Often, the phrase “car accident” is used to describe this type of case, but rarely is a car wreck truly an “accident.” When a collision occurs, generally it is the result of someone’s negligence or carelessness. It is our mission to hold accountable those who act negligently or recklessly in causing motor vehicle collisions, and ensure that our clients are compensated for the injuries they suffered. We are particularly dedicated to hold accountable those who drink and drive and injure or kill innocent motorists.
Our expertise in motor vehicle collisions is not limited to car crashes. At The ORLANDO Firm, P.C., we also have experience in representing persons injured by tractor-trailers, those riding motorcycles and bicycles, and even pedestrians. It often is said that cars, let alone motorcycles, are not designed to be operated on the same roads as trucks. Yet we all know that in reality, cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles must share the roads. Unfortunately, as many have witnessed first-hand, these can be dangerous and deadly combinations.
There are numerous and specific laws — both state and, in some instances, federal — which regulate the operation of all vehicles. If you have had the misfortune of being injured in a collision, you should make sure that you retain an attorney and law firm with knowledge and experience to provide you with the legal advice you need.
At The ORLANDO Firm, P.C., our background representing insurance companies enhances our ability to represent you in your time of need. We invite you to call us for a free consultation at 404-373-1800 or toll free at 1-866-373-1800. While we cannot guarantee the outcome of your case, we promise to provide you with legal representation aimed at helping you through a difficult and painful time of your life. We will do our best to make sure that you make the recovery to which you are entitled. There may be time limits on filing your claim, so it is important to seek legal counsel as quickly as you are able. Always remember, if we don’t win your case, you pay us nothing.
NOTE: You are not a client of The ORLANDO Firm, P.C. until you have executed an attorney-client contract for employment of the firm, and the contract has been signed by a member of the firm.