Milton Personal Injury Lawyer
Serving the Injured in Fulton County
In 2006, the city of Milton was formed from unincorporated northwest Fulton County. About 33,711 people call Milton home. A thriving city, Milton is also very conscientious about its environmental impact. It has nearly achieved certification as a Community Wildlife Habitat from the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). As with any place, Milton also has its share of accidents. The daily commute to work could end up in a car accident. A visit at a friend's home, could turn into a painful, even tragic
swimming pool accident. When life throws such crazy circumstances in your path, it is essential that you retain an experienced personal injury attorney. Without legal help, you could be left to pay medical bills and any property damage on your own. A temporary or permanent disability can also keep you from staying at work, leaving you unable to meet any of these payments. When someone else is responsible for an accident, you should not be the one who has to pay. At
Kalka & Baer LLC, we are committed to getting our clients the full compensation that they truly deserve.
Legal Assistance After a Car Accident in Milton
It can be a scary experience to get into a car crash, and its consequences can be long lasting. Even a single vehicle accident can cause a great deal of damage. If it is a rollover accident, then you could further suffer from
roof crush. Getting into a
multi-vehicle accident can compound the harm. The other driver is nearly always at fault if you were
rear-ended, in which case, you may have sustained
whiplash and other injuries. Whenever you need to
deal with insurance companies or file a lawsuit to get compensation, the right legal advocate can make all the difference. We can help you if you or a loved one have been in a vehicle collision. You should not be the one paying for car and medical bills as you go without salary.
We Can Help if You Have Been in a Motorcycle or Bicycle Accident
Any auto accident is a serious matter, but if you do not even have the benefit of seat belts, airbags, and a metal frame between you and impact, you are especially vulnerable to catastrophic injuries. The harm sustained in a bicycle or
motorcycle accident can even lead to death. All it can take is for a tired or
distracted driver to make a turn without looking, and you could be sent flying into the pavement. If an
aggressive driver runs a stop sign or red light, a multi-ton car can slam right into you. On a blind turn, you could race right into a
head-on collision. Even if you are able to swerve away from a reckless driver, you could run into a tree or fence, or "wipe out" on a pothole or stretch of dangerous road. You could sustain road rash, or
soft tissue injuries, from skidding along the asphalt.
Broken bones are also common, and you could suffer from "biker's arm", leaving that arm paralyzed for life.
If you are in a bicycle accident, you could face much of the same harm. It is all too easy for a driver to not realize a bicyclist is ahead of them. Bikes are especially susceptible to crashing on poorly maintained roads, even if no one else is involved. Any of these collisions could leave you with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord damage, and more. Perhaps you have lost a loved one in a bicycle or motorcycle accident. You may be entitled to a settlement to cover your pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages.
Compensation for Deck Collapse, Slip and Fall, and Medical Malpractice
If you trust your weight on a deck that is not attached or constructed securely, it could fall apart under you. You can get lacerations and bruises, your bones can break, muscles sprain, and soft tissue can easily tear. You could even suffer from a concussion or damage to your spinal cord. Any of these severely painful and costly results might be covered in a premises liability claim. If the property owner is at fault for the deck collapse accident, then you may be entitled to compensation. The property owner can also be liable when a spill or safety hazard is not dealt with, and you sustain injuries from a
slip and fall.
If you go in for surgery to treat any injuries, the doctor may make mistakes in a seemingly simple procedure. Perhaps a doctor misdiagnoses or fail to diagnose your condition. If you have suffered from medical malpractice, then you may have reason to go after compensation. A
prescription error can even turn antidepressants, ADD medications, or cholesterol reducers into addictive or harmful drugs. If you have suffered from someone else's
negligence, we may be able to help you obtain the full amount that you deserve from your personal injury or
wrongful death claim.
Win the Compensation You Deserve with a Milton Personal Injury Attorney
If you have been through any kind of accident, we understand that this can be a tough time for you. We also understand the difference a fair settlement can make in helping your physical and financial recovery. Should you choose to work with Kalka & Baer LLC, we can fight tenaciously for your full rights to be upheld. We also operate on a contingency fee basis so that you only pay when we win you a settlement or jury award. At no upfront cost, you could have
more than 20 years' legal experience on your side as you face big insurance companies or giant manufacturers. We have the determination and skills that may be able to get you the full compensation you are owed.
Over the years, our work ethic and abilities have built up a successful track record of getting families the financial awards they need. Our experience, professional conduct, and peer recognition have led to both of our attorneys being rated 10.0 Superb by Avvo. They also have been included in
Georgia's Super Lawyers® as Rising Stars℠ since 2010. This places them among the top 2.5% of all attorneys in the state. On top of this, Attorney Kalka is a member of
The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40, something that can only be achieved after rigorous screening. When you need outstanding personal injury lawyers in Milton, you can look to Kalka & Baer LLC. You can get started on your case today by filling out a
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