Atlanta Car Accident Attorneys and Wrongful Death Lawyers

Our Atlanta based wrongful death and car accident lawyers hand wrote the information on this site to answer your questions because we know that dealing with accident insurance claims can be risky and frustrating. It is our job to solve your problem and educate you about the insurance claims and litigation process. We want you asking smart questions so you know you are getting the right answer. 

Why should you follow our advice? 

We give no-nonsense legal guidance backed by over 32 years of combined trial experience by lawyers who used to work for insurance companies.

Don't just take our word for it though; please read our actual client testimonials:

When you call the number above, you will be connected directly with one of the firm's lawyers. We have multiple offices allowing our injury attorneys in Atlanta, Athens, Gainesville, Jonesboro, Savannah and Conyers to accept cases across the State of Georgia.

What Do You Want to Learn About?

Christopher Simon:

  • 19 Years of Injury and Wrongful Death Trial Experience
  • Former Insurance Company lawyer for: USAA, Liberty Mutual, Wassau, Safeco, Empire Fire and Marine, Lincoln General, Cotton States and Farmers Insurance.
  • Super Lawyers Selection 2009-2016
  • Selected Top 100 Lawyer in Georgia by Super Lawyers 2014, 2015, 2016

Harrison Spires:

  • 6 Years of Trial Experience
  • Former Insurance Company Lawyer for Trucking Companies

Tyler Bridgers

  • 5 Years of Trial Experience

The firm handles cases across the state of Georgia and has offices in Atlanta, Athens, Gainesville, Savannah and Conyers. With over $30 million in verdicts and settlements in the last five years alone, you can feel confident trusting in the lawyers' extensive trial experience and good reputation.

After you have educated yourself on your rights under the law, call us to discuss your options.  Our car accident lawyers will always offer a free consultation and if your case meets the firm's criteria for acceptance, the lawyers will meet with you personally and establish a binding time line and strategy for handling your case.

The firm does not charge a retainer and only gets paid if they reach a verdict at trial or settle your case.

Click here to read about how much our injury lawyers charge to take a case. Please understand that until a retainer agreement is entered into, no attorney-client relationship is established.