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A white triple-trailer semi truckJackknife accidents that involve large tractor-trailers are unfortunately all too common on Georgia roadways. Jackknife accidents on high-speed highways and roadways can lead to massive car pile-ups and significant injuries for everyone involved.

If you have been injured in a truck jackknife accident, you might be eligible to pursue monetary compensation for your injuries. The experienced Georgia truck accident lawyers at Slappey & Sadd, LLC understand the pain and inconvenience often associated with being the victim of a serious truck accident.

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A white triple-trailer semi truckThe NHTSA recently reported that fatal truck accidents are on the rise, seeing an increase of nine percent. This statistic is alarming for a number of reasons beyond the fact that commercial vehicles pose a greater risk of injury due to their increased size and weight. What is most troubling is that in many of these cases, the company that operates the vehicle valued its bottom line over the safety of other motorists. In this post, we’re going to review some of the challenges that are unique to commercial vehicle accidents.

What Caused The Accident?

In a private vehicle accident, usually only the other driver is to blame. With commercial vehicle accidents, however, there are a number of unique factors that may have caused your accident.

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