Car accidents in Atlanta are a common cause of serious injuries, and each one results in unique struggles for victims and their families. Some people will need immediate medical attention at the scene, others may feel pain in the days after a fender-bender, and many will be unable to work for weeks or even months due to the effects of the accident.
However, all car crash victims have one thing in common: they have a right to compensation if the collision was caused by someone elseâ€™s negligence.
Serving Victims of All Types of Car Accidents in Atlanta
At The Champion Firm, P.C., we have successfully handled many car accident cases in the Atlanta area. We will use that experience to help you pursue the financial compensation you deserve while getting you the help you need after a serious car wreck for your injuries.
We work to identify all parties that may be responsible for your crash and all sources of insurance that can be used to pay for your damages, getting you the maximum amount of compensation possible for your medical bills, time off work, and pain and suffering.
We can help you recover from many different types of collisions, including:
The impact when two cars strike each other on their front ends can be devastating, and these types of collisions are often fatal.
Side-impact collisions, commonly called T-bone accidents, can cause severe injuries for passengers on the affected side of the vehicle.
A driver who is following too closely may not have enough room to stop suddenly, leading to whiplash and other injuries for occupants of the car in front.
A hit-and-run collision not only results in extensive injuries, but places a burden of identifying and tracking down the at-fault driver on the victim.
Crashes can result in severe or fatal injuries to children and other pedestrians walking near cars, and collisions between two vehicles in a parking lot can be severe even if they happen at low speeds.
Insurance problems often arise after a person is injured in a crash with a rideshare service such as Uber or Lyft, as the driver, the rideshare company, and your own insurance provider may all be responsible for damages and compensation.