Georgia Auto Accident Injury Compensation Lawyers
Start Down the Road to Recovery
Have you suffered a serious injury in an auto accident? You shouldn't be left to pick up the pieces alone after being injured due to the carelessness of others. To get the full and fair compensation you need to mount a full recovery, you need a dedicated and caring attorney looking out for your interests.
We have been helping people get results for over 35 years. After a serious accident, we believe that your energy is better focused on recovering from your injuries than arguing with shifty insurance agents. While you are healing, we will be battling the insurance companies who care more about their bottom line than their insureds.
Ultimately, our goal is to do everything we can to make sure that you are compensated for the harm that was done to you. If that means going to court, then you can rest assured knowing that we are experienced trial attorneys with a track record of successful results.
Get the compensation you deserve. Contact our firm today to discuss your injuries.
Serious Injuries Deserve Serious Compensation
If you have been injured in an auto accident, you deserve the full amount of compensation you are allowed under the law. Our firm helps the victims of many serious injuries, including:
Under Georgia law, your car insurance policy should entitle you to compensation even if you do not know who hit you or the motorist responsible for the accident lacks insurance. Regardless of who hit you, you may be able to recover your medical expenses, lost earnings, pain and suffering.
You Do Not Have Time to Waste
As you are reading this, an insurance company is probably already investigating the circumstances of the auto accident and looking for ways to avoid paying you what you deserve. You need an attorney on your side who is ready to fight back against the insurance companies and secure the compensation you deserve.
Call 1-877-938-2300 now to speak to a skilled lawyer experienced in handling car crashes and other auto accidents.
Mia Frieder was the contributing attorney to this content.