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Georgia Personal Injury Lawyers

David Brauns avatar
My firm is a modern law practice built to take on large corporations and insurance companies who refuse to acknowledge their wrongful acts. I began my career de...
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My firm is a modern law practice built to take on large corporations and insurance companies who refuse to acknowledge their wrongful acts. I began my career de...
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J.L. King avatar
J. L King is a personal injury lawyer from Georgia, he is the founding father of The King Firm, a personal injury law firm with offices in Tifton and Griffin, G...
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J. L King is a personal injury lawyer from Georgia, he is the founding father of The King Firm, a personal injury law firm with offices in Tifton and Griffin, G...
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Stephen R. Hasner avatar
Attorney Stephen R. Hasner is committed to his family and the community. He has been practicing law in Georgia since 1997, after getting his J.D. from St. Thoma...
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Attorney Stephen R. Hasner is committed to his family and the community. He has been practicing law in Georgia since 1997, after getting his J.D. from St. Thoma...
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Chace Hawk avatar
Chace Hawk was born in Birmingham, AL, and raised in Augusta, GA, he graduated from Lakeside High School in 1995. He graduated from Georgia Southern University ...
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Chace Hawk was born in Birmingham, AL, and raised in Augusta, GA, he graduated from Lakeside High School in 1995. He graduated from Georgia Southern University ...
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much money do I need to pay to start the legal process?

During your free consultation, the lawyer determines if they will take your case, but you don’t need money to begin your case. Personal injury lawyers typically take a contingency fee and don’t get paid unless you do.

Will I owe you money if you don’t win my case?

Lawyers do not collect anything if you lose your case or settlement. However, sometimes even if the case isn't settled and is lost at trial, the client can be responsible for certain fees.

How long will my case take from beginning to end?

It is difficult to answer that question because each case is different. Consequently, every case has its own lifespan and some cases settle faster than others. Ultimately, it all boils down to the specific facts and parties involved.