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Midtown Atlanta, Georgia Truck Accident

Midtown Atlanta, Georgia Truck Accident

Major thoroughfares including Georgia State Route 400 and Interstates 75 and 85 that line the western edge of Midtown Atlanta, have been key in accessibility to this business and cultural hub. The Downtown Connector freeway is a vital part of the transportation that brings metro Atlanta together. After the famed One Atlantic Center was built in Midtown Atlanta at the corner of West Peachtree and 14th Streets, the commercial development in Midtown Atlanta really took off, as did the truck traffic in the area. All these components contribute to a great business climate in Midtown Atlanta, which also has resulted in larger vehicles traversing the roadways.

Unfortunately, what goes along with state highway, interstate and metro street traffic in the Midtown Atlanta area are large trucks and tractor-trailers that can end up in a Midtown Atlanta truck accident with other trucks or smaller vehicles. In Midtown Atlanta truck accident, not only can truck drivers be seriously or fatally injured, but others on these roads can also be seriously or fatally injured.

A Midtown Atlanta truck accident is often the result of driver negligence, motor carrier negligence or problems with the operation of the tractor-trailer or truck that result in its inability to be properly stopped or controlled. These issues may be caused by the failure of a motor carrier to properly repair or maintain a truck traveling on Midtown Atlanta roads and highways, before it is involved in a Midtown Atlanta truck accident.

To determine whether the driver or carrier is at fault after a Midtown Atlanta truck accident it is critical to get expert guidance. If you are injured in a Midtown Atlanta truck accident, contacting attorney Charles Scholle is the best way to protect your legal rights and to secure the medical support needed after a major accident. He will evaluate your Midtown Atlanta truck accident and will advise you as to whether it is possible that others are responsible for your injuries.

Atlanta residents are proud of their neighborhoods and Midtown Atlanta is no exception. As a resident of the Atlanta area, Charles Scholle is proud to serve the area as a compassionate and skilled lawyer who helps those who are not in a position to help themselves, manage the legal system and hold those responsible for a Midtown Atlanta truck accident accountable for the injuries or death that can result.

Scholle Law have been dedicated to the recovery and support of Midtown Atlanta truck accident victims for two decades. Attorney Scholle has helped hundreds of injury victims, including those involved in Midtown Atlanta truck collisions with large trucks and tractor-trailers. Often injuries in a truck accident are very serious and it takes victims time to recover both physically and mentally. This recovery is helped by the support of family and friends. It also is vital to retain skilled legal counsel and a lawyer who can build and present the best case possible after your Midtown Atlanta truck accident so that you can move on in your life.

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