Macon Car Accident Attorneys
Car accidents can change lives. If you or a loved one was injured in a car accident, the physical, emotional, and financial stress can be overwhelming. The attorneys at Adams Law Firm can help you find success in your recovery. Adams Law Firm strives to help people in Macon and throughout Georgia understand the legal process when someone is injured in a car accident.
From expensive medical bills and lost wages to physical and emotional pain and distress, we consider all aspects of a potential car accident case. Our experience has prepared us for the individual challenges that each case presents. We work hard to protect your legal rights and get you the compensation you deserve. In the wake of a serious car accident, having an experienced attorney on your side gives you the time you need to rebuild your life, while we manage your case. If needed, we will come to you for a free consultation. We continue to give you our personal attention at every step along the way.
Do You Need a Car Accident Lawyer?
Even with minor injuries from a car accident, it may be valuable to consult with an experienced attorney who understands the complexities of car accident claims. With any injuries, you deserve to receive fair compensation and to not fall victim to the insurance companies. Having an attorney on your side significantly increases your chances of getting the maximum value for your case.
If you choose to contact a lawyer, it's important to select a firm you are comfortable with and that treats you with the dignity and respect you deserve. Ask your friends and family for recommendations and be sure that the firm, like Adams Law Firm, offers free initial injury consultations. We received the Client's Choice Award from Avvo, the leading online legal resource site.
Stay Safe Behind the Wheel
Each year, driver fatigue, distraction, or impairments, and road and weather conditions, are among the top causes of car accidents. Keep in mind that crashes also occur more often late at night, on weekends, during rush hour, and during peak holiday travel times.
Stay as safe as possible and remember to follow tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
- NEVER drive distracted. Keep your cell phone out of reach and avoid the temptation of sending a quick text or checking your email.
- NEVER drive aggressively. Avoid tailgating and excessive speeding. Obey traffic signals and keep your emotions in check if you encounter an aggressive driver.
- NEVER drive drowsy. If you're feeling sleepy, pull off the road at a safe place and stay parked until you are alert or arrange an alternate form of transportation.
- NEVER drive under the influence. Drugs and alcohol generally account for around one-third of car accident deaths each year in the United States. Arrange a designated driver or figure out another way home before you drink.