Why and When to Hire an Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney

At Metro Atlanta Law Group, our personal injury attorneys strive to provide sound counsel to our injured clients, helping them receive the fair compensation they deserve.

A serious accident can have far-reaching ramifications that result in life-altering consequences. When Atlanta residents are injured because of the negligent actions of another party, we are here to help.

When a serious accident occurs, injured victims should contact us right away to schedule a consultation appointment. We will fight for you every step of the way, ensuring you get the compensation you are entitled to receive.

Why Do Injured Victims Choose Our Law Firm?

You have many choices for law firms in the Atlanta area, but none offers the same level of dedication as the Metro Atlanta Law Group. We bring many years of experience to the table and offer strong negotiation skills that lead to favorable outcomes for our clients.

Although we have the experience, skills, and resources of sizable law firms, our focus is on personal attention and advocacy. We have helped many injured victims in the Atlanta area, and we are here for you every step of the way.

You will find our attorneys will not back down when presented with high-profile cases, even against massive and powerful corporations. Our end goal is to ensure you receive the fair outcome your injuries deserve. We will not stop the fight until justice is served.

We Handle Personal Injury Cases

Personal injuries are injuries that happen to the body, mind, emotions, or reputation. In most cases, personal injury refers to a lawsuit brought to court by a victim harmed by another party’s negligent or intentional acts.

Call us right away if you need legal assistance with your case. At Metro Atlanta Law Group, we handle a full array of personal injury cases, including the following.

  • Vehicular Accidents
  • Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Product Liability
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Premises Liability
  • Mass Disaster
  • Wrongful Death

With a specialized focus on personal injury, we have tailored our services to meet the needs of injured victims in Atlanta and surrounding areas. Our expertise has allowed us to develop a respected reputation.

With our experience, we offer our clients a unique perspective on their cases and help them form a solid case foundation that will stand firm in court and hold the at-fault party responsible.

PERSONAL INJURY HELP

  • Alpharetta
  • Cumberland
  • Gwinnett Place/Sugarloaf
  • Hatsfield-Jackson
  • Johns Creek
  • Marietta
  • Roswell
  • Smyrna
  • South Fulton
  • Stonecrest
  • Perimeter Center

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What Should You Know About Atlanta Personal Injury Cases?

Just like all states, Georgia has its own laws regarding personal injury claims. One of the first things you need to know about is the statute of limitations. This is the time you have to file a lawsuit.

In the state of Georgia, injured individuals have two years from the date of their accident to file a lawsuit. You must contact us right away to schedule an appointment. Do not wait until the time limit has passed.

The following offers insight into some of the personal injury claims we handle at the Metro Atlanta Law Group.

Car Accidents

If you are injured in a car accident in Atlanta, you should know Georgia’s modified comparative fault rule. This rule only allows accident victims to recover money for their injuries if they are less responsible for the accident than the other party.

You have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit and four years to file a lawsuit to recoup vehicular damage. Even if you are partially at fault for the accident, contact us right away. You may be able to recover your monetary losses.

Wrongful Death

Did your loved one die because of the negligence or intentional act of another person? If so, you could be entitled to compensation. Similar to other personal injury claims, you must file a lawsuit within two years of the date of the death.

A surviving spouse is typically the one to file. If there is no surviving spouse, the surviving children have the right to file a lawsuit. There are two parts to compensation, including tangible and non-tangible.

Tangible includes the wages the deceased would have earned in their lifetime. Non-tangible includes the deceased’s relationships. We will fight to help you win a fair outcome.

Medical Negligence

A medical professional, such as a doctor or nurse, must protect their patients. When mistakes happen, and medical professionals are negligent, injuries occur. If you have suffered from medical negligence, call us right away.

You have two years from the date of the incident to file a claim. The statute of repose states no medical negligence case can be brought before the courts after five years. This is important for cases where the injury does not manifest right away.

Understanding the Role of Our Personal Injury Attorneys

At the Metro Atlanta Law Group, we are committed to helping injured victims receive the fair compensation they are owed. We hold the at-fault parties and their insurance companies responsible and never back down from a challenge.

The personal injury laws in Georgia can be difficult to understand. You must realize the insurance company is not on your side. They are working to protect their bottom line.

Allow our attorneys to help you accurately calculate the true value of your claim. Often, personal injury cases are settled outside of court. If a lawsuit becomes necessary, we will fight for you every step of the way.

Call the Metro Atlanta Law Group right away to schedule a consultation appointment. We offer contingency arrangements, which means you will not owe attorney’s fees unless we win your case.

You have nothing to lose. Call us today so we can meet with you and go over your options for legal recourse. We will handle all steps involved and fight for your best interests.