Personal Injury Mishaps occur in life — car crashes, slip and falls, work accidents — and they can be frustrating, painful and life-altering. They can be even more devastating, however, when they are due to the negligence, recklessness or malice of another. Personal injury law is an aspect of tort law that provides recourse for those injured through no fault of their own. When someone else is responsible for the harm you suffered, a personal injury case can be brought to hold them legally at fault — and make them compensate you for your pain and suffering. Vigilantly Protecting Your Rights Malone Law’s attorneys know how to get you the compensation you deserve for the pain and suffering you have endured due to the negligence of another. Since 1965, we have fought for clients who need a strong advocate to stand up for their rights. In every tort case, whether it’s an intentional tort or based in negligence or strict liability, we work diligently to prove liability and damages. Our experienced team of lawyers and investigators will look at the specific details of your case to determine whether the defendant was legally responsible for the damages you sustained and the nature and extent of those damages. We have had great success proving up those two elements of a personal injury case — liability and damages — and will fully dedicate ourselves to doing the same in your case. No Case Is Too Big For Our Atlanta Lawyers For over 50 years, we have represented the great people of Georgia in tough personal injury cases — we are fighters for justice and do our best every day to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. We can represent your interests in cases involving catastrophic injuries and consequences arising out of: Commercial truck wrecks Car accidents Medical malpractice Premises liability Slip and falls Product liability Wrongful death Assault claims Retail store injuries and falling merchandise Airplane crashes It is important to remember that personal injury cases, like many other civil lawsuits, must be filed with the correct court within a certain time limit. This time limit — called a statute of limitations — typically begins to run when the victim suffered or discovered the injury, but it varies greatly from case to case and requires professional counsel to adequately determine. The best course of action, however, is to not delay in pursuing a personal injury claim. For more information on how we can put our tradition of excellence to work for you, contact us today by calling 770-390-7550 or filling out our online contact form.