Pedestrian Injury Lawyers: Athens, Georgia
You should always consult with an attorney after any pedestrian accident — compensation for medical expenses and other losses not covered by the negligent driver's policy will often be covered by the injured person's own auto policy. Sometimes these policies require prompt notice of the injury.
At Hudson, Montgomery, Kalivoda & Connelly, people who have been injured as pedestrians can count on us for strong, experienced legal representation.
Talk to an Attorney about Your Rights — Call 706.549.9823
We have handled pedestrian injury and wrongful death claims throughout Athens-Clarke County and the northeast Georgia region, including:
- Pedestrians hit by careless or drunk drivers
- Hit and run accidents
- Public transportation and school bus accidents
- Pedestrian accidents involving government, college or university-owned vehicles
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord damage
- Wrongful death
- 1st party insurance claims
Because of our experience, track record of success and trial preparation, our firm is often able to secure the best settlements for our clients and save them the time, expense and stress of trial.
In addition, we would also like to emphasize that personal attention and client service are not an afterthought at our firm. Here, you will be able to have direct and frequent contact with the attorney handling your case, and you will be kept informed and involved in the process throughout.
Serving the People of
Athens-Clarke County and Northeast Georgia Since 1972
If you or a family member has been hit by a car, a moped or any other type of motor vehicle, we encourage you to call or contact our firm online.
Initial consultation is free. It costs nothing to speak to a lawyer about your case. Many cases are handled on a contingent fee basis, which means there is no fee at all unless a recovery is obtained for you.
Contingent attorneys’ fees refer only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.