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Car Accidents

Were you injured in an auto accident?

There are all different kinds of car accidents. Some are very minor and do not incur much damage to those involved. Others are major and can cause severe injury or even death to those involved. If you or a loved one has been involved in an auto accident that has resulted in personal injuries, it is important to discuss your situation with an attorney as soon as possible. If you were the victim of an auto accident, you are entitled to compensation for the medical bills, pain, suffering and even future medical procedures.

Our firm can help you prove that the other person is at fault through a detailed look at the case. In the event of negligence on the part of the other individual, our firm can help show that the driver was at blame for driving and driving, reckless driving and all around distracted driving. If you or a loved one has suffered injury in a car accident, call us for a consultation at (404) 759-0372.

Motor Vehicle Cases We Handle

ATV Accidents
ATVs or “all-terrain vehicles” are commonly used for recreation and by nature are equipped with low-pressure tires and typically 4 wheels. Most ATVs are intended to be ridden by one operator. Unfortunately, recreation can sometimes lead to an accident.

Bicycle & Pedestrian Accidents
Many bicycle and pedestrian accidents are caused by the negligence of passenger vehicle drivers, although there are a variety of different causes. These accidents often result in catastrophic injuries.

Bus Accidents
Depending on the type of bus, these types of accident claims can be filed against the city or private bus operator. Injuries can be incurred while riding on a bus, traveling in a vehicle or as a pedestrian.

Distracted Driving
Three types of distracted driving are recognized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA): visual, manual and cognitive. By far, the most common kind of distracted driving that results in avoidable accidents is cell phone use while driving.

Drunk Driving Accidents
It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 percent or higher. Having alcohol in your system impairs the ability to operate a vehicle safely. This leads to thousands of injuries and deaths each year.

Hit & Run Accidents
Some of the most tragic types of accidents involve the driver leaving the scene. By law, individuals are required to stay at the scene and exchange information until law enforcement and ambulances can arrive (if necessary).

Uninsured / UIM Motorists
Uninsured and underinsured (UM/UIM) motorist claims apply to those individuals who were involved in an accident with a driver who was either uninsured or underinsured. In some cases, the UM/UIM clause applies to those who were involved in hit-and-run accidents.

Rollover Accident
This is among one of the more serious types of motor vehicle collisions. If a car is hit at just the right angle, it can go into a spin and roll over.

Vehicle Fires
In some car accidents, the vehicle is damaged in such a way that it combusts. If you were injured in a vehicle fire, it is likely that you are suffering from burn injuries.

If you or a loved one has suffered injury in a car accident, call us for a consultation at (404) 759-0372.