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Accident Lawyers in Atlanta, McAleer Law, Talk About Truck Driver Accidents on Icy Roads

The Atlanta attorneys discuss the dangers of driving on icy roads. In particular, they are addressing the problems many truck drivers are having and the number of accidents that are occurring this winter.
 
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    NORCROSS, GA, February 12, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Accident lawyers in Atlanta address the troubles of icy roads.

The Atlanta personal injury lawyers at McAleer Law would like to discuss the problems that icy roads pose to drivers. Every year, thousands of fatalities occur to due to accidents caused by driving in inclement weather. In particular, icy and slick roads tend to account for a vast majority of these misfortunes. Unfortunately, many times our jobs require us to travel even when the weather does not permit it. It should come as no surprise that truck drivers comprise a large number of those injured each year. Shows like Ice Road Truckers may illustrate the extreme conditions some drivers have to occur, but this does not mean Southern residents are safe.

According to Charles McAleer, the Founder of McAleer Law, "An Atlanta car accident caused by icy roads is a real problem, and more residents need to be aware of it. We have worked with many truckers that have been subject to these work-related injuries."

Smart Driving is Safe Driving

The number one rule when it comes to driving on a slick road is to slow down. It is commonsense, but too many drivers fail to do so. This is all the more true for Atlanta residents, especially truck drivers that frequently haul in areas where warm winters are common. The accident lawyers in Atlanta want to remind drivers that there are resources available if you sustain injuries while on the job. This area of workers' compensation law is particularly relevant for those individuals that drive for a living. If you have found yourself subject to an injury while on the road for your job, don't hesitate to contact these workers' compensation attorneys. Atlanta employers are required by law to purchase adequate insurance to cover the costs associated with work-related accidents.

The Atlanta accident lawyers at McAleer Law specialize in many areas of law. They have helped many people receive compensation for work-related accidents. To learn more about their services, please visit http://www.mcaleerlaw.com

About McAleer Law:
Based out of Decatur, Ga., McAleer Law provides legal services to people throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area. McAleer Law focuses on wrongful personal injuries relating to auto accidents, job sites, falls, and hospital and nursing home errors. Their attorneys help clients get the compensation they are owed.

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Allie Petit
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