Atlanta Car Accident Attorney
Injured? Call Warshauer Law Group.
According the Georgia Department of Transportation’s Crash Analysis, Statistics, and Information Notebook, more than 130,000 people are injured in Georgia vehicle accidents every year. This adds up to more than 1,720 accidents in Georgia every day. In such tragic cases, our car accident attorneys can file a wrongful death lawsuit on the family’s behalf. While no amount of monetary compensation can make up for the loss of a loved one, the family should not suffer financially as well as emotionally.
Since 1996, our team of practiced attorneys have won tens of millions on behalf of our clients. We will take that same diligence and dedication and put it to work on your case. We offer free case evaluations to help you get started and work on a contingency fees basis, meaning you don’t owe us anything unless we win on your behalf.
Learn more about our firm today! Call (404) 205-8889 to speak with an Atlanta car accident lawyer.
Common Causes of Car Accidents
The purpose of any automobile-related personal injury lawsuit is to seek compensation from the driver who caused either bodily harm to, or the wrongful death of, an innocent party. The objective is to return the injured victim to the position they would have been in if his or her catastrophic injury had never occurred.
Car accidents are commonly caused by the following:
- Distracted driving
- Drunk driving
- Fatigued driving
- Defective auto part
- Poor road conditions
Our trusted lawyers have consistently proven that they are able to establish liability and recover damages for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other demonstrable losses.
The Doctrine of Comparative Negligence in Georgia
In the state of Georgia, you may be eligible to collect compensation for injuries sustained in a car accident even if you were partially at fault. The doctrine of comparative negligence means that an injured party may recover damages in proportion to the fault of others, so long as those others are more than 50 percent responsible for the incident.
For example, if the injured party is proven to be 35 percent responsible for the accident, he or she is still entitled to recover 65 percent of the damages to which he or she would be entitled if the defendants were fully at fault. As noted above, Georgia law does not allow damages to be awarded to someone who is found to be 50 percent or more at fault for an accident.
Begin a Free Consult with a Seasoned Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer!
Rather than guessing as to the degree of your fault in an accident, however, we encourage you to contact our Atlanta car accident attorneys at the Warshauer Law Group for a thorough evaluation of your case at no cost to you! The experienced Atlanta car accident attorneys at our firm possess an extensive knowledge of the laws that can help build the strongest personal injury case possible on behalf of catastrophically injured car crash victims and/or their families. Whatever the circumstances of your case, our team will treat you with respect and compassion and work diligently to build on our history of successful settlements and verdicts.
Contact Warshauer Law Group today to learn more about your legal options!