Atlanta, Georgia has some of the most dangerous interstate highways in the United States. More fatalities per miles traveled occurred on the I-285 than on any other interstate nationwide during 2013. Given the fact that the NHTSA estimates almost 4,000 people died in accidents involving large trucks in 2014, we can safely assume that a significant portion of those individuals died on Georgia highways close to home.
Truck accidents are deadly—there’s no doubting this fact. The massive amount of force and weight commercial big rigs and 18-wheelers carry behind them almost ensures that any type of accident involving a large truck will result in serious injuries if not death.