Aggressive Representation For Atlanta Area Clients With Truck Wreck Injuries
A collision with an 18-wheeler or any large commercial vehicle often leaves occupants of passenger vehicles catastrophically injured or deceased. A prompt legal response is essential for individuals and families who are left to pick up the pieces and move forward.
You or your spouse or child may have just received a diagnosis of paraplegia or quadriplegia after a car-truck crash. With your world now upside down, you need the best-available medical care, rehabilitation and legal counsel. Buck Rogers Law is a recognized source of advocacy for the seriously injured in the Atlanta area. Our lead attorney, Buck Rogers, has recovered million-dollar-plus verdicts and settlements for numerous people deserving of respect, care and compensation.
An Attorney And Law Firm In Demand For Representation In High-End Truck Accident Cases
Attorney Rogers’ authority and proficiency in truck accident investigations and representation run deep. With his own commercial driver’s license (CDL), he knows this practice area inside and out as both a member of the trucking community and an experienced personal injury attorney. Clients rely on his skilled advocacy after suffering injuries and losses in truck wrecks:
- In the Atlanta area
- In and around other Georgia communities, such as Commerce on Interstate 85 North (I-85N), that are connected to Atlanta by major interstates
Buck Rogers Law receives inquiries regularly from injured people, family members of injured people and other lawyers who need guidance for high-dollar and catastrophic injury truck accident cases.
Was It Really An Accident?
The most important stage of a truck accident case is the investigation phase. Through detailed research, attorney Rogers and our investigative team often discover that a truck wreck was no accident. Rather, it was the direct result of negligence, such as:
- A truck driver’s fatigue due to long hours of driving and not enough sleep
- A truck driver’s drugged, drunken or distracted condition
- A truck’s mechanical defects that inspections should have discovered
- Defective truck components, such as tires, brakes, lights and trailer hitches or couplings
- Imbalanced, improperly loaded cargo
Truck accidents in the region often involve long-distant truckers from out of state. Thanks to attorney Rogers’ noteworthy results for truck accident victims in recent years, he has earned an impressive reputation among insurers, courts and law firms near and far.