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Car Crash Injury Lawyers Columbus Can Trust

The Aftermath of an Auto Collision Injury

The first few days and weeks after an auto accident are overwhelming. The physical difficulties and mounting financial stress just doesn’t seem to have an end in sight. 

After a car wreck, you might be consumed with medical expenses and other accident-related costs. You’re in pain, stressed, and unsure where to start. That’s where we step in. Our legal team is committed to your physical and financial recovery.

You Focus on Healing. We’ll Focus on Winning.

Georgians know our name—and with good reason. Montlick is known as a fierce and respected personal injury law firm of the highest integrity. For decades our attorneys have fought for our clients and won the money they need to move forward after their car accident. Find out how we can help you today.


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My family hired David Weinberg to represent my mother. David and Carmen did an amazing job of not only fighting for my mother but keeping us informed through a process we really didn't think we were going to come out on top of. We did get a settlement and the sheer fact that we could in spite of the insurance company doing their best to pull one over on my mother meant everything to us. 10/10 would recommend Montlick & Associates and David Weinberg.
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I am a former employee of Montlick and Associates. I was visiting in the Atlanta area when my grandchildren and I were involved in a multiple car accident. It never occurred to me to call another firm and I wasn't wrong. Orlando Marra and his assistant Jennifer kept me informed about what was going on and , hopefully, I won't need them again. If I do, I won't hesitate to call again. Thanks, Orlando.
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Car Wreck Lawyers for Columbus, Georgia

What Are You Entitled To After a Car Crash Injury?

Georgia car accident law generally allows personal injury victims (or families who have lost loved ones in a crash) to recover monetary damages from negligent individuals or companies responsible for their injuries. “Negligent individuals” can include individuals, public utilities, companies, public agencies, governmental bodies, other business organizations, and others, either acting alone or together with each other.

If you or a loved one was hurt in a car accident that was not your fault, you could be entitled to “damages” usually in the form of financial compensation (money) to pay for medical costs and other costs associated with the accident.



Car Wreck Lawyers Serving Columbus, GA

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Get the Money You Deserve

When a car wreck upends your life, you need a law firm that knows how to explore all avenues of compensation and vigorously pursue them on behalf of you or your loved one.

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What is my claim worth?

Our aggressive Columbus lawyers pursue all types of damages that our clients are entitled to under Georgia law. This can include past and future medical bills, past and future lost wages and/or loss of earning capacity if your injury has prevented you from working or will prevent you from working in the future. In some cases, you could be entitled to money to cover property damage as well, including damage to vehicles and other personal property. Additional compensation could also apply based on other, less clearly measurable factors, such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, and more.

The value of a claim depends on numerous factors, including:

  • the strength of legal liability
  • the facts and circumstances of the incident,
  • the strength of the applicable law and evidence
  • the venue or locality where a claim must be brought
  • the likability and credibility that witnesses would have to a jury
  • the extent of a client’s injuries
  • the costs of medical treatment- including past and future, impact on the quality of life
  • the extent of pain and suffering
  • whether someone is temporarily or permanently disabled

The amount of economic damages an auto accident injury victim might recover in the State of Georgia is specific to the circumstances and facts of the case. As such, each individual accident claim is unique. Predicting the exact dollar amount you and your family could receive from an accident claim is generally not possible at the outset of your traffic accident case. However, our lawyers are able to advise our clients on the range of predicted case values, once all of the evidence has been reviewed, we understand the extent and long-term effects of the injury or injuries, we have reviewed all medical expenses and records, and have evaluated the applicable Georgia law and the strength of the evidence.

Your case’s outcome may impact the rest of your life. That’s why we aim to maximize the money in your pocket – so you can prioritize your recovery.

Battling Big Insurance After an Auto Accident

Dealing with the physical, emotional and financial aftermath of a car crash is a lot to handle. During this difficult and confusing time, people injured in auto accidents must be careful to avoid damaging their legal claim for a settlement. Some people assume that they can deal directly with the insurance companies, but it’s important to remember that the job of the insurance company is to protect its own bottom line. To keep profits up, they try to pay injury victims as little as possible or even deny their claim altogether. The insurance company will have a team of investigators, experts and attorneys at their disposal whose goals are to pay you the absolute minimum they can. When you try to deal with insurance company adjusters on your own, without a lawyer, it could cost you valuable money in the long run.

Columbus Crashes Are Increasing

In 2020, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recorded more than 330,000 crashes in Georgia, with 1,588 fatal accidents resulting in the deaths of 1,730 people. Of those not killed, another 125,000 people recorded serious injuries.

In 2021, Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety reported 1,797 car accident fatalities, and the trend continued to rise. Despite being the eighth most-populous state, Georgia ranks fourth for the largest number of fatal accidents, and it shows no sign of slowing its rise to the tragic top.

In Columbus, there were 38,532 accidents resulting in 117 fatalities. As the probability of experiencing a car crash increases within Columbus, having an experienced and knowledgeable Montlick personal injury lawyer on your side is key.

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Car Accident Lawyer Near Me in Columbus, GA

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Fort Benning, GA (31905)
Fortson, GA (31808)
Midland, GA (31820)
Cataula, GA (31804)
Upatoi, GA (31829)
Waverly Hall, GA (31831)
Smiths Station, AL (36877)
Ellerslie, GA (31807)
Hamilton, GA (31811)
Salem, AL (36874)
Pine Mountain, GA (31822)
Cusseta, GA (31805)
Fort Mitchell, AL (36856)
Shiloh, GA (31826)
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Car Crash Perspectives and Frequently Asked Questions

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What are punitive damages?
Punitive damages, also known as exemplary damages, are a type of damages awarded in a civil lawsuit, intended to punish the defendant for their wrongful conduct and deter them and others from engaging in similar conduct in the future.
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If the accident wasn’t my fault, do I need a lawyer?
You should never sign anything or talk to representatives from the insurance company until you have obtained advice from an experienced auto accident lawyer who can help you level the playing field.
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Should I give a recorded statement after an accident?
Before speaking to an insurance company, including your own, you should consult with an attorney.
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Do I really need a lawyer in a pedestrian case?
Without legal representation, the auto collision insurance company may try to deny your claim or offer an inadequate personal injury settlement.
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Because we can’t stop accidents from happening, we do what we can to help minimize their long-term impact. We put more money in your pocket, where it belongs.