Truck Accidents

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What are Truck Accident Lawyers?

An abstract of title lists and records ownership history for a particular piece of real land. Typically, it will contain documentation and details pertaining to at least the last 50 years of land ownership. A property’s restrictions or claims, such as easements, loans, mortgages, liens, real property taxes, and more, will also be listed in an abstract.

When you buy a property, you must have a full abstract in order to purchase title insurance. Nevertheless, depending on what the buyer or seller requires, many buyers and sellers will just complete a “limited certificate of title,” which covers a duration of less than 50 years. Before they will lend money or carry out any work on a property, lenders or developers will occasionally need this paperwork.


What Causes Most Truck Accidents?

The primary cause of truck accidents is often the negligent or reckless behavior of truck drivers or other drivers on the road. Common causes of truck accidents include: 

  • Blown Out Tires
  • Fatigue
  • Overloading
  • Blind Spots
  • Equipment Failures
  • Improper Training
  • Improper Turning

A semi-truck or tractor-trailer that is not loaded properly can be dangerous as the extra weight can cause it to lose balance and become difficult to control. This can make it harder for the truck driver to stop or make turns, increasing the risk of rollovers. 

Additionally, the use of drugs or alcohol, speeding, tailgating, failure to yield, and illegal lane changes can also contribute to truck accidents. Regardless of the cause, the consequences of a truck accident can be severe, resulting in catastrophic injuries like spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, or even death.

Contact the Truck Accident Attorneys at The Brown Firm Today

The truck attorneys at The Brown Firm have a wealth of experience handling truck accident claims. We understand that the aftermath of a truck accident can be a challenging and stressful time for victims. That’s why we offer free consultations to those involved in trucking accidents in Georgia and South Carolina trucking accidents. Contact us today at 800-529-1441 for a free consultation, and let us help you through this difficult time.

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