Atlanta Car Accident Attorney

Auto accidents in the State of Georgia are some of the most common causes of personal injuries. Each year, thousands of people across the state suffer serious injuries as a result of an auto accident. According to the State of Georgia Department of Public Health, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injury and death among vulnerable age groups. After an auto accident, victims can experience crippling monetary losses resulting from the accident, including:

  • Medical expenses,
  • Loss of income,
  • Loss of earning potential,
  • Property damage,
  • And more.

In the bustling metro Atlanta area, notorious for its heavy traffic, car accident-related injuries are a daily occurrence. The Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety highlighted that in 2017 alone, the region saw nearly 390,150 car accidents, averaging over 1,000 incidents every day.

After an Auto Accident, Do NOT Contact the Insurer. Instead, Retain an Experienced Attorney to Advocate on Your Behalf

Trust the experienced Atlanta, GA car accident lawyers of KIM LAW to deliver outstanding results for your car accident case. Our firm dedicates its practice solely to clients who have been injured due to another person’s negligence. Car accidents are the most common cause of injury to our clients due to the sheer amount of traffic on the roads. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, we know precisely how to win your case and deliver maximum value.

Common Factors of Car Accidents:

  • Speeding
  • Following Too Closely
  • Disobeying Traffic Lights and Signs
  • Failure to Yield
  • Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and Alcohol

How Will a Car Accident Attorney Help Me After an Accident?

  • The role of a car accident attorney handling a State of Georgia auto collision case is to be an advocate for the injured victim. Depending on the facts of the case, the attorney may need to deal with the judicial system on behalf of the client, the auto insurance providers, and ensure the client remains informed throughout the case.

    Far too many accident victims fail to consider obtaining the support of an attorney after their accident. After a serious accident, however, injured victims must remain cognizant of the implications of not having an experienced attorney at their side. For instance, Georgia is a no-fault state when it comes to auto accidents. This means victims will generally need to resort to their own insurance company for coverage. Injured car accident victims must be mindful that while compensation may be easily obtained, insurance companies are in business to make a profit. In a majority of cases, the insurance company will not have the injured victim’s best interests at heart.

    Further, a skilled attorney will understand what is needed to handle their own investigation into the accident. Identifying liable parties after an accident is not always straightforward. A knowledgeable attorney will ensure to:

    • Review the police reports,
    • Inspect that accident scene,
    • Review the medical records,
    • Obtain surveillance footage of the scene,
    • Review the report made by the insurance company,
    • Interview witnesses that can corroborate the victim’s claims,
    • Investigate the other party’s background and record of past accidents, and
    • Investigate the location where the accident happened to determine if there is a history of repeated accidents in the area.

    By far the most important benefit an attorney can provide is to negotiate for the highest compensation available. A proficient car accident lawyer will deal with the insurance company so that full compensation can be recovered.

How Much is My Auto Accident Claim Worth?

Initiating the process for a compensation claim after a vehicle collision involves determining a fair monetary figure to cover damages and losses incurred from the incident. Each case's uniqueness means compensation varies per client.

  • The cost of medical attention thus far,
  • Anticipated medical costs,
  • Loss of wages and future income,
  • Pain and suffering,
  • Emotional trauma,
  • Loss of quality of life, and
  • A loss of enjoyment of life.

Numerous considerations are crucial in defining a claim's value. Consulting with a seasoned Atlanta car accident attorney can maximize the compensation received post-accident.

KIM LAW is here for you.

Kim Law has successfully recovered over $20 million for clients involved in car accidents, showcasing their dedication and expertise in this specific legal area. Their Atlanta-based team deals exclusively with car accident claims, offering unparalleled knowledge and strategies to counteract insurance companies’ tactics.

They prioritize securing proper medical care for clients, settling medical bills, and ensuring fair compensation from insurance providers. Kim Law advises against facing insurance companies alone, highlighting their proficiency in navigating claims and addressing complex aspects like subrogation rights and Medicare liens that could jeopardize a case.

There is no reason to gamble with your car accident case.  There are no upfront costs and no out of pocket expenses when you hire us.  You only pay us if we win. The consultation is also free. 

Pick up the phone, just call, and JUST WIN.

Frequently Asked Questions

You may recover compensation for medical expenses, lost income, loss of earning potential, property damage, and more.

A car accident attorney can advocate on your behalf, dealing with insurance providers and the judicial system, ensuring you’re informed throughout your case, and negotiating for the highest compensation possible.

It’s recommended to retain an experienced attorney to advocate for you, as insurance companies often do not have your best interests at heart and an attorney can negotiate better on your behalf.

Speeding, following too closely, disobeying traffic lights and signs, failure to yield, and driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol are noted as common causes.

Kim Law provides expert legal representation, aiming to recover the maximum compensation for clients, including resolving medical bills and ensuring fair treatment from insurance companies. They operate on a no-win, no-fee basis.