Attorneys Helping the Injured Get the Compensation They Deserve
Unfortunately, thousands of people in Georgia are seriously injured every year due to no fault of their own. At the Reeder Law Firm, we understand the hardship individuals and their families endure because of these injuries and we fight to maximize your recovery while providing personalized service to each client. Many people don’t know that they have a case, and aren’t aware of the laws that protect them. Often, they accept low settlements or no compensation at all from skilled negotiators hired by insurance companies to settle claims quickly and as cheaply as possible.
At the Reeder Law Firm, we are dedicated to assisting individuals injured due to the reckless, negligent, or unsafe actions of others. Our teams of lawyers fight to hold the people responsible for your injuries accountable for their negligent actions. Our attorneys utilize prior experience working for insurance companies and law firms that represent insurance companies to obtain the compensation that our clients deserve.
Our personal injury attorneys are committed to providing outstanding legal representation to individuals and their family members who suffer serious injuries resulting from:
- Car accidents
- Wrongful death
- Slip and fall accidents
- Truck accidents
- Premises liability
- Medical malpractice
Why Hire the Reeder Law Firm For Your Personal Injury Matter?
We pride ourselves on providing a high level of service to our clients. At the Reeder Law Firm, that means our attorneys provide personal service to each client beginning with the initial client consultation and continuing until resolution of the case. We will perform an extensive investigation to preserve evidence and provide the expert witnesses necessary to pursue your case. Oftentimes, we are able to negotiate favorable settlements with insurance companies prior to trial. However, our attorneys are ready to take on the insurance companies by fully litigating your case if we are not able to resolve your personal injury matter out of court.