Truck Accidents

Have you been injured in an accident involving a truck? Our Georgetown truck accident lawyers want to fight on your behalf for the compensation that you deserve.

In the United States, almost 500,000 accidents involving trucks occur each year, and more than 5,000 of them result in at least one death.

Snow & Woods, Attorneys at Law, LLC’s Georgetown lawyers have seen first-hand how overwhelming and difficult insurance companies can be when trying to recover the full compensation for your suffering from a truck accident. This is why we are passionate about fighting on behalf of our clients and ensuring that they receive the resources they need to recover from their accident fully.

We have represented truck accident victims across both North Carolina and South Carolina for over two decades, and we have recovered millions in compensation. Our professional mission is to ensure that no one has to fight for their legal rights alone. Click here to speak to our lawyers now for a confidential consultation.

Truck accidents are often devastating and cause life-changing injuries. These vehicles pose a very real risk to drivers and passengers as they typically weigh 10,000 pounds or more. The size, weight, and even the cargo that large trucks transport can cause crash severity to be much greater than your average automobile accident.

If you have been injured due to the negligence of a truck driver or their trucking company, you should contact Snow & Woods, Attorneys at Law, LLC at your earliest convenience for a free, no obligation discussion of your case. Remember — do not speak with any other representatives from the insurance company and do not make any statements of who you believe was at fault or what the extent of your injuries are.

Victims involved in large truck crashes often face devastating injuries. Some of the most common injuries caused by negligent truck drivers include:

  • Neck and spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Back injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Burns
  • Loss of limbs
  • Broken bones

As a victim, you may be able to seek compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, loss of future earnings, and other damages. If your family has suffered the loss of a loved one, you may be able to seek the loss of the deceased economic contributions and funeral expenses, as well as other damages.

When you choose the experienced Georgetown Truck Accident attorneys of Snow & Woods, Attorneys at Law, LLC to represent you and your family, we will ensure to exhaust all legal remedies available to you. We promise to fight tirelessly for you and your loved ones against the negligent party that is responsible for your pain and suffering.

Truck drivers are required to adhere to speed limits, refrain from driving under the influence, correctly load any cargo they are transporting, and take regular rest breaks. If they fail to do any of these things, among others, they can, and should, be held liable for any consequences that result from their negligent behavior. Accidents involving commercial trucks are often life-changing and result in devastating injuries or death.

Personal injury lawsuits involving truck accidents can become complex very quickly. It is often possible to name more than one legally responsible party in a lawsuit, for example, if the truck driver was acting within the scope of their professional duties when the accident took place, you can establish their employer’s indirect liability also.

Snow & Woods, Attorneys at Law, LLC uses over 40 years of combined experience working with personal injury victims throughout the state of North Carolina and South Carolina. We pride ourselves on ensuring that you and your loved ones can return to your normal life, safe in the knowledge that your case is being handled by a team of compassionate and knowledgeable professionals.

If you have been injured in a truck accident, it is vital that you speak to our experienced Georgetown personal injury attorneys immediately. We will work tirelessly for you — to hold whoever is responsible for your pain accountable.