Personal Injury Lawyer - Lawrenceville, GA
Lawrenceville Office Location
The Gwinnett Accident Lawyer:
R. Michael Coker
90 Langley Drive
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046
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Do You Need a Lawrenceville Personal Injury Lawyer?
Most residents of Lawrenceville never expect to need to hire a personal injury lawyer in their lifetime, but accidents do happen. You could be the victim of a car accident on Sugarloaf Parkway or you could be injured as a pedestrian on the Downtown Lawrenceville Square. If you are injured in Lawrenceville, you might be wondering if you need a Lawrenceville personal injury lawyer.
We handle these types of cases in Lawrenceville:
Car accidents are the most common cause of a personal injury. Drivers in Lawrenceville are required to follow the law and the rules of the road. When the drivers fail to obey those rules, people can get hurt. If you were injured after an accident, you should speak to a personal injury lawyer to make sure that your rights are protected.
Slip and fall accidents occur in retail stores, restaurants, and even on public or private sidewalks. Trip and fall injuries are a type of slip and fall case. If you slipped or tripped on something, our Lawrenceville team is here and willing to help.
Truck accidents are not like other accident cases and require specialized knowledge of truck regulations and laws. Our Lawrenceville truck accident lawyers understand these laws and our 24 hour response team is ready to respond to your truck accident to protect your case.
Motorcycle accidents cause some of the worst injuries and can require surgeries to correct broken bones, torn ligaments, and damaged scar tissue. We handle motorcycle cases from our Lawrenceville office to make sure that our clients have strong legal representation after a serious collision.
Our Lawrenceville team handles dog bite cases. Dog bites can cause permanent scarring on children and adults, and owners are required to keep their dogs on a leash in Lawrenceville and the surrounding cities when not on their property. A loose running dog or a dangerous dog means you have a dog bite case.
Bike accidents occur when drivers in Lawrenceville are not paying attention. They could be talking on the phone or engaging in other distracted driving. Our Lawrenceville personal injury lawyers will do what is necessary to protect your rights as a cyclist by collecting the evidence needed to win your case.
If you have lost a loved one due to someone else's negligence or intentional actions, you could have a wrongful death action. Wrongful death is a subspecialty at our firm. Our personal injury lawyers are both compassionate and aggressive in representing the love ones. While our team cannot bring you loved one back, we can make sure that the family is protected financially moving forward.
In conclusion, these the main practice areas that we handle from our office in Lawrenceville. Please give us a call if you believe that we can help you with your case.
Free Consultation with a Lawrenceville Personal Injury Lawyer: 678-935-6000
What to do after a Lawrenceville accident:
1. Call the Police.
Call 9-1-1 to report the accident to the City of Lawrenceville Police Department or the Gwinnett County Police Department. The 9-1-1 dispatcher will direct you to the correct police agency once you explain exactly where the incident occurred.
2. Seek Medical Treatment.
If something does not feel right, get checked out at the emergency room. Northside Hospital Gwinnett is the closest, but do not be afraid to request an ambulance if you feel like it is an emergency. The ambulance staff will assess you and determine the best place to take your for your injuries.
3. Call an Attorney.
Call a Lawrenceville personal injury lawyer that understands these cases. Your case is too important to trust with someone who does not specialize in personal injury law and who knows Lawrenceville. Hiring an attorney outside of Lawrenceville who is unfamiliar with the area is not recommended.
4. Meet with Your Attorney.
Schedule a meeting or phone call with your attorney - not a paralegal or secretary. Sadly, some of the attorneys who "practice" in Lawrenceville don't live in Gwinnett County or even in the State of Georgia. Michael Coker and Samantha Ball are attorneys who live in Gwinnett and meet every client of the firm.
5. Get Well.
Trust your attorney to help with medical treatment, unpaid bills, and missed work. A strong Lawrenceville personal injury lawyer will fight to get you the best possible settlement to help compensate your for your experience and losses in this difficult time. You can focus on feeling better soon.