An Atlanta trucking accident can put you or one of your loved ones at risk for a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a dangerous type of head injury that can have long-lasting impacts on the victim’s quality of life. If you or someone you care about has been injured and you suspect a TBI may have been sustained, seek assistance from an Atlanta auto wreck attorney who has handled truck driving accidents and their resultant personal injury actions before. 

It’s vital that you speak with an attorney who has handled claims surrounding truck driving accidents and understands the impact of a brain injury. Brain tissue injuries are complex, and a deep and intimate knowledge of the intricacies of TBI effects and treatments can augment the likelihood that your case will be handled favorably by a judge or jury. 

Before you choose an attorney, take advantage of the free consultation that many personal injury lawyers offer and ask if the lawyer has handled Atlanta trucking accident cases and brain injury cases before; if so, ask how many and what the outcomes were. You want to choose the lawyer whose skill set is the best possible match for the specifications of your case, so don’t be afraid to inquire about an attorney’s background, caseload, and credentials. 

Providing the Legal Help You Need after Georgia Truck Driving Accidents

To learn more about the rights of accident victims and what you can do to protect your case, request one of Shane Smith’s books: 10 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Georgia Wreck Case and Property Damage Guide for Georgia. These books provide valuable tips from an experienced Atlanta trucking accident lawyer and facts for Georgia injury victims and are available free of charge to Georgia accident victims and their families. Contact our offices at 1-770-HURT-999 (1-770-487-8999). 
Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia
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