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Injured in Atlanta, Georgia

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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 & 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


  • 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


Jury Awards Double Amputee $20 Million in Horrific Georgia Railcar Accident

August 08, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

A worker who was allegedly injured when he was hit by a railcar after the railcar’s hand brake failed was awarded over $20 million by a Georgia jury.  The award was one of the most substantial jury awards returned by a Georgia jury in 2012 according to a recent summary of the largest 2012 verdicts in Georgia compiled by the Daily Report.

Police Remind Public to Move-Over in Wake of Two Recent Accidents

August 07, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

In the wake of two separate incidents where emergency workers were struck by motorists in the span of two days, law enforcement authorities are reminding the public about Georgia’s “Move Over” law according to an 11 Alive report.  The report indicates that a DeKalb County woman has been charged with reckless driving and DUI after she hit a Sandy Springs police officer on the side of the road.  The force of the impact propelled the police officer’s cruiser over a hundred feet from a stopped position according to the report.  Earlier the same week, Patrick Brownlee, a tow truck driver, died after he was hit on I-20 while trying to load a disabled vehicle.  Our personal injury attorneys and staff at Montlick and Associates offer condolences to the victims and their families and urge motorists to respect Georgia’s move-over law.

NYC Settles Wrongful Death Claim Involving Alleged Fatal Beating of Inmate for $2.75 Million

August 07, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

New York City has settled a wrongful death claim for $2.75 million that involves the death of a prison inmate.  Ronald Spear’s family claims that guards brutally beat their loved one to death according to the New York Times.  The settlement was reached after the medical examiner determined that the death was a homicide caused by “blunt force trauma” to the head.  The medical examiner’s report also indicated that Spear suffered blunt force trauma to his torso and arms.  Spear walked with a cane and had kidney issues at the time of the attack according to the court filing.  The lawsuit alleged that the attack was in retaliation for Spear’s complaints that prison doctors and guards were withholding treatment for his kidney condition.

Vanderbilt University Program Demonstrates How Higher Hand-Washing Rates Can Prevent Hospital Infections

August 07, 2014
Posted by David Montlick

Medical malpractice in a hospital setting can take many forms, such as wrong limb amputation, failure to diagnose a heart attack and other potentially life-threatening medical errors.  One of the most significant and overlooked form of medical malpractice that can threaten patient safety involves inadequate hygiene and infection prevention measures.  A recent program implemented at Vanderbilt University Hospital has focused attention on both the need for improvement and the potential effectiveness of better hygiene measures.

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Television Interviews

When Should I File a Diminished Value Claim?

Monday, August 18, 2014

The first concern after an auto accident is the physical well-being of those involved. But once the medical issues are addressed, it is time to focus on getting maximum recovery for your auto accident insurance claim. In this week's ABC News segment, Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, explains your rights to compensation for property damaged in an auto accident, including how and when to file a "Diminished Value Claim." View the video and click on the link below for important information on this lesser known aspect of the law.

Urgent Alert: How to Prevent Accidental Window Cord Strangulation!

Monday, August 11, 2014

Corded window coverings are one of the top five hidden hazards in American homes, with infants and children dying each year from accidentally strangling in window cords. Older window coverings may not meet the latest national standard for window cord safety, so it's important for parents and caregivers to check each window covering in the home for exposed and dangling cords that can pose a strangulation risk to children. Watch the video and click on the links below to learn more about how replace or retrofit dangerous cords and avoid accidents.

Avoiding Dehydration Among Young Athletes

Monday, August 4, 2014

Each year, more than 9,000 high school athletes are treated for heat illness across the U.S. That's a national rate of one student per hour per day. In this week's segment on ABC News, Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, shares important tips on how young athletes can prevent dehydration and heat-related illnesses while playing outdoor sports, especially during the hottest months of the year. Watch the video and click on the links below to learn more about how to be safe while playing your favorite outdoor sport.

Fire Hazard: Improper Storage of 9-Volt Batteries!

Monday, July 28, 2014

In this week's ABC News segment, Montlick & Associates Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi explains the potential fire hazard caused by improper disposal and storage of 9-volt batteries. Watch this week's segment on WSB-TV Channel 2 Atlanta to learn 9-volt battery safety, storage and recycle tips.

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