Coweta County Personal Injury Law Firm
The Coweta County personal injury attorneys of Montlick and Associates was founded in 1984 to stand up for victims of negligent, reckless and intentional misconduct of others. Our Coweta County personal injury attorneys have spent nearly three decades advocating for the financial recovery of victims involved in car accidents, trucking accidents, slip and fall accidents, dog attacks, jobsite injuries and many other types of other accidents and criminal acts.
When you have been injured because a retail store has not been maintained in a safe condition, a trucking company declined to adequately train their drivers or a motorist elected to drive while intoxicated, you may be overwhelmed by intense pain and emotional anguish. When personal injury victims are struggling with these challenges, the burden of confronting insurance companies and legal obstacles can be extremely difficult. Our Coweta County personal injury lawyers are committed to representing those who have had their lives derailed by a serious accident or violent crime. Because of our extensive experience, we handle a broad range of personal injury claims including:
Accidents Involving Motor Vehicles in Coweta County: It is a tragic reality that many people are injured in motor vehicle accidents each and every day. Many Coweta County car accident victims suffer needlessly because drivers disregard traffic safety laws, drive under-the-influence of alcohol or drugs, engage in the use of a mobile phone or otherwise ignore basic traffic safety. These unsafe forms of driving all too often result in life-changing injuries and wrongful death. Our experienced Coweta County personal injury lawyers handle a broad spectrum of motor vehicle collisions, including drunk driving accidents, distracted driving accidents, head-on impact collisions, SUV rollovers, motorcycle accidents, T-bone intersection crashes, rear impact collisions, bicycle-car collisions, speed-related crashes, pedestrian accidents and other types of vehicle crashes.
Tractor-Trailer Collisions in Coweta County: When 18-wheelers, semi-trucks, and other large commercial trucks are involved in accidents, permanent damage or death frequently is the result. These types of dangerous collisions often require hospitalization and medical treatments that are very expensive and physically demanding, and yet many victims of accidents like these are never compensated because trucking companies have extensive litigation resources, teams of investigators and experienced insurance defense attorneys. Those that suffer severe injury or the loss of a loved one in a devastating tractor-trailer accident should seek an experienced Coweta trucking accident attorney immediately. Time is of the essence in retaining legal advice and representation so that prompt action can be taken to preserve vitally important evidence.
Nursing Home Abuse/Neglect in Coweta County: There is nothing sadder than seeing our vulnerable loved ones suffer abuse, neglect and other forms of mistreatment. Unfortunately, the exploitation and mistreatment of elderly residents in nursing homes and similar residential care facilities for seniors occur far too often. Physical assaults, emotional abuse, dehydration, malnutrition, medication errors, and financial exploitation are just a few examples of the abuses that occur in Coweta County nursing care facilities. Many times these forms of maltreatment are hidden, but our Coweta County nursing home abuse attorneys may use the discovery process, private investigators, review of inspection reports by public agencies and other strategies to obtain the evidence needed to prove the liability of a nursing home facility.
Slip and Fall Accidents in Coweta County: Many people suffer debilitating injuries because of department stores, chain grocery stores, college campuses, convenience stores and other businesses that do not properly remedy hazardous conditions on their premises which can cause people to slip and fall or can cause a tripping accident. Examples of conditions that can lead to serious falls include wet floors, untreated ice, broken sidewalks, and improper lighting. While a commercial, residential and public owner of property may be liable for injuries suffered in a fall, our experienced Coweta County slip and fall attorneys understand how to gather the evidence necessary to prove claims based on falls, which insurance providers often tenaciously oppose.
Wrongful Death Cases in Coweta County: Sometimes the misconduct or willful negligence of a third party leads to the tragic death of a loved one. Wrongful death legal claims may originate from a broad range of unsafe or even illegal actions, including auto accidents that stem from a driver's negligence, construction accidents caused by a hazardous worksite or assaults due to inadequate security. Our Coweta County wrongful death attorneys understand the profound sense of loss experienced by families who suddenly lose a loved one.
Construction Accidents in Coweta County (Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury Claims): Construction sites are typically riddled with dangerous hazards, such as toxic chemicals, flimsy scaffolds, heavy machinery and exposed electrical wires. Sadly, many of these accidents could be prevented with proper implementation of OSHA and other safety rules. Those who suffer bodily harm on a construction site may qualify for workers' compensation benefits as well as compensation from negligent third parties. Our experienced Coweta construction accident lawyers have the knowledge and expertise to navigate the workers' compensation process and pursue a personal injury claim when appropriate.
Dog Bites in Coweta County: Many times pet owners neglect to keep violent dogs restrained properly. When dogs are not properly controlled on a leash or fenced in a yard, unsuspecting visitors or those passing by may be the victim of a vicious canine attack. Typically, those who suffer the most disfiguring and debilitating injuries caused by dogs with aggressive propensities are small children and infants. The law provides multiple avenues of recovery to those injured by dogs that have a vicious propensity or that are not properly restrained. A dog owner also may be liable for other forms of negligence, which might include leaving a dog unattended in the proximity of a young child or failing to close a backyard gate.
Defective Product Claims in Coweta County: Companies are expected to provide safe merchandise that is free of defects that may cause injury. When products are not designed with consumer safety in mind or subjected to appropriate quality control testing, those who use pharmaceuticals with undisclosed harmful side effects, motor vehicles with defective airbags and portable electronic devices that pose a risk of fire or electrocution can cause permanent serious injury.
Know your legal rights! Whether you are injured by the negligent, reckless or intentional misconduct of a third party, we invite you to speak to an experienced Coweta County personal injury attorney at Montlick and Associates. Call us today for your Free Consultation. No matter where you are located our attorneys are just a phone call away, and we may even come to you. Call us 24 hours a day/7 days a week for your Free Consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). You can also visit us online at www.montlick.com and use our Free Case Evaluation Form or 24-hour Live Online Chat.