Since 1984, our firm has successfully handled thousands of cases by getting injured people the compensation and benefits they deserve. We represent only injured people and their families. We do not and will not represent insurance companies, governmental organizations or corporations.
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.
We have a large team of dedicated and caring professionals, including 43 attorneys and over 170 staff (team members) committed to providing you with exceptional service and personal attention. Our attorneys and team members are equipped with the tools and resources to efficiently and accurately handle our clients' legal matters. This includes the tracking of thousands of details on clients' cases, collecting of evidence, keeping clients informed and complying with legal time deadlines, to name a few.
At Montlick & Associates, we care a great deal about our clients. Our attorneys and staff know how stressful it is to be injured, and we strive to treat each client the way we would want to be treated if we were a client. To us, this means keeping clients well informed of important developments, promptly returning phone calls, and routinely sending correspondence regarding their case.
Our clients know that we are working to protect their rights, and that we are effectively handling their legal matters. This enables them to focus on getting well, their families, and returning to their day-to-day lives. We tell our clients: "We want you to concentrate on getting well. We want to hear from you if you have any questions or concerns. This is your case, and we work for you, not the other way around." This is the kind of service we've been giving for over 36 years. And it's what we will do for you too.
Unfortunately, justice is not automatic. There are specific steps that you need to take to protect your rights. For example, time deadlines or "Statutes of Limitations" apply to all legal matters. These limitations mean that if certain actions (such as giving proper notice or filing suit, to name a few) are not taken within applicable time periods, you can lose valuable legal rights, including your right to pursue a claim. There are also time deadlines in insurance policies that can affect your right to pursue a claim. Only an attorney who very closely examines your situation can determine exactly what time limitations and notification requirements apply to a particular legal matter. This is another reason we advise injured people to consult with an attorney promptly.
Our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to explain your rights and the steps that need to be taken to protect those rights.
To contact us for your free consultation, please call our 24/7 toll-free number at 1-800-LAW NEED or use our 24/7 live online chat.