Automobile accidents, with devastating consequences, on Georgia’s highways are a sad fact due to high speeds, driver fatigue, and the volume of heavy traffic on I-20, 75/85, 285, and other major roads in the metro area. According to state records, Georgia State Patrol officers responded to, and investigated, 585 automobile accidents over the 2017 New Year’s holiday, 289 more investigations than the previous year. Already this year, 266 Georgians have been injured in traffic accidents, compared to 172 last year.
If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident and suffered serious personal injury or wrongful death, the expertise of our top-rated personal injury lawyers can help. We represent you, and only you.
You may be entitled to compensation from the uninsured motorists and under-insured motorist provisions in your automobile policy. As your counsel, it is our goal to identify all sources of compensation for your medical expenses, and work to make sure you get the compensation you to which you are legally entitled.
Under the laws of Georgia, it’s illegal to drive any motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Drunk driving liability applies not only to car accidents and truck crashes but also to accidents involving planes, golf carts, boats, buses, motorhomes, ATVs and construction equipment. When investigating an accident, our accident investigators and lawyers stay alert for evidence of drug or alcohol abuse. If we discover that you or a loved one were the victim of a drunk driver, our mission is to help you recover maximum compensation.
Our efforts in your service are thorough and comprehensive. For example, a dram shop claim is a lawsuit filed against a bar, restaurant or airline that was negligent when it served liquor. If you have been injured in an auto accident or you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another driver you may be entitled to compensation from more than just the driver.