Leading Gwinnett County and Walton County Commercial Vehicle Accident Lawyers
Serving Injured Workers Throughout Gwinnett County and Walton County, Georgia
Construction workers in Georgia work with some of the heaviest trucks and equipment every day on the job. If the machines aren't maintained properly or there is a defect in a design or manufacture of a critical component, a serious accident and injury or death can result.
Normally, construction workers injured on the job in Georgia are eligible to apply for state workers' compensation benefits. Many injured workers may not realize, however, that they may also seek additional compensation from the manufacturer of a defective construction truck or power equipment that caused their accident. A lawsuit against a negligent truck manufacturer, property owner, co-worker or subcontractor on site can increase the amount of money damages significantly over workers' compensation payments.
Free Consultation and No Attorneys' Fees if You Don't Recover Money Damages
We handle all truck accident injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency-fee basis. We cover the cost of investigating, preparing and settling or trying your case in court. You pay attorneys' fees only as a pre-arranged percentage of the amount you recover in a settlement or jury award. You will not pay attorneys' fees if we do not help you recover money damages.
Our lawyers handle all personal injury claims on a contingency-fee basis. There are no attorneys' fees unless you recover compensation in a settlement or jury award. You will work directly with one of our experienced attorneys to protect your interests in regard to your personal injury claim.
WE CAN HELP YOU! Contact our Lawrenceville law office at 770-604-1380.
If you were injured while driving a construction truck or any type of vehicle on the job in northeast Georgia, contact Daniels & Taylor, P.C., to schedule a free consultation to discuss the circumstances of your claim. Our knowledgeable construction accident attorneys will investigate whether your case merits a personal injury or wrongful death claim against third parties to ensure that you and your family are fully compensated for financial damages.
What Is a Third-Party Lawsuit?
Under Georgia workers' compensation rules, you cannot sue your employer for negligence if you are filing for workers' comp benefits. However, you are entitled to sue any other negligent party who may have contributed to the cause of your accident or the extent of your injuries. These types of claims are referred to as third-party lawsuits.
We represent construction workers and tradesmen in Gwinnett County and Walton County, Georgia, in personal injury lawsuits relating to:
- Truck and heavy construction equipment accidents
- On-duty vehicle accidents
- Machinery and power tool injuries
- Crane, hoist and conveyor accidents
- Scaffolding accidents
- Falls from roofs or other heights
- Falling objects or flying debris
- Fires, explosions or chemical exposures
- Electric shock injuries
- Back and neck injuries
- Other construction-related injuries
From our office in Lawrenceville, our lawyers represent clients in communities throughout Gwinnett County and Walton County, Georgia. Call us at 770-604-1380 or contact us by email to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced Lawrenceville heavy equipment accident attorneys today.