Commercial Truck Accidents and Semi Truck Accidents
Drunk Truck Drivers Must Be Made Accountable for Drunk Driving Accidents
It is illegal to drive a commercial vehicle in Georgia with a blood alcohol content (BAC) over .04. The holder of a commercial must place the highest emphasis on sobriety and highway safety to avoid any truck accidents.
Drunk truck drivers behind the wheel jeopardizing the lives and welfare of all others on the road. Such drivers must be made accountable. Besides the driver, the trucking company can also be liable if it failed to perform required background checks and drug tests. Trucking companies must put safety first.
From our offices in Athens, GA we represent truck accident victims throughout Georgia. We have the expertise and skills required to get you the compensation you deserve. We have the resources to conduct a thorough, independent investigation to identify all related issues and sources of compensation. Not just the truck driver and the trucking company but even the bar or restaurant that served the drunk driver can be made liable.
If you have been injured in a truck accident, contact us for a free initial consultation. We will review your case and let you know if you are entitled to compensation. Call 1-800-569-1937.