What is the most common cause of a car accident? It is difficult to say, especially considering the several factors that contribute to the wreck happening. Car accidents statistics show that wrecks are usually unexpected and the three most contributing factors are linked to fatigue, alcohol and distracted drivers. 


Whatever the cause, the days following you should be focused on your recovery, not the emotional stress of worrying about what will happen next. Medical bills, lost wages and dealing with an insurance company that does not want to pay the full amount for damages are only some of the uphill battles ahead. 

Once hired, our goal remains the same, to lessen or eliminate the hardship and advocate for you to the fullest extent. For over twenty years, our Attorneys have been fortunate enough to of helped thousands who have suffered injuries recover maximum compensation from insurance carriers. 


You do not have to go through this alone. We understand the uncertainty and the difficulty of navigating this unexpected incident. We understand the impact this may have had on you, your family, or your life. 



For a Free Consultation call, email, come see us in person or we can always come to you.


We only get paid after we win. 

Get In Touch Now

What to Do Immediately After a Car Crash:

Remembering the steps of what to do following a car accident is usually lost in the moment. You may become panicked, confused or even worse, been severely injured


If you have been injured in an accident and are in need of moving forward with an insurance claim, the following

steps will help make sure you are properly prepared to begin. Remember, it is important you speak with your attorney, first, before speaking to anyone regarding your accident.

We suggest you download and print this guide to keep stored in your glove compartment next to your insurance information.


  1. Check Yourself and Passengers for Injuries.

  2. Check Your Immediate Surroundings.

  3. Move Your Car to a Safe Place and Stop.

  4. Check the Occupants of Other Vehicles for Injuries.

  5. Call the Police.


  •    Before the Police arrive do not make any statements about how the wreck happened.


  •    Exchange Information with Other Parties. Get Report or Case No. from Police Officer.


  •    Take Photographs of the vehicles, the roadway, and other people.


  •    Get the names and telephone numbers of any witnesses.




(470) 297-1515       


How much is my personal injury case worth?


Every personal injury case settlement is different and is based on numerous factors, which include: the type of injury you suffered, the severity of the injury, medical care needed and subsequent costs of that care, lost wages, prior health issues, your age, pain and suffering, and the amount of money the other party can afford to pay.


General damages, like pain and suffering, are factors in a personal injury case that can be difficult to calculate. It is a subjective area and one where our experienced attorneys can help quantify the value and increase your settlement. General damages include compensation for being in pain, disfigurement, disability, trauma, stress, anxiety, lower quality of life, loss of companionship and loss of a career following an accident/injury. An experienced attorney can make all the difference in the amount of the settlement for your personal injury case.


Call for a FREE consultation or contact us online to discuss your case now.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice

regarding your own situation. The use of the Internet for communications with the firm will not establish an attorney-client

relationship and messages containing time-sensitive information should not be sent.

© 2020 by WEAVER  LAW FIRM. All rights reserved.