Driver Fatigue Truck Accident Lawyer Decatur, GA
If you’ve been injured in a truck accident, it is time to connect with a driver fatigue truck accident lawyer Decatur, GA residents trust. Both the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have conducted extensive studies regarding the causation of truck accidents in the U.S. These government agencies analyze crash data regularly, in order to better determine both what causes these collisions to occur and what can be done to prevent additional crashes from occurring in the future. According to federal data provided by these agencies, it is estimated that more than one out of every 10 injurious truck accidents that occurs in the U.S. is associated with driver fatigue. This is perhaps unsurprising, given that Americans regularly push themselves to work hard and play hard, which is an approach to life and work that tends to result in the sacrifice of healthy rest periods. Additionally, the trucking industry is notorious for pushing its drivers to operate their vehicles while fatigued in order to better serve the bottom line of the trucking companies themselves.
As this data and these trends clearly illustrate, if you have recently been injured in an accident involving a drowsy truck driver or a drowsy motorist, you certainly aren’t alone. If you are unsure of whether fatigue played a role in your recent injurious accident involving a large commercial truck, the experienced Georgia legal team at the law offices of The Law Offices Of Andrew Lynch can help you to uncover the truth regarding the circumstances surrounding your accident. Unfortunately, chances are good that fatigue did factor into your accident’s occurrence to some degree or another.
Preparing a Successful Fatigue-Related Truck Accident Injury Case
If fatigue played a role in the causation of your recent collision, our firm’s Decatur truck wreck lawyer and support staff will thoroughly investigate whether that fatigue was, in any way, the result of trucking employment practices. If so, you may be in a position to sue the trucking company that employs a truck operator involved in your crash in addition to the truck operator individually. We will also not take any other factor in play for granted. Meaning, you may be in a position to sue a manufacturer of a defective auto part that contributed to the crash, the government agency tasked with maintaining the road you crashed on, and/or anyone else whose negligence, recklessness, and/or intentional conduct may have contributed to the cause of your injuries. We will do everything we can to hold those responsible for your accident accountable for the harm you’ve suffered.
Legal Assistance Is Available
If you have not yet scheduled a consultation with our experienced legal team, please do so now. Once we learn about your circumstances, we can advise you regarding your rights as an accident victim and your options for legal recourse. Even if you’re unsure of whether the other vehicle operator(s) involved in your accident was drowsy at the time of your collision, please connect with our driver fatigue truck accident lawyer to learn more; we look forward to speaking with you.