Snellville Auto Accident Attorneys

When you climb behind the wheel and leave your home, it is unlikely that you stopped to consider the possibility that you might be involved in a Snellville auto accident. Motor vehicle accidents are not something that people typically anticipate so auto accidents can be a major disruption when they occur. In many cases, Snellville auto accident victims may suffer permanent injuries or the loss of a loved one. If you suffer severe injury in an auto collision you may experience impaired cognitive functioning, limitations on mobility and inability to engage in your occupation, as well as diminished enjoyment of your personal relationships and daily life experiences. Our dedicated and experienced Snellville auto accident attorneys provide quality representation in all types of motor vehicle and car accidents throughout Snellville and the surrounding area.

Our Snellville auto accident attorneys have been successfully representing those injured by negligent drivers who were drinking and driving, driving while texting, driving at an unsafe speed or otherwise driving in a manner that puts others at risk since 1984. Because we have handled many Snellville auto accidents, we have the experience and expertise to handle the full spectrum of Snellville car accident cases, including the following:

  • Single car road departure crashes
  • T-bone accidents
  • Chain reaction accidents
  • Collisions between cars and bicycles
  • Tractor-trailer collisions
  • Distracted driving accidents
  • Rollovers involving SUVs, 15 passenger vans and other vehicles
  • Motor vehicles running over pedestrians
  • Backover accidents
  • Sideswipe collisions
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Rear-end collisions
  • Crashes caused by drunk drivers
  • Head-on accidents

While there are a multitude of types of collisions, most accidents are not really accidents at all. The vast majority of motor vehicle accidents in Snellville and throughout the surrounding area are the result of drivers making a conscious choice to engage in unsafe driving practices including speeding, talking on a cell phone, tailgating another vehicle, text messaging behind the wheel, driving while intoxicated or other forms of unsafe driving. These types of negligent conduct can lead to devastating Snellville car accidents that result in permanent injuries and even fatalities. Some common types of injuries that occur in Snellville auto accidents include:

  • Paralysis from damage to the spinal cord
  • Head injuries including traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Bone crush injuries, fractures and broken bones
  • Severe damage to internal organs
  • Full thickness third-degree burns
  • Whiplash injuries of the neck and spine
  • Amputation of arms or legs
  • Dislocation of shoulders, elbows, knees, ankles and other joints
  • Herniated disk and other back injuries
  • Wrongful death

The aggressive and compassionate Snellville car accident attorneys at Montlick and Associates recognize the obstacles faced by personal injury victims. We routinely develop innovative settlement and litigation strategies when pursuing the best possible outcome for our clients. Our Snellville car accident legal team is committed to high standards of legal representation and ethics supported by reasonable, timely communication with our clients.

Be aware of your legal rights! If you have been injured because of the failure of a driver on the streets or highways of Snellville to engage in prudent driving practices, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Call now for a FREE CONSULTATION with Montlick and Associates' experienced Snellville car accident 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 your FREE CONSULTATION. Alternatively, you can visit our website at to make use of our FREE CASE EVALUATION FORM or 24-hour live online chat service.

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Many of our blog articles discuss the law. All information provided about the law is very general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Every situation is different, and should be analyzed by a lawyer who can provide individualized advice based on the facts involved in your unique situation, and a consideration of all of the nuances of the statutes and case law that apply at the time.