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Areas We Serve

Injured in Atlanta, Georgia

Our Heart Is In Georgia
Montlick & Associates has been proudly protecting Georgia families for over 30 years. Our experience, desire and focus is representing families in Georgia courts of law.

Car accident lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia

We Come To YOU
Our Atlanta and Georgia attorneys are here to help and represent you. Whether you’re in the far north of Union County or south in Valdosta, we’ll meet you on your terms and do our part not to further interrupt your routine.

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What Our Clients Are Saying...

Atlanta personal injury testimonial

"Montlick & Associates are exceptional Georgia personal injury attorneys. I was represented twice by Montlick & Associates, Attorneys for Atlanta auto accident claims in the past 15 years, and I got the best service possible as well as a very caring and understanding staff to help me through difficult times."

Georgia personal injury testimonial

"I rate Montlick & Associates, Attorneys a 10! I called the firm because I needed a really good Georgia truck accident lawyer. They return phone calls, check on clients and keep them well-informed about their case. They are always friendly and courteous, showing care and concern. I feel they have covered everything carefully and professionally. My family has used other auto accident attorneys in Georgia before, and Montlick & Associates is the best!"

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Practice Areas

We handle ALL types of cases involving personal injuries, including the ones listed below. Our Georgia personal injury attorneys are available to assist clients throughout all of Georgia and the Southeast, including Atlanta, Albany, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Savannah and all smaller cities and rural areas in the state.

Auto
Accidents

  • Auto & Car Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Bus Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Drunk Driving Accidents
  • SUV Rollover Accidents

Worker's Compensation

  • All Types of Job Injuries
  • Workers' Comp Claims
  • Construction Accidents

Medical
Malpractice

  • Failure To Diagnose
  • Birth Injuries To Children
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Pharmacy Malpractice
  • Medical Device Injuries
  • Drug Injuries

Other Types of Personal Injury

  • Head & Brain Injuries
  • Wrongful Death Claims
  • Slip and Falls
  • Dog Bites / Animal Bites
  • Products Liability (Defective Products)
  • Social Security Disability
  • And More...

Who We Are

Experienced Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys

Our firm has practiced personal injury and workers compensation law for over 30 years throughout Atlanta and all of Georgia. Today, more than 35 attorneys and 100 staff members provide high quality legal services to individuals and families who have suffered serious injuries or death.

At Montlick & Associates, we give every case the personal attention it deserves. We have the knowledge, experience and resources to maximize the value of your case. We’ll work extremely hard, with integrity, to get you all the compensation and benefits you deserve.

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Our Results: Actual Personal Injury Recoveries

The following is a small sample of the results that have been achieved on specific accident and injury cases. We handle cases of all sizes, ranging from a few thousand dollars in value to millions of dollars. Please keep in mind that every case is unique and must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances.

$6.8 million recovery

Automobile Collision

Eight year old boy was rendered a quadriplegic after being involved in an automobile collision. The driver at fault was in a county ambulance and was not responding to an emergency call, nor were any lights or sirens in use.

$6.8 million recovery

$5.1 million recovery

Drunk Driver Collision

Seven year old girl killed when drunk driver in an SUV forcefully rear ended the mid-sized car where child was a back seat passenger. The smaller vehicle burst into flames after the collision. Her mother who was driving suffered minor head injuries.

$5.1 million recovery

$4.5 million recovery

Medical Malpractice

Failure to diagnose meningitis in a 7 month old resulted in profound mental retardation and paralysis. Condition could have been treated with hospitalization, antibiotics and spinal taps. Defendant was a well-known HMO.

$4.5 million recovery

Latest News

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Many Vehicle Safety Recall Problems Never Repaired

October 28, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

Safety recalls have dominated the auto industry news over the last 18 months with millions of vehicles being recalled because of defects ranging from defective ignition switches to exploding airbags.  In 2013, 22 million vehicles were recalled in 632 total recalls according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  Both were substantial increases from 2012 when 581 recalls were implemented that included nearly 16. 4 million vehicles.  During 2013, Toyota® was the vehicle manufacturer with the most recalls covering 5.3 million vehicles.  The vehicle recall situation was so bad that the auto industry recalled more cars than it sold in 2013.

Coping with Increasing Risk of Trucking Accidents: Why Bigger Big-Rigs Is a Bad Idea

October 27, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

While more expansive regulation of the trucking industry had led to declines in trucking accidents in recent years, the number of collisions involving semi-trucks has begun to creep in the other direction. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reports that the number of big-rig crashes increased by over eleven percent during a recent two year period. During a recent one year period, the agency reports that 3,757 people died in crashes involving large trucks. The American Association for Justice (AAJ) reports that semi-trucks comprise only 4.7 percent of the passenger vehicles on U.S. roadways, but they account for 12.4 percent of fatal motor vehicle collisions. Further, fatalities are 17 percent higher for large trucks based on a miles driven basis.

Studies Show the Public Drastically Underestimates Prevalence of Medical Malpractice

October 27, 2013
Posted by David Montlick

There is a tendency among many to view the practice of medicine as an infallible science practiced by extremely skilled practitioners.  This perception is shaped by the high level of esteem with which most doctors are viewed, as well as the extensive education and training required to practice medicine.  While most physicians are skilled and conscientious, the risk of being a victim of medical malpractice is far more common than many people would think based on a recent article published by the American Association of Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America).

Good News for Georgia Motorists: New Report Indicates the Peach State Has Reasonably Courteous Drivers

October 27, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

In recent years, neither Georgia nor the Atlanta metro area have rated very high in studies comparing regions for driver safety. A recent study conducted by carinsurancecomparison.com and published in the USA Today found that Georgia was 13th on the list of states with the worst drivers.

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Television Interviews

Avoid Costly Mistakes When Filing Your Accident Claim!

Monday, October 27, 2014

According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, approximately 2,500 people are injured each week in Georgia car crashes. In this week's video on ABC News, Montlick & Associates Family Safety Advocate Jacquie Palisi, reviews important steps that accident victims should take to protect their legal rights after a crash. Watch the video and click on the links below for additional information and to download the firm's Georgia Auto Accident Checklist, to print out and keep in your glove box.

Important Car Battery Safety Tips

Monday, October 20, 2014

Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, shares important safety precautions to help reduce the risk of fires, explosions and personal injury when handling a car battery. Our Guide to Jump-Starting Your Vehicle can help should you ever have a dead car battery. Please print and keep in the glove compartment of your car for those unexpected emergencies.

Texting While Driving is a Dangerous Practice...and Against the Law!

Monday, October 13, 2014

Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, reminds people driving in Georgia of the new law prohibiting texting while driving and the penalties involved. The firm also introduces its new "Don't Text and Drive" public service announcement and billboard campaign to help remind driver's that texting behind the wheel is a dangerous and deadly practice. We encourage you to take the Montlick & Associates Safe Driver Pledge today. Click on the links below to download the pledge form, and learn more about our driver safety initiatives designed to help keep you and your family safe on the roads.

Learn When It's Necessary to Notify Police After an Auto Accident

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, shares helpful tips on what to do at the scene of an automobile accident and when it is necessary to notify police. The firm has created a convenient and helpful guide, the Georgia Auto Accident Checklist, to keep in your vehicle's glove box. We hope you will never need to use it, but they are very helpful tools to have if you are ever in an accident.

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