Nashville truck accident attorney George R. Fusner, Jr. is the right choice for representation in Middle Tennessee. These types of accidents are most serious when a tractor-trailer collides with a smaller vehicle. There are specific laws that protect the public against these accidents. When you need an expert, we are your premier choice in the area.
Trucking accidents by nature have a worse outcome than most other types of wrecks. A large truck can weigh as much as 20 to 30 times more than a passenger vehicle, which is one reason these crashes are so devastating. Large truck accidents have been known to cause brain or spinal injury, burns, broken bones, paralysis, injuries to children and wrongful death. Depending on the cause of your tractor-trailer wreck, you may be able to hold the trucking company, manufacturer and/or driver responsible.
Truck Accidents & Insurance Companies
The trucking company and their insurance company probably already have an attorney and investigators working on their case. We can do the same for you before evidence is lost or, at worst, destroyed. We understand this time immediately after a truck wreck can be overwhelming. That is why we will personally handle every aspect of your case while you focus on getting better, spending time with your family and getting back to work.
In Middle Tennessee or Brentwood, Nashville truck accident attorney George R. Fusner, Jr. is a lawyer who will coach you throughout the legal process. For a free legal consultation, call our offices today.
Contact the Law Office of George R. Fusner, Jr. at 800-427-8960 or 615-251-0005 for a free legal consultation regarding your Middle Tennessee truck accident case.
Thousands of people die every year in truck accidents across the country. This problem is so serious that studies have been conducted to identify the causes of these tragic accidents. Researchers involved in the Large Crash Causation Study by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), identified the top ten associated factors of truck accidents, which are as follows:
- Brake problems
- Prescription drug use
- Traffic interruption
- Traveling too fast for conditions
- Roadway unfamiliarity
- Road problems
- Required traffic stop
- Over-the-counter drug use
- Inadequate surveillance
- Driver fatigue
Large truck accidents in Nashville and throughout Tennessee have been known to cause serious injuries, such as brain injury, burns, spinal cord injury, bone fractures, broken bones, paralysis, injuries to children and wrongful death. Depending on the cause of your tractor-trailer wreck, you may be able to hold the trucking company, manufacturer and/or driver responsible. These cases are complex and you should be represented by someone who understands federal and state laws regarding truck accidents and knows how to investigate these crashes.
Attorney George Fusner not only has extensive experience representing victims of truck accident cases, he also has a reputation of doing what he says he is going to do. As his client, you can feel confident knowing that he is going to give it to you straight and treat you right. Many of the large firms that aggressively advertise on TV and in the Yellow Pages will not give you personalized attention, but Mr. Fusner will.
Mr. Fusner regularly makes house calls and will come to visit you in your hometown. Contact the Law Office of George R. Fusner, Jr. at 800-427-8960 or 615-251-0005 today.
Our law firm represents truck wreck and tractor-trailer accident cases that occurred on I-65, I-40, I-24, I-440, I-840 and in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Dickson, Ashland City, Hendersonville, Goodlettsville, Gallatin, Millersville, White House, Portland, Springfield, Pleasant View, Pegram, Fairview, Hurricane Mills, Spring Hill, Thompson Station, Columbia, Murfreesboro, Nolensville, Gordonsville, Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, Erin, Centerville, Hohenwald, Manchester, Pulaski, Elkton, Decaturville, Waynesboro, Green Hills, Bellevue, Bellemeade, Oak Hill, Berry Hill, Forrest Hills, Antioch, Donelson, Hermitage, Madison, Briley Parkway, Ridgetop, Kingston Springs and throughout Middle Tennessee.