A good personal injury lawyer will be able to help you file your claim and get you the compensation you deserve. They will also handle the insurance companies for you and work to settle your case.
Attorney John Sherrod takes cases involving personal injury, workers’ compensation, motor vehicle accidents, and wrongful death. He is an accomplished member of the American Association for Justice and graduated from the Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University. Read more.
With Highways 78 and 100 crossing the city, Tallapoosa is home to a number of car accidents. These crashes often result in serious injuries and property damage. If the crash was caused by an uninsured or under-insured driver, it is important to contact a personal injury lawyer right away.
One common car accident injury is whiplash. It happens when your neck is suddenly moved forward and backward quickly. This can lead to severe pain and stiffness in your neck and shoulders.
Our law firm works with clients to obtain maximum compensation for their injuries. We are experienced, dependable and knowledgeable in injury law. Whether through settlement, bench or jury trial, we will fight for your rights. We provide free initial consultations. Contact our office today.
A motorcycle accident can leave you with significant medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. Under Georgia law, the driver who caused your injuries is responsible for compensating you for these losses.
Attorney Cade Parian works to ensure that his clients receive full compensation to help them revert their lives back to normal following an accident or injury. He also takes a personal interest in his clients and makes sure that they understand the details of their case. His client-centric approach helps his clients relax and know that their attorney is fighting for them. He handles cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, and mass torts. He is a member of the American Association for Justice and the National Bar Association. He is licensed to practice in all state courts in Georgia.
Slip & Fall Accidents
Whether you or someone you love has suffered a slip and fall accident at a local grocery store, mall, office building or other business premise, a qualified Tallapoosa GA personal injury lawyer can help you recover the compensation you deserve. Under Georgia premises liability laws, property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe and free of hazards that could cause injury.
The most serious injuries from a slip and fall accident involve fractures, head trauma, spinal cord damage, or other life-changing conditions. Injuries that are less severe but still very painful include soft-tissue injuries such as sprains and strains. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be entitled to recover a wide range of damages, including medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
Medical malpractice is a complicated and time-consuming legal case to litigate. Proving that a physician did not provide the appropriate level of care under similar circumstances requires expert medical testimony.
Medical mistakes like misdiagnosis can have severe consequences for patients. Our law firm helps victims recover both economic and noneconomic damages for their injuries.
Our firm represents clients injured by medical malpractice, including surgical errors, anesthesia errors, and emergency room mistakes. We also represent people who are hurt by recreational watercraft, such as boats, jet-skis and wave runners, operated irresponsibly. These accidents may occur due to negligent actions such as intoxication or recklessness. They can result in serious injuries and even death. Our firm handles these types of cases throughout north Georgia. Our lawyers will stand by your side every step of the way.
Wrongful death cases are difficult to handle and involve a tremendous amount of grief. Nonetheless, a wrongful death lawsuit can help the surviving family members recover compensation for their losses.
In general, a wrongful death claim is brought by the survivors of the deceased person to recover damages that reflect the full value of the deceased person’s life. These claims can include medical expenses, burial costs, pain and suffering and in some situations, punitive damages.
Survivors who are eligible to receive damages vary from state to state, but typically include spouses, children, parents of unmarried children, and siblings. These claims can also be brought by the administrators of an estate to recover medical bills, funeral expenses and other expenses incurred before the death. These two claims are generally separate, but may be joined in a single lawsuit.