Atlanta Car Accident LAWYER
We Help Auto Accident Victims Across Georgia
Whether you have a long commute to work every day, rarely drive, or rely on public transportation or rideshare services to get around, you may be at risk of being involved in a traffic accident. These collisions happen in an instant, often without warning, and can cause serious, lasting injuries. What’s worse, victims may find themselves unable to put the pieces of their lives back together due to financial difficulties and emotional trauma. Insurance companies must often be pressured to provide fair settlements to claimants, sometimes even in court.
If you want a strong advocate in your corner after a serious auto accident, consider the Law Office of Brandon Dixon, P.C. We know what you are going through and can guide you toward a swift, positive resolution of your claim. Led by Atlanta car accident attorney Brandon Dixon, we can focus on getting you a great settlement while you focus on what matters most – your health.
Types of Car Accident Cases in Georgia We Handle
There are many different types of car accidents, with varying causes. We have the wherewithal to take on cases involving:
- Distracted driving
- Uber and Lyft accidents
- Rental vehicle accidents
- Driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs
- Defective auto parts
- Dangerous roadways
- Accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists
- Rear-end accidents
- Head-on collisions
- T-bone and side impact crashes
- Accidents involving large trucks
Is Georgia a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?
Georgia is an at-fault state. Since Georgia is an at-fault state when it comes to car accidents, this means that if 51% or more of the fault can be placed on the other driver, you will not be held liable for the accident. The driver that is held liable will not be able to seek compensation from the other driver. You should call the police to come to the scene, so you can obtain a police report. With a police report, you will have much more credibility and will be much more credible than the other driver’s word.
Does Insurance Follow the Car or Driver in Georgia?
In Georgia, car insurance follows the car. Types of car insurance that follows the car are personal injury liability, comprehensive, and collision. In Georgia, you are required to carry property damage liability and bodily injury liability. Since car insurance follows the car, if you let someone borrow your car and got into an accident, insurance will cover the driver, passenger, and damage to the other driver’s vehicle.
After an Atlanta Car Accident
Set aside any preconceived notions that you may be to blame for your accident. If you’ve been seriously injured, seek medical attention and talk to an attorney about your legal options. Even if you think you could have been at fault, only a thorough investigation into the incident will reveal its true cause. Let Atlanta car accident lawyer Brandon Dixon protect your best interests and pursue the financial recovery you deserve.
“His knowledge and experience were instrumental in suppressing my anxiety, resulting in peace of mind throughout this process.”- Adrienne
“I've also referred him and they had a pleasant experience as well!”- Deji
“My son's case was closed, thanks to Mr. Dixon I would definitely hire him again.”- Evelyn P.