If you’ve been involved in a car accident in Atlanta or elsewhere in the State of Georgia, suffered a serious injury or lost a loved one due to the negligence that caused the collision, the law firm of Ashenden & Associates can help you.
We have recovered millions for our clients and have helped our clients recover damages for their:
- Pain and suffering
- Medical costs
- Future medical costs
- Lost wages
- Loss of future earnings
The leading cause of injuries in the United States is auto accidents. More than 2.6 million people were injured and over 43,000 people were killed in traffic accidents, according to recent reports by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The majority of the cases we take on at Ashenden & Associates, P.C. are from people like you who are seriously injured and in need of a competent and experienced car accident lawyer in Atlanta. We’ve had tremendous success representing injury victims of serious auto accidents for more than 50 combined years.
You can trust Ashenden & Associates, P.C. to help you to recover the full compensation you deserve. Call us today for a FREE consultation. We understand the best practices in effort to recover the highest possible amount of money for your auto accident injury case.
Never Let an Insurance Company Representative Persuade You to “Quickly Settle”
The insurance companies are never on your side. We recommend that you not accept an insurance company’s settlement offer until you have talked to a highly skilled and experienced personal injury lawyer from our Atlanta law office. If you’re wondering how much your case may be worth, call for an appointment at no cost to you today and let us evaluate your car accident case.
You will pay nothing unless we win or recover for you and we will front all expenses necessary to fight your case.
We have successfully represented clients who have suffered serious injuries such as:
- neck and back injuries
- head injuries
- surgeries on the neck, shoulders, arms, hands, back, legs, and feet
- permanent scarring, also known as permanent disfigurement to the face and other parts of the body
- brain injuries
- spinal cord injuries
- wrongful death