Transparent Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyers to help to get you back on the bike.

Mighty isn't just a team of Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyers. We'll help you every step of the way following your accident.

In 2019, Atlanta accounted for 42% of motorcycle accidents in the entire state of Georgia, with crash-related hospital and emergency room visits totaling $221 million. If you've been involved in a motorcycle accident case, you know that the damage continues after you leave the scene.

By working with an Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyer, you can start to build a case for support, work toward financial freedom, and secure more time for a full recovery—in all aspects of your life.

Trust Mighty Law's Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyers for legal representation and much more. As an all-in-one service, we will assist in all aspects of recovery, whether we're helping you manage vehicle repairs or forge a personalized treatment plan.

Crystal Cooke
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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.

Why Choose Mighty?

At Mighty Law, our Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyers work hard to put you on the path to recovery. We'll help you regain your footing and make strides toward the future with 10% lower legal fees than industry standard. Plus, you only pay if you win.

Resources

Hiring a PI Lawyer
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How do I Know if I Should Pursue a Personal Injury Case?

In order to pursue a personal injury settlement there must be another party responsible for the accident who is able to personally, or more commonly through insurance, provide compensation. You must also have suffered damages in the form of a physical injury or emotional trauma.

The Mighty Team

June 23, 2022

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 6 min read
The In's and Out's of PIP

As car owners, attorneys, and legal funders who deal with motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) know, navigating automobile insurance can be a complicated process. For you, a better understanding of insurance directly affects your ability to make strong investments in the space. Why is it important? The statistics say it all.

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Recovery 101
— 2 min read
Mental Health After An Accident: 5 Statistics That Should Sadden Everyone

At Mighty, we believe that mental health is as important as physical health, and want to highlight some of the terrible statistics we’ve found that prove our point. 

The Mighty Team

June 23, 2022

Expert Reviewed

FAQ

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

In the event of a motorcycle accident, seek medical attention immediately and call law enforcement. The police can help you write an official motorcycle collision report, which is valuable evidence for your motorcycle accident claim.

It's also important to collect photographic evidence showing property damage, road conditions, confusing signs, and other relevant information. If you're able, try to gather the other party's driver's license, insurance information, license plate number, and any witness contact information.

Is Atlanta in a no-fault state for motorcycle accidents?

Georgia is an at-fault state for motorcycle accidents, which applies to all accidents in the city of Atlanta. This means the driver responsible for the crash will cover all of the resulting costs. You may be compensated for medical expenses, accident injuries, property damage, lost income, and more.

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

Settlement information is often kept private, and each case is unique, so it's difficult to arrive at one average amount. Although 75% of personal injury cases settle for less than $30,000, your claim may reach the hundreds of thousands, depending on your situation. A skilled Atlanta personal injury attorney can help you value your settlement, taking into consideration medical expenses, the severity of your accident injuries, property damage, and more.

Is hiring a motorcycle accident lawyer in Atlanta, GA necessary?

While it's not mandatory to hire a lawyer, Atlanta bike crashes often result in serious injuries. An experienced motorcycle accident lawyer will be able to unpack what happened and what might happen next. With professional and transparent legal support, you can begin to understand the facts around your Atlanta motorcycle wreck and get a sense of how other people have managed their recoveries. With information and support in your back pocket, you will feel empowered to fight for the compensation you deserve.

How much does an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer in Atlanta cost through Mighty Law?

Mighty Law's motorcycle accident attorneys work on a contingency basis, which means you pay only if you win. We also charge 10% less than the industry average. Cases that settle directly come with a pre-suit fee of 30% or less of the final settlement amount. Cases requiring a lawsuit have a post-suit fee of 36% or less. Again, these fees are well below the industry average.

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

Start by filling out your contact information online or giving us a call, and a Mighty Law representative will reach out and look into the specifics of your case. Once we have the information we need, we'll assign you a case manager to collect documents and devise a treatment plan.

Our Atlanta motorcycle accident attorney team will then build your case and file a demand letter with the insurance company. Most claims result in a settlement after various rounds of negotiation, but we may also help you file a motorcycle accident lawsuit if needed.

How long will it take to investigate a claim in Atlanta?

The average length of time for a personal injury claim is 1.5 years. In Georgia, you have 2 years to file a motorcycle accident lawsuit after a motorcycle accident. The length of your claim will depend on a handful of key factors, including the insurance companies involved, the circumstances of the motorcycle crash, and whether you wish to pursue a lawsuit.

Who pays for medical bills in a motorcycle accident in Atlanta?

You or your insurance will most likely pay for medical bills immediately following a motorcycle crash. However, since Georgia is an at-fault state, the responsible driver will ultimately cover all charges. You'll receive reimbursement when your case is resolved.

Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Georgia

These attorneys practice personal injury law in Atlanta, 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

Mighty Law Lawyers

Mighty Law lawyers have civil litigation experience, come from mission-driven backgrounds, and agree to a strict Code of Conduct for how they work with clients.

Amy Brown
Amy Brown

Mighty Law Attorney

Amy has 10 years of experience practicing law, including serving as the Senior Assistant Solicitor General for Atlanta Municipal Court. She is a graduate of John Marshall Law School and holds a bachelor's degree from Tennessee State University.

Krista L. Coggins
Krista L. Coggins

Mighty Law Attorney

Krista has 15+ years experience practicing law. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and holds a bachelor's degree from Auburn University.

Crystal Cooke
Crystal Cooke

Mighty Law Attorney

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.