Alpharetta Truck Accident Attorney: Employer Negligence

Holding Trucking Companies Accountable in Alpharetta

Truck drivers are entrusted to drive large trucks with long trailers and heavy payloads at high speeds on the nation's highways. When a trucking company fails to hire qualified drivers and train and supervise them properly, great harm can result to others sharing the highway or street. If you have suffered personal injury or lost a loved one in a wrongful death caused by a trucking accident, a knowledgeable Alpharetta personal injury lawyer with our firm can aggressively fight for the compensation you deserve.

Our lead attorneys have more than 20 years combined experience, and we have recovered millions in settlements for our clients. Attorney Tony Kalka has a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and has been named among the National Trial Lawyers Top 40. Over the past several years, he and Attorney Bryan Baer have both been listed among Georgia Super Lawyers®Rising StarsSM, and our firm was listed in Georgia Trend's Legal Elite. You can rest assured that your case is in good hands with us.

Truck Accident Attorney in Alpharetta: Fighting for Your Interests

Employer negligence in trucking accidents can occur in several different ways. The employer could:

  • Fail to maintain the truck properly
  • Pressure the driver to the point of exhaustion or stress
  • Hire an unqualified driver
  • Fail to properly train a driver

After a trucking accident, it is important to contact us as soon as possible so that our knowledgeable Alpharetta personal injury attorney can secure the evidence and investigate the facts in your case. Large trucking companies have extensive resources with which to fight your claim. Our firm can even the odds and actively pursue the maximum compensation you are entitled to receive. Your initial consultation with us is free, and we do not charge any fees until we obtain a negotiated settlement or jury award for you. What do you have to lose?

Contact our firm for an aggressive advocate in your corner.