Marietta/North Cobb GA Personal Injury Lawyer

More than 1,200 people died and thousands more were injured in traffic accidents in Georgia in 2010, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Many people suffered serious injuries, including brain injuries and spinal damage, in traffic accidents through no fault of their own.

To recover from a serious accident, you may need months off work, extensive physical therapy, and job retraining.

You shouldn’t have to bear the burden of medical bills and other expenses on your own.

If someone else is at fault in your car accident, motorcycle accident, or truck accident, you may be entitled to compensation from the at-fault driver and their insurance company. But you’ll need the help of an experienced Atlanta personal injury lawyer to obtain a full settlement.

The personal injury attorneys of Parsons Law Group have helped people in Atlanta and Savannah get back on their feet after a serious accident. Call today to speak directly to Michael. We offer personal service, and your call will be returned within 24 hours.

Types of Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury accidents take many forms. The types of personal injury accidents that the attorneys at Parsons Law Group have extensive experience handling include:

  • Car Accidents — Car accidents cause by far the largest number of serious injuries, including head injuries and traumatic brain injuries, of any type of vehicle accident. Many motorists are seriously injured through the fault of other drivers. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death to American teenagers, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
  • Motorcycle Accidents — Motorcycles have surged in popularity. But they remain invisible to many other drivers. Motorcycle crashes can cause serious injuries, including brain injuries, cervical injuries, and spinal injuries.
  • Truck Accidents — Georgia has a lot of tractor-trailers and big trucks on the highways. It is one of the five states with the highest number of 18-wheeler accidents in the U.S. Tractor trailers and semi-trailers greatly outweigh cars and other passenger vehicles on the highways. Consequently, when a truck driver causes a crash, the accident usually causes serious injuries and fatal injuries to occupants of other vehicles. One out of six fatalities from car crashes involves a tractor-trailer, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.

If you or a loved one has been injured through the fault of another driver, you may have a legal right to claim compensation.

Contact Our Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

When it comes to personal injury lawsuits, the experience of attorney J. Michael Parsons counts. To speak directly to Michael, call our offices today for a free evaluation of your legal options. Parsons Law Group, has offices in Atlanta and Savannah.