Injured in a Car Accident in Georgia?

The Definitive Guide to Protecting Your Rights

The Accident:

Were you in a car-on-car collision in Georgia within the last six months?

Your Injury:

Did you need medical help for serious injuries within two weeks of the accident?

The Damage:

Did damage to your vehicle exceed $2,000?

If you answered YES to all the above AND YOU WERE NOT TICKETED at the scene of the accident:

GET LEGAL SUPPORT

Georgia Car Accidents: Facts at a Glance

Liability

Georgia is a Third-Party Liability State, not a no-fault state

Statute of Limitations

Per the Georgia statute of limitations, legal actions for injuries should be brought within two years after the accident.

Who’s at Fault?

It can be tough to answer. In Georgia, comparative fault is a legal standard used to determine who caused the accident. Sometimes more than one driver is partly at-fault. Even if you are partly at fault, you may still be entitled to seek compensation for damages.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

In 2019, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation, 1,507 people died on Georgia’s roads. Unsafe driving, such as impairment, speed or distraction, caused seventy-six (76) percent of fatalities in crashes.

Client’s Rights

Great attorneys respect your rights, are loyal to your case and treat you with professionalism. Most important, they tell you the truth about your case and what compensation you may be able to receive.

How the Best Attorneys Help

Top lawyers provide a free consultation to understand your case, explain the options, determine your goals and follow up with case updates. They only get paid if you win.

CAR ACCIDENT IN GEORGIA TO DO LIST

Verdicts

We work only with lawyers with strong track records of recovering millions of dollars for their clients.

Rights

In Georgia, if you’re injured in a car accident, the other driver and his insurance may be held liable. The right lawyer can help you seek compensation for injuries and damages.

Injuries

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, get medical help as soon as possible. Common injuries include broken bones, soft tissue damage, burns, cuts and spinal cord and brain trauma.

Build a Claim

Check for injuries first, but then gather evidence, engage with the police, complete a police report, call your insurer, evaluate who’s at fault, and consider seeking legal help.

The Accident:

Were you in a car-on-car collision in Georgia within the last six months?

Your Injury:

Did you need medical help for serious injuries within two weeks of the accident?

The Damage:

Did damage to your vehicle exceed $2,000?

If you answered YES to all the above AND YOU WERE NOT TICKETED at the scene of the accident:

GET LEGAL SUPPORT