If you have a personal injury that has caused you significant pain and suffering, missed time at work, medical expenses, and emotional distress, someone may owe you financial compensation. The civil justice system in Georgia grants injured victims the right to pursue money damages from the parties at-fault for their accidents. At Bross McAllister & Williams, LLC we represent injured clients in Snellville during personal injury claims to optimize their chances of obtaining fair compensation. Find out if you have grounds for a claim today. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.
Why Choose Us?
Our lawyers believe when you put clients first, the results will come. We tailor our legal strategies and efforts to each client’s unique goals. You will benefit from personal attention from a lead attorney.
Our attorneys have used their passion for the craft and determination to help clients to obtain outstanding case results. We have secured positive settlements and verdicts for hundreds of clients.
Our Snellville personal injury lawyers represent clients on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay us a cent out of pocket. We take our fees from any recovery we obtain for you – and only if we win your case.
What Is Personal Injury Law?
A personal injury case is a type of civil tort claim that aims to hold a defendant (the at-fault party) liable for a plaintiff’s (the injured party) damages. It is a civil remedy available for victims of negligence. While not all personal injury claims center on the legal doctrine of negligence, most do. A successful personal injury claim could reimburse the plaintiff for damages related to the defendant’s negligence, recklessness or wrongdoing.
What Is Negligence in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
Negligence refers to the failure of a defendant to exercise reasonable care – a degree of care a prudent party would have used under the same circumstances. In general, winning an injury claim takes establishing that the defendant owed the plaintiff a duty of care, failed to fulfill this duty and caused the plaintiff’s injuries. Some cases, however, use the doctrine of strict liability. Strict liability claims do not require the victim to prove negligence. It is also possible to base a claim on an intentional tort, such as physical assault or another crime. A Gwinnett County personal injury lawyer can help you establish negligence in your injury claim.
Cases We Represent
At BMW Law Group, we are passionate about helping the citizens of Snellville stand up for their rights after serious and preventable accidents. We are proud to have the resources, personnel and experience to accept many different types of personal injury claims throughout the State of Georgia.
If you believe you have a case against someone, contact our Snellville personal injury attorneys for legal advice. This is not a comprehensive list of all our practice areas. We may be able to help you or a loved one fight for fair compensation from one or more defendants depending on the facts of your case.
How Much Is My Claim Worth?
During a personal injury suit in Georgia, the civil courts allow a claimant to demand compensation for both economic and noneconomic damages. Your lawyer could help you bring a cause of action seeking compensation for your past and future medical bills, lost wages, physical pain, emotional distress, property damages, legal fees, punitive damages and more. Each claimant has a different experience, complaint and injury. The value of your claim is something we can discuss in more detail during a free case review after we learn the facts of your case.
Contact a Snellville Personal Injury Lawyer Today
An accident that causes a personal injury such as a broken bone, brain injury or spinal cord damage could mean you have grounds to bring a civil lawsuit against a negligent party in Snellville. Work with our local personal injury lawyers to maximize your odds of achieving a settlement or judgment award. We can guide you through your lawsuit from start to finish. Start by scheduling a free consultation online or at (770) 225-4710.