Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys
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Getting in a car accident can be scary, but Mighty is here to help. Mighty is not just a lawyer — we'll help you with everything you need to move forward with your life after an accident.
And Mighty is always free unless we win your case.
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.
Answer a couple easy questions about your car accident, share your contact info, and hit submit. If you'd prefer to call, we'll answer right away.
A Mighty intake manager will speak with you to learn more about your case to see how we can help.
If your case qualifies, we'll help you sign with a Mighty Law lawyer and match you with a Mighty case manager.
Serving Georgia accident victims from Atlanta to Savannah, and everywhere in between.
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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.
Personal injury lawyers work on a contingency model. This means that you pay nothing up front, there’s no hourly rate for the time the lawyer spends on your case; instead the lawyer will take a percentage of your settlement if it settles. If you happen to lose your case, you owe nothing.
Get started by filling out our form here. We will obtain your contact information as well as the details of your case. It is important to provide us with as much information as possible about the accident and how you’re feeling. Once we have collected all the information, a Mighty Law attorney will review your case, and determine if its lawyers and the Mighty team can assist you. Once it’s been determined your case fits our criteria, we will send you a client agreement from Mighty Law to electronically sign via email or text. The client agreement is the first step of a case and allows Mighty and Mighty Law to speak to the insurance companies on your behalf. Our team will be there for you to walk you through each step and answer any questions you may have!
With Mighty, you'll have 60 days from starting to try out the service without any commitment. If you leave during that time, you'll never owe us anything even for the legal work and expenses we incurred up to that point. We do this because we think it's important that people are able to try us out before committing. And even once the 60 days are over, you'll only pay if and when you win your case.
While we will work hard to make sure you receive just compensation for your case, not every case resolves in the client’s favor. If you don’t recover, you don’t owe Mighty anything.
Mighty Law, like most personal injury firms, works on a contingency basis. That means you only pay us a fee if you win - meaning you get a monetary settlement. If that doesn’t happen, we absorb the cost of the time and other expenses we incurred in your case. You won’t get a bill at the end or be responsible for any of it.
Mighty will even will even assist you in obtaining the resources to move forward with things like getting your car repaired and understanding your options for treatment so you can move forward with your life.
The value of a personal injury case is determined by the severity of the case, largely tied to the injuries. PI cases are calculated using the medical bills, lost wages, future medical treatment and pain and suffering. Pain and suffering is the least predictable number in this calculation. There’s no set equation, but this number is a monetary way to compensate for the pain, inconvenience and impact to your life caused by your injuries. Since the settlement amount is based on your bills and pain and suffering, once a settlement amount is agreed to, the proceeds will be used to pay your medical bills, other liens, case expenses and attorney fees—the remainder will be sent to you.