Why You Should Turn to Our Firm for Help
Our Atlanta personal injury attorney can help you pursue just restitution after a car accident caused by another driver’s negligence. If you or someone you love was injured in a traffic collision in which another individual was at fault, you act now to pursue the legal resolution necessary to get your life back in order. You may be eligible for compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages both present and future, and more. As a skilled personal injury attorney, Jeff Gilbert has helped many Georgia residents successfully fight the insurance companies and obtain the restitution they deserved. He knows how to maximize his clients’ payouts and he is prepared to put the full advantage of his successful experience to work for you.
Contact the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Gilbert today to discuss your options with a knowledgeable attorney who understands Georgia state laws and is prepared to fight effectively for your rights. Attorney Gilbert has more than three decades of experience in the legal industry. As the founder of the Georgia non-profit organization Alpine Adaptive Scholarship Program – which offers specialized training and equipment to help physically challenged men and women enjoy the sport of skiing – Attorney Gilbert has witnessed firsthand the everyday difficulties his injury clients face.
This philanthropic work has contributed to Mr. Gilbert’s passion for helping clients who have been severely hurt in car accidents caused by other drivers’ negligence. We want to ensure that you are able to receive deserved compensation so you can move forward with your life and receive the medical care you need to become healthy again. We are here to help you pursue a satisfactory outcome in your case in order to promote and expedite your recovery. Talk to our office support staff about a time when you can meet with Attorney Gilbert in a free case evaluation to learn more about the compensation you could be entitled to and how our firm is prepared to help you achieve it.
Contributing Factors for Car Accidents Nationwide
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has published preliminary data projecting that the number of people killed in traffic accidents in the first half of 2013* is approximately 15,470. Among others, some of the most common contributing factors in fatal car crashes include:
- Driver’s loss of control
- Failure to yield
- Driving on the wrong side of the road
- Driving under the influence
- Following too close
- Ignoring stop signs or signals
*Most recent data.