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Automobile Accident Lawsuit in Alpharetta

Common causes of accidents


Auto vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death to people between the ages of three to 33. Yet, except for driver error, the leading causes of automobile accidents are avoidable. Automobile accidents in Alpharetta and throughout the country are most commonly caused by:

•  Distracted driving - which causes between 25 to 50 percent of all motor vehicle crashes
•  Driver fatiguerepresenting about 12 percent of crashes
•  Drunk driving - which causes an average of one death almost every half hour
•  Speeding - which not only increases the risk of a crash but also increases the severity
•  Aggressive driving - which involves drivers who operate their vehicles without regard for the rights or safety of others

Drivers can often avoid an automobile accident in Alpharetta by observing the behavior of other drivers on the road and following defensive driving techniques. However, when you are injured in spite of your best efforts to avoid an accident, you need to seek legal support from the law offices of Robert S. Windholz, LLC, an experienced law firm with the skills needed to fight hard to attain the best possible outcome for your case.

Determining the severity of an automobile accident injury.


Individuals injured in Alpharetta automobile accidents have a number of options available to pursue compensation for their claims. Each option is the best choice in certain situations, based on such factors as the complexity of the accident and how many parties were involved. The degree of injury is also a consideration on how to pursue compensation as follows:

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Minor injuries:

Cuts, bruises, and even minor fractures can often be fairly compensated by filing an insurance claim. Insurance is often an option when the costs of medical and other expenses can be easily computed, largely because full recovery occurs over a relatively short period of time.
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Moderate injuries:

When injuries are somewhat severe and the recovery time is more extensive, you might still achieve full compensation through an out-of-court settlement with the individual who caused the accident. For example, two broken legs, severe whiplash, and even some head injuries can cause temporary disability, requiring payment for such items as lost wages and assistance caring for your home or children until recovery is complete. Robert S. Windholz, LLC can often negotiate a fair settlement without the need for a trial.
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Severe injuries:

From your ability to work to your ability to care for yourself or your family, cases of permanent disability—or even permanent facial scarring—affect every aspect of your life. When injuries are so severe that full recovery may not be achieved, your case may require a trial before a jury. Attorney Robert S. Windholz has almost four decades of experience aggressively litigating in court to help severely injured clients achieve the full compensation they need to handle a lifetime of expenses.

Contact the Alpharetta automobile accident law firm of Robert S. Windholz, LLC today

Anyone injured in an automobile accident may be entitled to money damages for the harm caused by the accident. Based in Alpharetta, we have represented victims of personal injury and wrongful death throughout Atlanta and North Georgia since 1973.

Contact Alpharetta automobile accident attorney Robert S. Windholz today

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Results for Atlanta's best auto accident lawyer

OVER $40,000,000 [MILLION] IN CAREER ASSOCIATED VERDICTS OR SETTLEMENTS

Grace and Carlton Parkinson v. West Paces Ferry Hospital, (1989) $4,088,536 Verdict

Young v. Beers Construction et al, (2003) $1,500,000 Fulton State Court, Mediated result

Laird v. Pensky, Bronx, NY. $1,200,000 Settled During Trial, Plaintiff Determined More than 50% at Fault

Clinard v. Morgan Southern Trucking, (1997) $550,000 Settlement

Hobrook v. Hartsock, Forsyth County, (2000) $192,500 during litigation



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