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Personal Injury Lawyer in Auburn

Our Auburn personal injury lawyers at Montlick and Associates are committed to representing personal injury victims in obtaining the monetary recovery they need to get their lives back on track after being injured and to imposing financial responsibility on those whose misconduct causes injuries to others. While personal injury cases may be based on injuries caused by unintentional conduct, such as a motor vehicle accident or intentional conduct like a sexual assault, personal injury cases make the public safer by imposing consequences for unsafe behavior. Our dedicated and experienced personal injury attorneys have built a reputation with insurance carriers, our peers, and judges based on three decades of successful outcomes for injury victims that suffer serious injury or wrongful death. While we have the expertise and experience to handle most personal injury cases, there are a number of cases we routinely handle including:

Auburn Motor Vehicle Collision Claims: When you commute to work in the morning or pick your children up from school, you may fall victim to a driver who refuses to exercise reasonable care when operating a motor vehicle. While it is common to characterize a motor vehicle collision as “an accident,” this is really a misrepresentation of the typical car crash. Most Auburn car accidents, as well as those in the surrounding vicinity in Georgia, are caused by intentional and conscious decisions to take unacceptable risks. Drivers do not violate the speed limit, send a text message while driving, or operate their vehicle after consuming a six-pack of beer by accident. The decision to engage in risky driving conduct or to disregard the Georgia rules of the road is a selfish act that exposes innocent victims to life-changing injuries in car accidents, pedestrian accidents, busing accidents, tractor-trailer collisions (trucking accidents), motorcycle accidents and bicycle accidents. If you are injured in a serious motor vehicle accident, the Auburn car accident attorneys at Montlick and Associates represent our clients with diligence and compassion.

Auburn Dog Bites/Attacks/Maulings: While it is disturbing to consider that a thousand people per day are treated in U.S. emergency rooms for dog bites and other injuries incurred during dog attacks. It is far more appalling that in many of these instances the owner of the dog is well aware that their dog has manifested aggressive or vicious behavior prior to the incident leading to the emergency room visit. Georgia dog bite law follows the common law “One Bite Rule,” which imposes strict liability on dog owners that have reason to know that their dog has a propensity toward being dangerous or vicious. Liability may also be based on violation of a safety statute pertaining to mandatory restraint of one’s dog or the negligence of dog owners.

Auburn Premises Liability (Slip and Fall Cases): Property ownership comes with the responsibility of maintaining reasonably safe premises for those who come on one’s premises for legitimate purposes and sometimes even trespassers. Those who visit a business establishment for the mutual benefit of both parties, such as a customer or supplier are generally owed the highest duty of care under premises liability law. An owner or occupier of property generally must clear their property of hazards that are not open and obvious. At the other extreme, trespassers are owed a minimal duty of care unless the trespasser is a child. Whether you are injured by an open trench, fall on a dilapidated staircase, attack because of poor security, or other dangerous hazard, our experienced Auburn premises liability attorneys can review the facts in your case and analyze whether you have a valid premises liability claim under Georgia law.

Auburn Wrongful Deaths: Many families have no interest in devoting energy towards dealing with insurance adjusters and legal timing requirements when a loved one dies. Unfortunately, medical bills, funeral expenses and unpaid bills because of lost household income can exact enormous pressure on a grieving family. The legal process for pursuing a wrongful death claim is governed by strict timing requirements, including the statute of limitations and in some cases the Georgia Tort Claims Act. These timing requirements are unforgiving if they are missed, and there is no exception for “good faith” mistakes in missing one of these deadlines. Our experienced Auburn wrongful death attorneys can assist the representative of the estate of a decedent and/or a parent, child, or spouse in seeking compensation for the loss of a loved one caused by the wrongful act of another. Our law firm handles the substantive and procedural legal issues so that you and your family can devote your time and energy to overcoming your loss.

Auburn Construction Accidents (Workers' Compensation Claims): The construction industry is notorious for consistently accounting for the highest number of workplace fatalities. The hazards that may be found on a typical construction site are too numerous to list but may include open trenches, heavy machinery operated by inexperienced personnel, toxic or explosive substances, exposed electrical lines and more. While employers are expected to comply with state and federal safety regulations, injuries are inevitable in such a hazardous work environment. Our experienced Auburn construction accident attorneys can navigate the procedural requirements to protect your workers' compensation claim. We have helped many employees that suffer workplace injuries or occupational illnesses like back injuries, loss of use of limbs, carpel tunnel, knee injuries, mesothelioma and many other serious injuries.

Auburn Product Liability Claims: Product defects are rarely apparent to a consumer. They are often hidden in the design or construction of the product and remain dormant and dangerous. In the case of a defective pharmaceutical, faulty medical device, or carcinogen like asbestos, the hazard associated with the product may not become apparent for many years. Product liability law is designed to ease the burden on consumers when making a legal claim by imposing strict liability on entities involved in the manufacturing or distribution process, as long as the defect was present when the product was still in the position of the defendant. At Montlick and Associates, we have a network of experts in many industries and have taken on major corporations and their insurance providers in effectively pursuing compensation for innocent consumers who are injured by defective or dangerous products.

If you or someone you love has suffered a serious injury or a loved one has died, our experienced Auburn personal injury attorneys are committed to representing injury victims and the families of wrongful death victims in obtaining compensation to rebuild their lives and support their family. Call now for a FREE CONSULTATION with Montlick and Associates' experienced Auburn personal injury attorneys. Our attorneys are available to help you and may even visit you if needed. You can call us anytime 24/7 at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) for a FREE CONSULTATION. Alternatively, you can visit our website,, to make use of our FREE CASE EVALUATION FORM or 24-hour live online chat service.

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All information provided by our blogs is general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Consult a Montlick attorney for details about your unique situation.