Tired Driver: Truck Accident Claims in Alpharetta

Personal Injury Representation in Truck Accident Cases

Drivers who are physically and mentally tired are a safety threat on the roadways. While it is understandable that long hours of driving can result in exhaustion, it is unacceptable for drivers to endanger others by continuing to drive if not well rested. If you or a loved one has been injured in a trucking accident involving a driver who had insufficient rest, you need the services of an experienced Alpharetta truck accident attorney – before you file a claim or attempt to deal with insurance companies.

Attorney Tony Kalka has a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and received the Avvo Client's Choice Award for 2012, 2013 and 2014. He has been named among the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 and among Georgia Super Lawyers®Rising StarsSM. We have over 20 years combined experience, and we have recovered millions in settlements for our clients. Our dedicated legal team will aggressively pursue the maximum compensation you are entitled to receive.

Alpharetta Truck Accident Attorney: Tired Driver Accidents

Tired truck drivers behind the wheel can pose an even greater threat than the typical driver because commercial trucks weigh tens of thousands of pounds more than cars. Despite regulations meant to prevent truck drivers from driving with insufficient rest, driver fatigue continues to contribute to a substantial percentage of all tractor-trailer crashes.

Our firm is committed to holding tired drivers and their employers accountable for personal injury suffered by our clients as a result of their negligence. Our legal team has an exceptional history of success. We do not charge any fees unless we obtain compensation from a negotiated settlement or jury award, and we offer a free initial consultation. You can rest assured that a seasoned Alpharetta truck accident lawyer with our firm has the skill and experience to obtain the best possible results for you.

Contact us for outstanding personal injury representation.