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Suffering a personal injury as the result of an accident or someone else’s negligence can turn your whole life upside down - especially if you incur serious injuries that require ongoing treatment, medication, and therapy. If you need significant recovery time, you may be unable to work and, as a result, suffer loss wages. At Freeman Law Firm, we handle truck, automobile and motorcycle accidents, and worker’s compensation cases. We help our clients recover the compensation they deserve.

Car Accidents

Auto accidents are the most common of personal injury claims. According to the Centers for Disease Control, auto accidents are a leading cause of death for people one to 54 years of age in the United States. More than 100 people die in auto accidents each day and thousands more suffer serious, though non-life-threatening, injuries.

Common types of auto accidents include:

  • Distracted Driving Accidents
  • Rollover Accidents
  • Ridesharing Accidents
  • Drunk Driving Accidents

If you have been injured in an automobile accident, contact the Freeman Law Firm to learn about your legal rights.

Truck Accidents

Truck accidents are defined as accidents in which one or more of the vehicles involved is a “big rig,” semi-truck, tractor-trailer, or other commercial vehicles. Due to the size of the vehicles involved, truck accidents typically result in catastrophic injuries and even death. If you or a loved one is injured in a truck accident, you need an attorney who is experienced in this type of claim to represent you.

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists are exposed to significant dangers when they are riding and unfortunately, too many drivers do not understand how to operate their vehicle safely around a motorcycle. Often with motorcycle accidents, motorists tend to blame the motorcycle rider, that is why it is important to have a knowledgeable and experienced motorcycle injury lawyer on your side. Our attorneys will immediately investigate the scene, gather all the facts, and fight for your legal rights.

Workplace Injuries

Getting injured on the job can be an overwhelming experience. From difficulty getting back to work to challenges with covering medical bills, you may be anxious about what comes next following a workplace injury. Freeman Law Firm is dedicated to advocating for injured workers. Our firm is passionate about guiding you through this time and ensuring you are treated fairly by your employer and the insurance company. If you or a loved one has been injured on the job contact Freeman Law Firm.

Animal & Dog Bite Injuries

Animal attacks can cause permanent disfigurement, lacerations, and puncture wounds. Often attacks, especially dog bites, happen to young children. If you’re the victim of an animal attack you may be entitled to compensation for the resulting injuries.

Medical Negligence

Medical negligence occurs when a healthcare provider breaches their duty to a patient who suffers medical injuries as a result.

Doctors, nurses, surgeons, midwives, hospital staff, and pharmacists are healthcare providers subject to medical negligence. It can occur at any point during a health provider's diagnosis, treatment, or follow-up treatment with a patient.

At Freeman Law Firm, we handle medical negligence claims, including misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose an illness or condition, surgical errors, birth injuries, delayed treatment, and medication errors.

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death can take many forms. Often untimely deaths happen as a result of someone else's negligence, like a fatal car accident or medical negligence. If you’ve lost a loved one in an accident, you should seek legal counsel to determine if there are liable parties that can help alleviate the cost of medical bills and funeral costs, in addition to damages for lost income and loss of companionship.

Injured? Contact Freeman Law Firm for a Free Consultation

If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury, contact Freeman Law Firm to speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer. We offer free consultations to residents throughout the state of Georgia.