Lean on Mighty's Georgia motorcycle accident lawyers for support after your accident.

Searching for a motorcycle accident attorney in Georgia? Let's maximize your resources and minimize your stress.

According to Georgia's 2021 Department of Driver Services report, 63% of motorcycle accidents in the state involved more than one vehicle, with multi-vehicle crashes accounting for 60% of serious injuries (source). In these stressful situations, medical bills can pile up. So can questions about who is responsible, who can help, and how to move forward.

We know that the aftermath of a motorcycle crash can be painful and complex. Mighty Law's team of skilled Georgia motorcycle accident lawyers will work to simplify the process, using their expertise in Georgia motorcycle law to build the strongest possible case for your financial and medical recovery.

At every step of the process, you'll be working with people who have your best interest at heart—ensuring that your legal representation works for you.

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Crystal Cooke

Crystal has 10+ years experience practicing law. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut Law School, from which she also earned an LL.M., and holds a master's degree from Northeastern University.


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What should I do if I get in a motorcycle accident in GA?

If you've been involved in a motorcycle accident in Georgia, the first and most important step is to receive any medical attention you may require. If possible, you may want to notify the police and see that an official motorcycle collision report is written.

Try to gather as much evidence as possible, including photographs of vehicle damage, road signs, weather conditions, and any other factors that may have contributed to the motorcycle crash. This is the case whether your crash occurred on a crowded Atlanta street, or on a rural Jenkins County highway.

Is Georgia a no-fault state for motorcycle accidents?

Georgia is an at-fault state. This means that the party responsible for the motorcycle crash must cover all the resulting fees and expenses—but only at the end of a case, once a settlement has been reached. If there is a question of who is at fault, hiring a personal injury lawyer can help you clarify any confusion and build a strong case.

What is the average settlement for a motorcycle accident in Georgia?

Many cases settle for the tens of thousands while some reach the millions, though 75% of personal injury cases settle for under $30,000. However, each motorcycle accident case is unique, and settlement information is kept private, so we cannot provide an average amount.

Depending on the severity of injuries, medical expenses, the presence of lasting disabilities, and other factors, your case may settle for several thousand dollars or reach far more. Part of Mighty Law's work is valuing your projected settlement amount and advocating for an offer that can help you move forward with peace of mind.

Is hiring a motorcycle accident lawyer in Georgia necessary?

Hiring a motorcycle accident attorney in Georgia is not strictly necessary, but experienced legal representation can help ensure that you receive fair treatment from the defendant's insurance company.

Before you type “motorcycle accident lawyer Georgia” into your Google or Yahoo search bar, consider seeking dedicated legal support with a proven track record and local expertise. Mighty Law's personal injury attorneys are trained to probe into every detail of a motorcycle collision, asking questions about safety violations, confusing road signs, weather conditions, and more, to help you recover what you deserve.

How much does a GA motorcycle accident lawyer in Georgia cost through Mighty Law?

Our Georgia motorcycle accident legal team works on a contingency basis, so you only pay if you win. We charge 10% less than the industry average, with all legal fees amounting to 36% or less of the gross settlement if the case goes to court, and 30% if the case settles before a lawsuit is filed.

What does the process of working with Mighty Law look like?

We begin by learning more about your unique case. After you reach out by phone or on our website, we'll connect you with a Georgia motorcycle accident lawyer—or a member of their team—to get to learn about what happened.

If we can help, we'll move forward with a retainer agreement and assign a case manager to help collect important documentation—things like medical bills, accident reports, and more.

Mighty Law's personal injury claim lawyers will then build a case on your behalf and negotiate offers with the counterparty's insurance company. In some instances, we'll help you file a motorcycle accident lawsuit. Throughout this process, we'll help you find and pay for medical treatment and other services to guide you along the path to recovery.

How long will it take to investigate a motorcycle accident claim in Georgia?

There's no standard length of time for claims investigations in the state of Georgia. Some cases take less than a year to reach payout, while others can continue for five years or more. Your individual situation will vary based on a variety of factors such as:

  • The counterparty's insurance company and policy limits
  • The complexity of the case and whether fault is being disputed
  • The amount of evidence available
  • The severity of injuries incurred

We can't predict the future, but we can do our best to try. But one thing we can promise: we'll work tirelessly on your behalf from day one.

Who pays for medical bills in a motorcycle accident case in Georgia?

Because Georgia is an at-fault state, the driver responsible for the motorcycle wreck is liable for the medical bills at the end of the case. This is in addition to punitive damages and economic damages, which together make up your total settlement.

However: we know that being reimbursed for medical bills down the line isn't always good enough. After all, who will pay for those medical bills right now? Luckily, in Georgia, there are many medical providers—pain managers, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, and beyond—who will treat you “on lien.” Being treated on lien means your medical provider will be paid when you win your case.

Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Georgia

These attorneys practice personal injury law in Georgia. They are not affiliated with Mighty or Mighty Law. Mighty Law may refer clients to outside law firms but neither Mighty or Mighty Law recommend specific attorneys.

Morgan & Morgan

(404) 965-8811

191 Peachtree Street Ne, Suite 4200, Atlanta, GA 30303

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.

(404) 885-1983

1355 Peachtree Street, Ne, Suite 1000, Atlanta, GA 30309

Law Offices of Kanner & Pintaluga

(770) 755-9651

201 Peachtree St. N.E., Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30303

John Foy & Associates Personal Injury Law

(404) 341-6447

3343 Peachtree Rd Ne #350, Atlanta, GA 30326

The Roth Firm

(844) 252-5798

950 East Paces Ferry Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326


3423 Piedmont Rd NE

Suite 232

Atlanta, GA 30305

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