Peachtree Corners Personal Injury Attorneys

When accidents occur in Peachtree Corners, injured people need help to recover physically and financially

After a serious Peachtree Corners crash, injured people and their families are forced to deal with the aftermath of the accident. Pain and disability from injuries, medical appointments and bills, loss of income, damaged property, and lost quality of life are common results of a serious injury accident.

At the Weinstein Firm, we know how to help

The accident attorneys have vast experience working with injured folks, we know what you and your family are going through, and we know what you will be facing down the road. We serve as your advocates as you move through the insurance claim process after a serious accident.

Our firm was founded on the belief that every injured individual deserves powerful representation equal to the massive corporations, insurance agencies, or government entities they may be confronting. You don't have to endure this situation on your own. The Weinstein Firm personal injury lawyers are ready and waiting to go to battle for you and your family.

Our personal injury lawyers help injured people by:

  • offering a no-cost, no-obligation case consultation;
  • providing a detailed explanation of your legal rights and options;
  • overseeing all aspects of your insurance claim including handling communications with insurance adjusters, producing all paperwork and documents on time;
  • serving as a buffer between you and the insurance companies;
  • being fully accessible to answer your questions and keep you informed of your case progress;
  • charging no legal fees unless your claim is successfully resolved.

Here is helpful information for people injured in Peachtree Corners accidents

The Weinstein personal injury attorneys and staff know that after an accident, injured people need access to information, so we have provided here links to help, including:

Getting emotional support after losing someone in a fatal accident in Peachtree Corners is important

When a loved one is killed in a motor-vehicle accident, it is incredibly helpful for grieving family to work with a grief support organization or therapist who provides help and guidance. Go here to learn more about grief support providers in Peachtree Corners.

Information for the Peachtree Corners bicyclists, motorcyclists, and ATV riders

In Peachtree Corners, bicyclists and motorcyclists face a heightened level of potential danger on the roadways. To improve safety for all road users, learn here about Georgia bicycle laws, Georgia motorcycle laws, and Georgia ATV laws.

Let the Weinstein Firm handle your claim after an accident

While minor crashes can be often be handled directly with your insurance adjuster, major accidents require more assistance.

Reach out to the Weinstein Firm to get support and advice after a serious or fatal accident. We know what you are dealing with now, and we know what you will need to deal with in the future. You will know what to expect, you will know what your rights and options are, and you will not have to deal with insurance companies alone.

A region's population has an obvious effect on the number of motor vehicle crashes and deaths. When population density increases, especially in regions that rely more heavily on personal vehicles as opposed to mass transit and other modes of travel, the result is a higher incidence of injury and fatality crashes. Crash rates per capita and per vehicle miles traveled provide a way of examining motor vehicle deaths relative to the population and amount of driving.

The National Safety Council has released a report detailing how the number of traffic deaths has risen 9% in the first six months of 2016, compared to the same period of 2015. This is disturbing news, and puts 2016 on track to be the deadliest year on America's roads since 2007.

An estimated 19,100 people have been killed on U.S. roads since January, and 2.2 million were seriously injured.

The first thing the Weinstein accident attorneys do, when they begin helping an injured client in Gwinnett County, is to get a copy of the traffic collision report for the collision. What is the value of this information?

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Distracted driving  is a problem in Georgia, and countrywide. Did you know that five seconds is the average time your eyes are off the road while texting? When traveling at 55mph, that's enough time to cover the length of a football field blindfolded. Click to learn more about distracted driving and how to prevent it.

Think you're not distracted while driving using a hands free device? Think again. A new AAA study shows that hands free devices still take our attention off our primary task - driving. Georgia drivers using hands free devices are still at risk of a devastating car accident. Click here to read more about a distracted driving study that impacts every Georgia driver on the road.