There are several parties who may be considered responsible for a Georgia trucking accident. Depending on the circumstances of the crash, the driver, the owner of the tractor, the owner of the trailer, the company identified on the trailer, the loading facility, the owner of the cargo, or the truck maintenance company may be held responsible. An Atlanta trucking accident attorney can help you determine who is responsible for your Georgia trucking accident injuries.
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