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Thomasville, GA – Injuries in Tractor-Trailer Collision on GA-111

Last updated Friday, February 3rd, 2023

Thomasville, GA (February 2, 2023) – On Thursday, February 2, a tractor-trailer collision with serious injuries took place on a highway in Thomasville. According to Georgia State Patrol officials, the accident happened on GA-111 around the area of Highway 19. Police confirmed that a tractor-trailer was traveling west on the highway when it crossed over the highway at the intersection, causing it to collide with a second fully-loaded semi-truck.

Both vehicles sustained severe damages in the collision, with one losing almost the entire front end as a result. Several Thomasville responders, including paramedics and fire crews, were dispatched to the scene to help those in need. The driver of the first tractor-trailer was critically injured and rushed to the hospital.

The second driver sustained less serious injuries but was also hospitalized. Their condition is not yet known. Due to the severity of the accident, a large portion of the road was blocked in the area until police cleared the scene.

The investigation into the circumstances of the collision continues. Police will update with new information as it becomes available.

We offer our warmest sympathies to those injured in this accident with hopes of a full recovery.

Truck Accidents in Georgia 

2/2 Thomasville, GA – Injuries in Tractor-Trailer Collision on GA-111Tractor-trailers are some of the largest vehicles on our roads in Georgia, weighing as much as 80,000 pounds or more. This means that a truck accident could lead to severe damages and injuries if it happened, turning lives upside-down in the blink of an eye.

In just one recent year’s time in the U.S., approximately 119,000 people were seriously injured in truck accidents caused by others. Though truck drivers are supposed to be some of the safest drivers on our roads, these accidents still occur every year. Being hurt in a truck accident can affect your life in many ways, which is why you should seek legal help after you have been hurt in a collision.

Many people feel helpless and alone, as well as angry after a truck accident. If you have been hurt in a truck-related collision, it is important that you immediately speak with a Thomasville truck accident attorney. Truck accident claims can be incredibly complex, and there could be many parties at fault in these collisions, such as the following:

  • Truck drivers
  • Trucking companies
  • Manufacturers of truck parts
  • Cargo loaders

If your life has been affected by a serious truck accident and you wonder where you can turn, you should speak with a Thomasville personal injury lawyer immediately. At Monge & Associates, our dedicated attorneys are here to help you and your family after you have sustained harm in a truck crash in Georgia. Being hurt in one of these accidents is already devastating, but you may also be faced with many bills that you cannot handle on your own.

On top of this, big-name insurance companies tend to handle truck accidents, which can leave you in a complex position. You have options and should never face a truck accident entirely on your own. Please contact a truck accident attorney in Thomasville at (888) 688-1924 for more information on your available options.

Note: Our writers used secondary sources when creating this accident news post. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this accident; therefore, if there is any information that is incorrect, contact Monge & Associates immediately. We will correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available.  We will remove a post if requested. 

Disclaimer: This post is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post is intended to be medical or legal advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at the accident scene described in this post.

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