400 Westpark Court
Peachtree City, GA, 30269
Atlanta, Georgia metro area personal injury law firm.
Recovering from a serious injury is not only painful – it is often very expensive. If you are facing high medical bills and months of lost wages because of an injury that was not your fault, we can help. With our assistance, you may be able to collect damages from the responsible party as compensation for your injuries.
When you hire Webb, Lindsey, Wade, Taylor & Thompson, LLC to help you build your personal injury case, you receive the support of our entire firm – including experienced Atlanta personal injury lawyers, nurses, paralegals, and support staff. Call 770-631-1811 today to schedule a consultation.
Webb, Lindsey, Wade, Taylor & Thompson, LLC handles a variety of Atlanta personal injury cases.
No matter what your case involves, time is important. Many personal injury cases are bound by a statute of limitations, which sets a deadline for taking legal action. If this deadline passes, you will not be able to file a legal claim for your injuries.
At Webb, Lindsey, Wade, Taylor & Thompson, LLC, we never stop looking for ways to improve the way we serve our clients. We believe that taking advantage of modern technology helps our attorneys provide clients with efficient, cost-effective representation. Each member of our firm is trained in computer technology, allowing us to use:
As experienced Atlanta personal injury attorneys, we are not afraid of taking your case to court. In fact, we are well-known in the legal community for our trial skills. However, we also understand that courtroom litigation is not always in your best interests. If we feel that mediation, arbitration, or other methods will benefit you more than litigation, we will always take the time to explore these options.
If you or someone you love has been injured by a negligent person, organization, or corporation, we can help. Contact an experienced Atlanta personal injury attorney today by calling Webb, Lindsey, Wade, Taylor & Thompson, LLC at 770-631-1811.