Car Accident - Alpharetta

Georgia Car Accidents

Alpharetta Auto Accident Attorney

In Alpharetta, GA When a vehicle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, or other obstruction, a car accident occurs. Car accidents can result in minor or more serious injuries, vehicle damage, property damage, and even death.

Alpharetta auto accident attorney Scott Hart represents clients who suffer injuries resulting from the negligence of other drivers. His initial consultation is free, as a skilled car accident lawyer he can help you receive the maximum compensation for accident-related medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and loss of future earning capacity.

If you or someone you love has been in a car accident, contact Alpharetta, Georgia car accident lawyer Scott Hart. You won't be charged a fee until your case is settled and you are compensated for your injury, and no effort will be made to settle your claim prematurely.

Factors Affecting the Risk of Car Accidents

Many factors contribute to the risk of car accidents, including the design of a vehicle, road conditions, road hazards, as well as driver skill, behavior, reaction time, and impairment. Some common types of impairments that may contribute to a higher frequency of car accidents include alcohol, physical impairments, sleep deprivation, drug and alcohol use, and driver distraction.

According to the Governor's Office of Highway Safety in Georgia, the top contributing factors to all crashes in the state in 2008 included:

  • Following too closely
  • Failure to yield
  • Changed lanes inappropriately
  • Driver lost control
  • Object or animal in roadway
  • Improper backing
  • Disregard of stop sign or traffic signal
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Improper turn

If you have suffered a personal injury as the result of a car accident, call (770) 450-1209 or contact Alpharetta's personal injury and car accident attorney Scot Hart to receive the help you need to recover for the economic and non-economic losses you have suffered.