At the northeast Georgia law firm of Wells and McElwee, P.C., we represent clients on a wide range of back and neck injury claims, ranging from whiplash and disc damage to partial or total paralysis. For a free consultation about your right to compensation for any back or spinal cord injury, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer at our office in Athens.
Because our partners average about 30 years of trial experience each, we have learned a great deal about injury claims over the years, and we know how to present complex medical evidence in court. This means that we know what questions to put to your treating physicians, we know how to guide the work of our consulting experts, we know how to find the weaknesses in defense medical testimony, and we know how to project your future damages – all in plain language that you and a Georgia trial jury can understand.
Our thorough approach to back or spinal cord injury evidence can help ensure that your settlement or jury verdict will cover your future lost income and medical needs. In cases of paraplegia or quadriplegia, we also calculate your future expenses for adaptive technology or in-home assistance as necessary.
We handle neck and back injury cases, ranging from herniated discs to severe spinal cord trauma resulting from situations such as:
We also help clients resolve problems concerning access to medical tests and diagnoses in soft tissue injury and pain cases. We work hard with our clients to identify the resources available to help them obtain medical care. Our commitment to your recovery goes far beyond the development and presentation of your legal claims.
For additional information about our experience and skill in back and neck injury cases, contact us online, call us at 706-543-8596, or fill out our short form for a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer at Wells and McElwee, P.C., in Athens, Georgia.
Most often, we take accident claims on a contingent fee basis. This means that unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you, we will not charge a fee. We collect no attorney fees unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you.