Our firm will fight for you to make sure you are compensated for any and all harm done to you in your accident.
If you were injured in an automobile accident, there are many things to be concerned about; physical injuries, vehicle damage, lost income and hospital bills will all need to be considered.
I am dedicated to helping to level the playing field between good people made victims by the insurance companies. Every member of our firm feels exactly the same way. We dedicate ourselves to successfully getting the money you deserve when you have been injured wrongfully by another.
Many people do not realize the amount of work required in handling auto mobile accident cases. Our firm has the skill and the experience required to successfully handle your case. If you feel as if your injuries were caused by the actions of another, call The Issa Law Firm for a free consultation. We will do everything the law allows to make sure you are restored to legal, physical, and financial health as soon as possible. Georgia laws may bar your suit for damages if you wait too long. We can not stop bad things from happening to good people, but our firm will do everything in our power to make good come from a bad situation. Call now 404-968-2600!
In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, every 10 seconds someone in the United States is involved in a car accident. In 2009, there were an estimated 6,159,000 police reported traffic crashes, in which 43,443 people were killed and 2,699,000 people were injured. Other startling facts are as follows:
- Motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of injury death in the United States for people ages 3 to 33.
- Motor vehicle crashes took the lives of 2,348 children (ages 1 to 15) and 6,964 teenagers (ages 16 to 20) in 2005. Older adults (over 65) continue to be a high-risk age group for motor vehicle fatalities.
- In the United States, 4,881 pedestrians died from traffic-related injuries and another 59,119 pedestrians sustained non-fatal injuries in 2005.
- In 2005, 33% of traffic fatalities were alcohol related; either the driver or an affected person (e.g., a pedestrian or a bicyclist) had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of at least 0.08 gram per deciliter (g/dl).