Pursuing the Full Extent of Compensation for Your Personal Injury Losses

When a person suffers a serious injury or loses a loved one because of the intentional or negligent acts of another person, business or government entity, they are entitled to compensation. Commonly referred to as a personal injury or wrongful death claim, Georgia state laws protect victims and their families who have incurred physical and monetary damages due to a tragic, but preventable, event. Collecting compensation in these cases is rarely easy, however.

From our office in Atlanta, the legal team at Hungeling Rubenfield Law represents clients in accident and death cases resulting from:

  • Motor vehicle accidents, including car, truck, motorcycle, boats, ATVs and airplanes
  • Medical malpractice
  • Dangerous products (aka product liability), including consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and medical devices
  • Unsafe personal or business property (aka premises liability), including negligent security, slip-and-falls and animal attacks
  • Wrongful Death

A number of factors often make personal injury cases complex. These include the availability and amount of insurance proceeds, differing versions of the facts, timelines within which to file a claim and other legal hurdles. This is why it is critically important to have an experienced personal injury attorney working on your behalf to maximize your recovery for:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium

Pay No Fees Unless We Collect for You

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in a preventable accident, or if your family has lost a member to a tragic event, your life may never be the same. However, a personal injury or wrongful death claim can help ease the burden of expenses that will have to be paid in the coming years.

Contact our lawyers today to evaluate your options and chances for success. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your case, and you pay no attorneys' fee unless we successfully resolve your case through settlement or verdict.