Marietta Personal Injury Lawyers
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Why The Champion Firm?
Marietta’s Top-Rated Legal Team
The Champion Firm has built a reputation as a client-focused injury firm that obtains remarkable results for people that have suffered injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence. Nothing makes us feel better than helping make a real difference in the lives of our clients. Our Marietta personal injury lawyers fight to get you the best result.Learn More About The Champion Firm:
Results & Experience Matter
We’ve spent years getting Marietta injury victims the settlements they deserve. Our injury attorneys recognize that every case is the biggest case in each one of our client’s lives. That’s why we treat each one as our most important and every client like family. Our award-winning personal injury law firm is committed to providing the highest level of customer service every single day.
Champion In The News
The Champion Firm, P.C., a Metro Atlanta personal injury law firm, obtained a $17 million settlement in a lawsuit against the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).Learn more about this case
The Champion Firm is a full-service personal injury law office serving clients all over Metro Atlanta and Georgia.
Car accidents aren’t always clear cut. Even if it is clear the other driver was at-fault, insurance companies will try almost anything to pay less. Work with us to get the proof you need, demonstrate how the accident impacted your life, and show insurers that you mean business.
A truck collision is life-changing. It also escalates everything about your claim, from the insurance policies involved to the trucking company’s desire to reduce what they owe. Our attorneys have proven experience in these cases.
We trust doctors and medical professionals to care for us. When this trust is violated, it means facing powerful insurance companies with deep pockets. Our personal injury lawyers level the playing field, so no one stands in the way of your recovery.
You didn’t ask to get hurt on someone’s property. So why should you be responsible for the cost? Your pain is real, and so is your right to be made whole.
No amount of money can replace what you lost. But the financial effects of your loss are legitimate. A wrongful death claim provides peace of mind, a degree of closure, and lets families move forward. When you need us, we’re here to listen and help; however, we can.
What Sets Us Apart
1. You Are The Priority
Personal Injury is all we do - all the time. Our personal injury attorneys walk clients through every step with compassion and individualized attention.
2. We Explain the Process
Some firms overcomplicate things, but not The Champion Team. We’ll clearly and honestly explain your personal injury claim or lawsuit, so you’re comfortable with what we are doing.
3. You Won’t Wait On Us
In fact, we’ll come to you – your home, hospital room, or virtually via Zoom, Facetime or Video Chat. Whether it’s returning a call, answering a question, or just checking in, we’re always available.
4. Our Team Handles Everything
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Let us take on your stress by collecting the documents, negotiating with the insurance company, and fighting to give you room to heal.
5. We’ll get you the best possible result
Our team has a proven track record of getting clients exceptional outcomes. We pursue full and complete justice for our clients, regardless of obstacles.
Dajaneshia | Car Accident
Michael | Car Accident
Natalia | Premises Liability
Robyn | Slip and Fall
Jake | Car Accident
Sue | Slip and Fall
Judith | Medical Malpractice
Champion Firm Client | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Wanda | Wrongful Death
Champion Firm Client | Motor Vehicle Accident
Walter | Motor Vehicle Accident
Michael | Slip & Fall
Brent | Motorcycle Accident
Sandra | Car Accident
Julie | Wrongful Death
Case Evaluation Following an accident or injury, it is important to speak with an experienced injury attorney about the specific circumstances of your personal injury case, including: whether your injury is a result of someone else’s negligence, the extent and severity of your injuries, your medical costs, and your legal options. Our team of Marietta injury lawyers provides free consultations and case evaluations by phone, video call or in-person. You don’t owe us anything unless we win your case, so there is no obligation.
Investigation After you retain us, The Champion Firm gets to work right away. Your team includes an attorney and paralegal. Together they work to investigate your personal injury claim including police reports, medical records, witness statements and more. Our job is to make your life easier! During medical treatment, we also handle requesting medical bills and communicating with insurance companies.
Strategy Every case is unique which means each strategy is also unique and highly customized. Sometimes we may file a personal injury lawsuit right away, other times we may wait until medical treatment concludes. In each situation, The Champion Firm team uses our cutting-edge technology, advanced resources and extensive experience to plan each and every step of a client’s case strategy.
Demand Letter A settlement demand letter is a letter that outlines your case, including liability and damages (injuries, medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering). The letter is typically sent to the insurance company, or the at-fault party - or both. They will either reject the demand, make a counteroffer or accept it. Putting together a strong, persuasive demand package is critical to a successful, timely result.
Case Settles or Lawsuit is Filed Most of the time, cases settle during the demand negotiation process. However, because we’re dedicated to getting our clients the best possible result, we will take their case to the next step if need be. It is important to work with a personal injury lawyer experienced in the lawsuit process and fighting for their client no matter what it takes.
Fact Finding & Discovery Once a lawsuit is filed, the case goes into a discovery period. Discovery means that we get to find out information about the defense and evidence we can use to support your claim and the defense gets to find out about your claim. This process includes interrogatories, requests for documents, and depositions. After the exchange of information is complete, the court usually orders mediation prior to the start of a trial.
Mediation Mediation is a dispute resolution process where a neutral third party, the mediator, facilitates a discussion between the parties to a lawsuit in order to promote the voluntary settlement of the case. At most personal injury mediations, you will be in a room with us and the attorney for the defendant will be in a separate room. The mediator will move between the two rooms to try to get both sides to agree on a number for settlement. Many lawsuits resolve at mediation.
Case Settles or Goes to Trial If the case does not resolve during the mediation process, we are headed to trial. Trials start with an opening statement. Then, each party presents evidence and gets a closing argument. After that, the jury makes the decision on whether plaintiff or defendant wins, and if they find for the plaintiff they determine how much to award for damages.
Frequently Asked Personal Injury Questions
What’s Your Case Worth?
Every personal injury case is unique, and while it depends on the details, we will ensure our demand includes your: Medical expenses (now and down the line), Lost income (wages you missed and will in the future), Property damage (To your vehicle or items you lost), and Pain and suffering (The physical and emotional stress you endured).
Go to Trial or Settle?
Most personal injury cases end with a settlement, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be ready for court. In fact, choose an injury attorney with serious litigation experience who is unafraid of going to trial if that is what your case requires. If an insurance company approaches you with an offer, do not sign anything or accept without having it reviewed. We will assess their offer at no charge and discuss your options.
How Long Do I Have to File?
The statute of limitations for filing a personal injury lawsuit in Georgia is generally two years. The sooner you file, the better because you may lose any right to compensation once the time limit passes. If you have questions about an injury claim, it’s best to consult with a local personal injury lawyer near you.
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