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Evidence in a Truck Accident Claim, According to an Atlanta Truck Accident Attorney

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If you were involved in a truck accident, you’ve likely had to pay steep vehicle repair bills, endure costly medical treatments and spend time away from work. You shouldn’t have to pay for someone else’s mistake. Consider filing a claim against the negligent driver or their employer; it could help you to recoup some or all of the costs you have incurred. Enlist the help of an experienced Atlanta truck accident attorney to ensure your case’s utmost success. 

An Attorney will help you prepare your case and gather evidence, including: 

  • The Driver’s Qualification File – This file contains background information on the driver in question, including licenses, training, test results and more. It can help prove the driver or his employer was negligent.
  • Witness statements – These can help corroborate your account of the accident, giving weight to your story and helping to show the level of fault the other driver holds.
  • Photos of the accident – Pictures of your injury or the accident can be extremely helpful in a truck accident claim. They provide details of the case or depict the severity of the accident or injury.
  • Expert testimony – Whether it’s a doctor describing the severity and after effects of your injuries or an accident reconstruction expert detailing exactly how a collision happened, testimony from an industry expert can be greatly helpful in a truck accident claim. 

Learn more about truck accident claim evidence, including the Driver’s Qualification File and Annual Certificate of Violations, by contacting an experienced Atlanta car accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Shane Smith today. Call 770-487-8999, 770-HURT-999 or 404-513-5415 now.

Category: Truck Accidents

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia

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