Truck Accident Injuries
Information from Proven Marietta Truck Accident Lawyers
When it comes to common traffic accidents, not every injury is cause for
serious alarm. Injuries like whiplash or a broken bone can certainly be
frightening and call for compensation, but in many cases, victims make
a good or even complete recovery. However, when it comes to collisions
involving commercial trucks, the risks of serious, life-altering injuries
are much higher.
If you or a loved one has been hurt in a commercial truck accident, then
the legal team at
Jones & Swanson is ready to hear from you. Our experienced Marietta truck accident attorneys
are well-acquainted with the devastating effects of these accidents and
have recovered millions of dollars in relief for victims and their families.
Start exploring your legal options with our proven and dedicated team of
Call us at (770) 884-6652 today.
Catastrophic Truck Accident Injuries
Generally speaking, any injury that can occur in a car accident can also
occur in a truck accident, as well. The difference is, in a truck accident,
there is much greater potential for more serious, catastrophic injuries
and even death.
Injuries that can occur in truck accidents include:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Serious burn injuries
- Serious broken bone injuries
- Toxic exposure injuries (due to spilled cargo)
Many of these injuries are catastrophic and victims can have difficulty
fully recovering from them. In these cases, experienced counsel is needed
not only to pursue compensation for the immediate needs of the victims
but relief they and their families will need due to ongoing care, a diminished
capacity to work, and other long-term costs. Our team at Jones & Swanson
knows how to bring that kind of diligence to these serious cases and ensure
that they recover to the fullest extent allowed under the law.
Trucking accidents require intense investigation right from the start.
Take the first step in recovering the compensation you deserve for your
truck accident injuries now. Use our online form today to request a
free case evaluation.