This isn’t just about the money. It’s about receiving the compensation you need to recover from injuries, get medical bills paid, adjust to any longer-term impacts, and move past this traumatic time in your life.
At Litner + Deganian, we’ve successfully recovered settlements for hundreds of clients that have suffered a personal injury in the Atlanta, GA area. Here are just a few examples of results obtained by personal injury attorneys at Litner + Deganian:
For our client involved in a double tractor trailer accident. Our client merged onto I-285 in Dunwoody, GA, was hit by a tractor trailer, spun, hit the median, and then was hit by another tractor trailer. Resulted in broken hip and femur, needing surgery.
For a motorcycle accident in Clayton County, GA, where a car ran a red light and T-boned our client, resulting in major fractures and leaving our client requiring knee surgery.
For our client in Tucker, GA, when a tractor trailer rear-ended their car, breaking their arm and requiring repair on both shoulders. Resolved in federal court, where the tractor trailer driver was found to have not been trained properly.
For our client who needed neck surgery after a near head-on collision by a pickup truck that turned into an intersection too quickly.
For our client who was rear-ended by a large pickup truck in Atlanta, GA. They needed neck surgery, and we recovered the full policy amounts.
For a client who was referred by another firm. The client had a slew of pre-existing conditions to overcome due to past car accidents.
For our 65-year-old client who required neck surgery after being rear-ended in a car wreck.
For a car wreck injury that required cervical fusion surgery.
For an accident in which our client was hit by a drunk driver.
For a rear-end car wreck injury (on W. Paces Ferry) that required foot surgery.
For a car accident (on I-285) that resulted in a shoulder injury requiring surgery.
For a rear-end car wreck on 75N on the way back from a vacation to Disney World.
For a car accident that resulted in our client needing shoulder surgery.
For a fall in a restaurant resulting in severe back injuries that required surgery.
After a car accident. Our client needed both knee and shoulder surgery.
For a truck-driving accident case where the trailer jackknifed resulting in the death of the driver at 4 a.m. on the way to work.
For an accident at the nail salon. Our client’s toe was lacerated, became infected, and required partial amputation.
At mediation for a client who previously had back surgery from a rear-end collision and required another back surgery.
For an accident in which a truck rear-ended our client’s car resulting in a neck injury that required surgery.
For an accident where a car cut off a motorcycle, causing the cyclist to roll over the car injuring both shoulders.
For an accident in which our client, a motorcyclist, was the victim of a hit-and-run, resulting in a broken leg.
For a client who was involved in a motorcycle wreck after a car cut him off in Cobb County, Ga.
For a client who was driving to Disney World when he was struck head-on by a DUI driver.
To help our client get the medical treatment he needed.
For an accident in which a tractor trailer turned in front of our client causing our client’s vehicle to strike the trailer. Insurance first tried to blame our client.
For two clients who were involved in a head-on collision in Marietta, Ga. resulting in a head injury and a knee injury that required surgery.
For our client whose car was T-boned after the other driver ran a red light. Our client’s car was run off the road into a telephone pole, and they required knee surgery.
For a client who was hit by a DUI driver. This was the driver’s 3rd DUI and he also injured 3 occupants in the vehicle.
For an injured car wreck client who was referred by a workers’ compensation attorney from a previous matter.
For a client injured in a car wreck. We took the case over from another attorney and settled within a month.
For a client who was riding his motorcycle with his daughter. They were run off the road by a motorist.
All numbers are approximate.