As I’ve written about before, trucking collisions often cause the most serious injuries and can result in multiple fatalities if the impact is severe enough. Unfortunately, the impact of a 75,000 lb. truck is almost always devastating. Trucking cases are a large part of my practice and I hate to see when negligent drivers cause wrecks like this.
Two women were killed and four people were hurt in a major tractor-trailer collision in Douglas County Georgia on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The tractor-trailer involved struck the driver’s side of a Nissan Sentra, hurdling both vehicles into the southbound land of I-20. The truck pushed the Nissan into two additional vehicles. The driver and the passenger in the Nissan were killed.
The tractor-trailer driver was not injured. Witnesses to the wreck claim that the tractor-trailer ran a red light and that’s what caused the collision. A link to the story can be found here.
These types of cases are complex but Glass & Robson handles them and has a great track record of success. In 2010, Robert was involved in a trucking case where several family members were killed in a violent tractor-trailer collision in Pennsylvania. Our firm has the resources necessary to get you or your family back on track after a trucking wreck.