Personal Injury Attorneys in Alpharetta, Georgia

Since 2014, our Morrison & Hughes Law team has served thousands of individuals with cases involving personal injury, disability, motor vehicle accidents, and workers’ compensation law. Across all practice areas, we have had a 95% success rate, which we owe to our tireless efforts to tell the stories of our clients and advocate for their just compensation. 

If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt in an accident in Alpharetta, you can put your case in our experienced hands. Do not go another day wondering how you will make up for lost wages or cover amassing medical bills. Reach out to us, day or night, to schedule a free consultation.

We handle all types of injury claims, including those involving:

Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?

You can make a personal injury claim if you believe another’s negligence caused your injuries. However, the viability of your claim will depend on evidence of the person’s negligence, how it caused your injuries, and what damages you incurred.  

Unfortunately for injured parties, making a personal injury claim can be complicated. It requires extensive knowledge of legal procedures, documentation, and other formalities that are often unfamiliar to those who are not injury law professionals. This is why it is essential to consult with a trusted personal injury about your situation and what steps to take to get the compensation you need. 

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What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

Our Alpharetta Personal injury lawyers are advocates for clients’ interests and rights, inside and outside of court. From initial consultations to settlement negotiations or trials, our dedicated team works to get the maximum possible compensation for the people we serve.

Here is what this looks like:

  • Case evaluations: We discuss the case’s details, examine the evidence, and determine the claim’s viability. Then, we offer our recommendation for how a client ought to move forward. 
  • Legal advice and guidance: Our counsel does not end at the case evaluation. We guide our clients through every legal process, explaining their rights and options at each step.
  • Investigation: Our lawyers conduct thorough investigations to gather supporting evidence. This can involve analyzing accident reports, interviewing witnesses, obtaining medical records, or consulting experts to establish liability and damage.
  • Negotiations: We negotiate with insurance companies and opposing parties to seek fair compensation.
  • Trial representation: When we cannot negotiate a settlement, we are unafraid to go to trial. In court, we present compelling arguments, examine witnesses, cross-examine opposing parties, and work diligently to secure favorable outcomes for our clients.

Call (470) 260-9417or connect with us online. Our staff can support English and Spanish-speaking clients. 

Compensation Available in Georgia Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury suits allow individuals to pursue economic and non-economic damages. 

Economic damages include:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses
  • Property damage

Non-economic damages include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Loss of consortium
  • Disability 

Generally, economic damages are simple to quantify, like the costs of a medical procedure or the pay a person missed by taking a month off work. Non-economic damages are much more subjective and do not have a definite dollar amount associated with them. 

Judges can also award punitive damages. These punish the at-fault party for acting maliciously. They do not always feature in personal injury cases. 

How Long Do You Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Georgia?

Georgia’s statute of limitations for personal injury cases is two years. While it might seem like a long time, waiting to make a claim is not advisable. Starting the process as soon as possible gives injured parties more time to collect evidence, compile necessary documentation, and prepare to make a strong case. 

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