Involved in a Georgia truck accident? Our experienced attorneys can help.

Our Georgia truck accident lawyers care about your case and your future. It makes a Mighty big difference.

Auto accidents are the second leading cause of hospital and ER visits in Georgia (source). And when a large truck is involved, truck accident injuries, damages, and expenses can multiply.

It's normal to want to move past the incident as you navigate the sometimes-complicated path to recovery. An experienced Georgia truck accident lawyer will know exactly what evidence to collect, what questions to ask, and what details to include in your claim so you can receive support and compensation to forge a fresh beginning.

At Mighty Law, we'll apply our facts-based, compassionate approach to your unique case. We're committed to learning more about your specific commercial truck accident, attending to your personal needs, and providing an ethical standard of service no matter what. In exchange, you'll enjoy 10% lower legal fees compared to industry standards, and 60 days to try out the service with no obligation. Even then, you only pay if you win.

Andrew Larson
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Andrew Larson

Andrew is a Texas attorney with over a decade of experience practicing law, including serving veterans as an attorney with the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

Why Choose Mighty?

Mighty Law's team of truck accident lawyers in Georgia is dedicated to putting the power back in your hands. We'll always give you, the truck accident victim, the full story and share the facts as they arise—helping you build a strong case without quotas, quid-pro-quos, or conflicts of interest. And with our no-strings-attached policy, you can walk away within sixty days risk-free if you don't love our service.

Resources

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
The Right (and Wrong) Reasons to Get Medical Treatment After An Accident

If you’re hurt in an accident, the most obvious course of action is to get medical treatment. But getting treatment after an accident has implications that go beyond just your physical health. People get pressure from their attorney to get treatment, even though their attorney may not disclose that often medical treatment from an accident isn’t covered by health insurance, and your legal settlement may depend on the treatment you get.

The Mighty Team

June 23, 2022

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 truck accident in Georgia?

If you're involved in a truck accident, begin by calling 911 and seeking any necessary medical care. If you're able, gather as much information from the accident scene as possible. Request an official police report from law enforcement, take detailed photographs, and keep records of all medical documents. Your Georgia truck accident attorney will likely use this evidence to build your case.

Is Georgia a no-fault state for truck accidents?

Georgia is an at-fault state, meaning that the truck driver responsible for the trucking accident is on the hook for all of the expenses at play. If the trucking company is held responsible, you can seek full coverage for damages incurred, including medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and more. That is, assuming the defendant has sufficient insurance coverage to pay.

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

Unfortunately, there is no recorded average for Georgia settlement cases. Each truck accident is unique, and settlement amounts tend to vary greatly. Cases with relatively minor truck accident injuries may end up with payouts in the tens of thousands. In contrast, cases that involve more serious truck accident injuries can result in settlements in the millions.

When you work with Mighty Law's truck accident team, an important part of the process will involve valuing the impact of the truck accident. We'll search for similar trucking accidents to determine your projected compensation and focus our efforts on helping you receive the outcome you deserve.

Is hiring a truck accident lawyer in Georgia necessary?

After a truck accident, legal representation is probably the last thing on your mind. That's perfectly reasonable and normal. You aren't required to seek legal aid following a commercial truck accident in the state of Georgia, although it may be worth considering that large trucking companies typically operate with top-tier legal representation.

Hiring your own lawyer may help you avoid lowball settlement offers and empower you to seek fair compensation. Mighty Law is unique because if you're not sure, you can try our service for 60 days with no commitment. Even past that, you only pay if you win your case.

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

Because we work on a contingency basis, you'll only pay Mighty Law if you win. While traditional personal injury firms take anywhere from 33-36% of the gross settlement, we charge fees that are 10% lower.

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

After you fill out our online form, we'll start with an initial screening to learn the facts of your truck accident case. Then, we'll assign you a case manager who helps collect evidence and documents. Lastly, we'll file a demand letter with the insurance company and begin negotiations.

Mighty Law stays transparent through the entire process—no quotas, quid-pro-quos, or unreasonable delays on our end. If that doesn't work, Mighty Law will file suit and fight the defendant in a court of law.

How long will it take to investigate a truck accident claim in GA?

The average truck accident claim takes 1.5 years to resolve, but each truck accident case varies. Georgia has a two-year statute of limitations for filing a motor vehicle accident claim. With Mighty Law's no-strings-attached policy, we'll file in 60 days guaranteed, or you will walk away without owing us a cent.

Who pays for medical bills in a truck accident in GA?

You pay for your medical bills immediately following a trucking accident. Once the at-fault truck driver is determined at the end of the case, they will be responsible for medical expenses, property damage, pain and suffering, and other costs of the motor vehicle accident.

Top Truck Accident Lawyers in Georgia

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.

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.