Atlanta Personal Injury Law Firm

Have you been injured through no fault of your own? You deserve to be compensated for your injuries and losses by those responsible for your accident. However, pursuing a personal injury claim for compensation can be factually and legally complex. As you recover from your serious injuries, you may not have the time, focus and energy to also pursue compensation from the responsible party.

The Atlanta personal injury attorneys of Spaulding Injury Law are here to help you. We will fight for the financial recovery that you need and deserve. We have more than 25 years of combined legal experience, and our attorneys have worked tirelessly to help our clients recover millions of dollars in compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We have been recognized for our work and success and have been named to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers and’s list of Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Atlanta 2020.

We care about each client. We always provide personalized, one-on-one attention and dedicated representation. If you have been injured in an accident in Atlanta, contact Spaulding Injury Law today. Schedule a free case evaluation with one of our personal injury attorneys. As you tell us about your case, you’ll learn more about your rights and options for compensation.

How Our Atlanta Personal Injury Attorneys Can Help You

When you hire Spaulding Injury Law to represent you in a personal injury case, you will get a legal team who will:

  • Evaluate your claim for free – We recognize that you may have many questions about your claim and how to pursue compensation. We offer no-obligation consultations that will help you understand your rights and options. We’ll explain how we can maximize the value of your claim.
  • Investigate your accident – We will secure all relevant evidence in your claim. That will allow us to persuasively explain how your accident occurred and who was at fault for your injuries. Where necessary, we will work with experts who can evaluate and explain your claim.
  • Identify all liable parties – We will identify all parties who share legal liability for your injuries. Our main priority will be to identify the person or persons who caused your accident. We will also identify employers who have vicarious liability. We may show that your injuries were caused by defective products or dangerous conditions on a property. We will also identify all available sources of compensation, such as insurance policies. Our goal is to ensure that you receive full financial recovery.
  • Document your losses – We will document your losses so that you are fully compensated for them. We will collect records of your medical treatment, lost wages or income, and other damages.
  • Demand maximum compensation – We will aggressively negotiate on your behalf with the insurance companies and defense law firms. We want to make certain you get full and fair compensation. We will also prepare to take your case to court, if necessary, for your best chance at maximum financial recovery.

Our attorneys understand that this is one of the most challenging times in your life. We will do everything in our power to make you whole again and help you recover what you’re owed.

Spaulding Injury Law

50 Hurt Plaza SE #1536

Atlanta, GA 30303

Phone: (770) 744-0890

Spaulding Injury Law, Personal Injury Lawyer, Lawrenceville, GA

Personal Injury Cases We Handle

At Spaulding Injury Law, we fight to protect the rights and interests of injured victims throughout the Atlanta area. We help innocent persons who have been harmed through no fault of their own. We have extensive experience handling all types of personal injury claims, including:

No matter what circumstances caused your injuries, the Atlanta personal injury attorneys of Spaulding Injury Law are here. We’ll help you secure the financial recovery and justice that you need and deserve.

What Damages Can You Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

When you have been injured by the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation for the damages you’ve incurred. The damages in a personal injury claim include:

  • Medical expenses, including hospital and doctor’s bills, surgery, prescription medication, therapy, rehab, medical equipment, long-term care, or even home alterations to accommodate permanent disabilities caused by your injuries.
  • Lost wages, if you miss work while recovering from your injuries.
  • Lost earning capacity, if your injuries prevent you from returning to your job and you suffer reduced income as a result.
  • Pain and suffering, which includes the physical and emotional anguish and distress caused by your injuries.
  • Lost quality of life, which can result from permanent disfigurement or disability, the inability to participate in activities you enjoyed prior to your injuries, or the inability to perform normal tasks of daily living.
  • Loss of consortium, which compensates your spouse for the loss of your intimate companionship and society.

You can also recover compensation for property damage that you suffered in the accident. For example, if you were involved in a car accident, you may be entitled to the repair costs of your vehicle or the cash value of your vehicle if it was totaled.

In rare circumstances, you may also be entitled to punitive damages. Punitive damages are not meant to compensate a loss that you have incurred. Instead, punitive damages punish the at-fault party for particularly egregious, shocking behavior.

Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in Georgia

If you have been injured in Georgia due to someone else’s careless actions, you have a limited time period in which to file a lawsuit. This period is known as the statute of limitations. Under Georgia law, the statute of limitations for a lawsuit related to personal injury is two years from the date of injury. If you do not file your lawsuit before the statute of limitation expires, the court can permanently dismiss your case.

In certain circumstances, the court may pause, or “toll,” the running of the statute of limitations. For example, the statute of limitations does not begin to run for an injured minor until he or she turns 18 years old. The statute of limitations can also be tolled when an injured plaintiff does not know of the facts and circumstances giving rise to their lawsuit — and would not have discovered those facts and circumstances through reasonable diligence.

If you have a personal injury claim against a government entity, you must provide the government with notice of your claim, usually in less time than the statute of limitations. For example:

  • Municipal governments such as Atlanta must receive notice of your personal injury claim within six months of your injury.
  • The state government must receive notice within 12 months of your injury.
  • The federal government must receive notice within two years of your injury.

If you fail to provide those governments with timely notice of your injury, or establish good cause for late filing, your case can be dismissed.

What to Do If You’ve Been Hurt in an Accident in Atlanta

If you have been injured in Atlanta due to someone else’s actions or negligence, take steps to protect your rights and options for compensation:

  1. Report your accident or injury. Where applicable, report your accident and injury. For example, if you were in a motor vehicle accident, call the police to have an officer prepare an accident report. If you were in a slip and fall accident inform the property or business owner.
  2. Take down the names and contact information of everyone involved in your accident. You may need that information if you later assert a claim against them.
  3. Document the accident scene and your injuries. If possible, photograph or video the accident scene. Document what caused your injury, and photograph the surrounding area, as well as the lighting and weather conditions (if applicable). Photograph any visible injuries that you have.
  4. Seek medical attention. Promptly follow up with a doctor to diagnose and document your injuries. Promptly identifying your injuries will allow you to establish that they were caused by the accident in question and not another incident.
  5. Follow up with an Atlanta personal injury attorney. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you to understand your legal rights and options after you have been injured through no fault of your own. An attorney can also negotiate on your behalf with the insurance companies.
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Head-on Collision Case

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Our Practice Areas

With decades of combined legal experience, our Atlanta personal injury attorneys have successfully handled a broad range of complex cases.
Car Accidents icon
Our firm will immediately launch an investigation into your crash to preserve evidence and document the full extent of your losses. Learn More
Motorcycle Accidents icon
We hold careless drivers accountable when they fail to look out for motorcyclists, leading to catastrophic injuries. Learn More
Truck Accidents icon
Our lawyers have the skills and the resources to take on large trucking companies and their aggressive insurers. Learn More
Dog Bites icon
We know how painful and traumatizing dog attacks can be. We fight for the full compensation you need to heal. Learn More
Slip and Falls icon
Our attorneys pursue maximum compensation from property owners when dangerous conditions lead to serious injuries. Learn More
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Our compassionate attorneys demand justice for families who have lost loved ones in accidents that could have been prevented. Learn More

Talk to an Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney Now

If you or a loved one have been injured in Atlanta by the careless or reckless actions of another party, seek compensation from those responsible for your injuries. Don’t wait another day to start seeking the compensation you need and deserve.

Contact Spaulding Injury Law today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our dedicated, knowledgeable Atlanta personal injury attorneys.