In-depth investigations are paramount in building strong cases for our clients suffering serious injuries or losing a loved one in a truck accident. Trucking companies enjoy the resources of insurance providers who move quickly to get to the scene of a collision. The Georgia semitruck accident attorneys at Westmoreland, Patterson, Moseley & Hinson, L.L.P., boast equal experience, skills and resources to level the playing field for our clients victimized by negligence.
What Does The Box Data Show About Your Accident?
While black boxes are mostly associated with airplanes, commercial trucks also contain a similar device. Newer trucks contain additional technology to monitor driver fatigue, prevent rollovers, and note proximity to vehicles ahead of the truck or in a blind spot. The job of the black box is to store the following data related to driver performance:
- Speed control
- Engine RPMs
- Engagement of the clutch
- Following distance
- Sudden and hard brake applications
- Hours traveled that may exceed regulations
- Maintenance issues and problems
- Tire pressure
Using Our Experience On Your Behalf
A preservation of evidence letter to the trucking company is the first step in securing black box data and other necessary information. While securing the truck black box data is important, it represents a portion of our evidence gathering. Together, our attorneys at Westmoreland, Patterson, Moseley & Hinson, L.L.P., boast over 200 years of experience. Their skills and legal knowledge are combined with a team of experts, including accident reconstructionists, engineers and other respected industry professionals.
Our lawyers also represent family members in wrongful death claims when a loved one and primary wage earner died due to the negligence of truck drivers and the companies that employ them.
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Call our law firm to arrange a free initial consultation about your circumstances. Or, if you prefer, complete the online form. From offices in Macon, Albany and Warner Robins, we help clients statewide in Georgia and across the Southeast. You will owe no fees unless we recover compensation for you.