Car Accident

Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation Attorneys Serving Atlanta, Marietta, Cumming, And Nearby Areas Of Georgia

February 19, 2020
A patch of black ice, an inexperienced driver, bald tires, or faulty windshield wipers could turn your winter commute ugly in a hurry. Since snow is not prevalent in Georgia, local drivers are often unprepared or unskilled for the demands of slippery road conditions. Even if you are a good winter driver, your risk for a weather-related car accident is still high when you are sharing the road with drivers who have not taken reasonable precautions. The auto accident attorneys at the Law Offices… Read Full Post
May 29, 2019
Car accidents often cause severe injuries, which can have lifelong consequences on your ability to earn a living and significantly reduce your quality of life. When these injuries are deemed permanent, we consider them catastrophic injuries due to the far-reaching impacts they have on you and your loved ones. Our attorney in Marietta has helped clients recover millions for their catastrophic injuries caused by car accidents.… Read Full Post
January 24, 2019
Seat belts play an integral role in reducing serious injuries and fatalities in car crashes. Unfortunately, sometimes seatbelts have manufacturing or design flaws that cause them to malfunction, leading to injury or death that could have been prevented. Seat belt defects are more common than you might think, and several car companies have issued recalls due to seat belt issues.… Read Full Post
November 08, 2018
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is one of the deadliest in the nation due to drunk driving and the sheer number of cars on the road. Many people travel to be with their families on Thanksgiving, mostly by car. The increased number of cars on the road plus the prevalence of drinking and driving is a recipe for tragedy.… Read Full Post
May 02, 2018
Atlanta has some of the busiest roads and freeways in the nation, which unfortunately leads to many car… Read Full Post
January 19, 2018
After the recent snowfall, there were over 900 car crashes reported in the Atlanta metro area in the span of less than 24 hours. Driving on snow and ice is inherently dangerous, and even if you drive as carefully as you can, other people on the road may not be as experienced or careful. If you were injured in a car crash on Atlanta's snowy roads, the first thing you should do after getting medical help is to call personal injury attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr., PC at 770-999-9015 to schedule… Read Full Post
January 05, 2018
Here in Atlanta, we've been having some severe winter weather. Car accidents increase in icy, snowy, and wet conditions, so it's extremely important to be as careful as possible and know how to handle your car properly. Take our quiz to test your knowledge about winter driving. If you've been injured in a winter car accident, don't hesitate to contact personal injury attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr., PC for a free, no-obligation legal consultation. He may be able to help you recover more… Read Full Post
November 02, 2017
As winter approaches, it's time to review safety tips for driving in snowy or icy conditions. Every year, many people get into car accidents due to not driving safely enough when the weather is bad. While some accidents are unavoidable, many can be prevented through careful driving and awareness of surroundings and road conditions.… Read Full Post
October 04, 2017
There are on average around 130,000 injuries and 1,200 fatalities from traffic accidents in Georgia each year, and according to a study by the National Highway Traffic Association, the deadliest interstate in America is the I-285 in Georgia. There are a number of reasons a car crash can occur, and we've compiled some of the most common to help you learn what to look out for on the road and be a safer driver.… Read Full Post
September 11, 2017
Motorcyclists need to be extremely careful on the roads, as motorcycle crashes often result in catastrophic injuries or even death. Motorcycles are inherently more dangerous than cars due simply to their lack of external protection, and since motorcycles are so much smaller than regular passenger vehicles, they are not as visible on the road to other drivers.… Read Full Post