Atlanta Car Accident Attorneys

Car accidents are a common cause of injury in the Atlanta Metro Area

The Weinstein Firm personal injury attorneys have worked with people who have been injured in all types of car accidents, including rear-end crashes, T-bone collisions, sideswipe accidents, rollover crashes, and head-on auto wrecks.

With our extensive experience helping people after car accidents, we have a huge advantage. We can help people understand what they will be dealing with throughout the legal process. We know what needs to be done to deliver a complete, persuasive claim to the insurance company. We know how to effectively negotiate to obtain the highest possible settlement or verdict for clients.

How do our Atlanta injury lawyers deliver successful car accident claims?

When someone is injured in a collision caused by an at-fault driver, it is important to evaluate the extent of the injuries and other damages, to determine how the injuries will affect life now, and also down the road. Many injuries require expensive, long-term medical care, and Weinstein Law accident lawyers ensure that this cost is fully factored into the insurance-claim process. A successful claim is one in which an injured person receives a settlement that enables them to fully recover financially, and compensates them for all current and future losses.

The most common causes of car accidents in the Atlanta area include:

  • Distracted driving;
  • Speeding;
  • Drunk driving;
  • Reckless driving;
  • Poor weather conditions;
  • Running red lights and stop signs;
  • Unsafe lane changes;
  • Tailgating.

Car accidents happen daily across the Atlanta Metro region:

While the Weinstein Firm injury attorneys cannot take away the pain caused by a car accident, we can help secure the financial future for an injured person and their family.

We make the process of hiring a great Atlanta car accident lawyer as easy as possible for you and your loved ones.

The Weinstein Firm offers a no-fee guarantee - There is no fee unless we win

The Weinstein attorneys handle all of their personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you pay nothing up front, and you pay no fees if your claim is unsuccessful. You only pay if we deliver a successful claim.

Submit the contact form on this page and our experienced legal team will review the details of your case, free of charge, with no obligation. If we can help you, we will.

In the aftermath of the collapse of the Interstate 85 bridge, we here at the Weinstein Firm were affected by the increased road congestion, just like everyone else. Traveling to work in our usual ways became more difficult, and several of us began using mass transit systems for the first time.

Transportation professionals predicted that Atlanta traffic would worsen when spring break for public school kids ended, and they sure were right. Commutes for vehicle drivers and users of public transportation were significantly worse, and with the new bridge slated for completion in June, travelers are facing weeks of terrible commuting.

In an effort to make self-driving vehicles a reality on Georgia roads, State Representative Trey Kelley sponsored House Bill 248, legislation that would allow self-driving cars to operate on public roads. Unfortunately the bill did not pass during the 2017 session.

On Thursday, March 30, a fire led to the collapse of a section of the bridge on Interstate 85. All northbound lanes heading out of Midtown Atlanta collapsed during a massive fire, the cause of which is currently undetermined. Further, all southbound lanes will be closed for the time being.

So between Midtown and I-285, using an interstate that swells to about a dozen lanes is not an option for drivers currently.

After reading about today's school bus collision in Atlanta in which 19 students sustained minor injuries, we wanted to review some of the statistics and issues that may be contributing to these types of accidents in Atlanta and across Georgia.

As reported by Curbed Atlanta, MARTA train routes are having a real effect on new housing construction across the city. Multiple residential housing developments are being built within walking distance of MARTA stations, and this growth is supporting both the needs of residents and those of developers looking for good investments.

To the surprise of no one who travels on Interstate 285 in Georgia, the freeway has been determined to be the deadliest one in the entire United States. According to a recent study done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Interstate 285, which runs a little under 75 miles in Georgia, had 26 fatal accidents in 2013, while the entire state of Georgia reported 1,085 fatal accidents in total, making it the seventh worst state for fatal accidents nationally.

A new report was issued recently by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. After analyzing data from various sources, the results suggest that road debris was a factor in an estimated average of 50,658 police-reported crashes nationally, which resulted in 9,805 injuries and 125 deaths annually in the United States over years 2011 – 2014. Vehicle parts and cargo were the predominant sources of debris in the crashes examined.

There was a recent news article describing a recent spate of hit-and-run collisions in Gwinnett County, highlighting a serious and ongoing problem that police, accident victims, and their personal injury attorneys face. While the article focuses on recent pedestrian collisions with hit-and-run drivers, the problem is also an ongoing concern with car crashes involving hit-and-run drivers.

Here at the Weinstein Firm, we work everyday with the various law enforcement and governmental agencies in Carroll County as we gather information to build the personal injury claims for our clients. We are grateful for the cooperation and help we get from the Carroll County public service officers as we work through our cases to get the financial compensation our clients deserve for the damages they have suffered.