On the Job Motor Vehicle Accidents

Job Motor Vehicle Accidents

There are literally thousands of workers in Georgia who are regularly on the road performing the duties of their employment. They include:

  • Police Officers
  • Emergency Medical Personnel
  • Firemen
  • Truck Drivers
  • Delivery Personnel
  • UPS Drivers
  • FedEx Drivers
  • Medical Transportation Drivers
  • Florists
  • And many others

When you get in a car accident while on the job, there are many complicated factors to consider. These accidents often result not only in workers’ compensation claims, but also third-party personal injury claims.

When your job requires you to do an excessive amount of driving, you naturally become more prone to hazards of the road. These could only have been avoided had you not been asked to drive during work hours or as a part of your job.

If you are a company driver injured in a wreck, you should know that you are still entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, even if the accident was determined to be your fault.

Filing a workers’ compensation claim after you have been physically harmed in any type of accident could greatly increase your chances of being fully compensated for the injury.

The attorneys at McAleer Law have tried and settled hundreds of cases and have won the full justice our clients deserve.

Client Testimonials
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"I went to Charles after I was hit in a car accident last year. He, and especially his paralegals, were very considerate and actually cared about me. They helped me BIG time..My settlement was way more than I could even imagine. They are great about keeping you in the loop and getting your case done fast." Lauren
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“Charles handled a personal injury suit that was primarily for symptoms that were not simple to demonstrate to the jury. Throughout the case Charles was professional and well prepared. We won an excellent settlement for this type of case.” Cindy
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“After my case was turned down by several firms, I asked Mr. McAleer to review my case. He did, and he thought he could win it. The insurance company did not offer me one dime, even at trial and after the jury was deliberating. The Gwinnett jury returned a verdict in my favor for $300,000. I was in tears. I will always be thankful to Mr. McAleer for believing in my case and in me.” R.S.