Cobb County is the fourth most populated county in Georgia and is focally located to accommodate 17 major highways; along with secondary highways and major surface streets. Additionally, the existence of key businesses such as The Home Depot and Lockheed Martin, coupled with Lake Allatoona’s close proximity makes Cobb County residents susceptible to auto, tractor trailer, and boating accidents – with the latter resulting in some of the highest boating incident statistics from all of Georgia, in Cobb County.
Accidents take more than just a physiological toll on a person’s health. Not only is the experience mentally and physically traumatic for you and your family, but also exerts added strain on the finances as you try to cover medical expenses.
At such times, it is most helpful to have an accident attorney who can help represent you if you desire to pursue the matter legally. With tons of experience and comprehensive understanding of all the associated procedures, Scholle Law believes in providing solutions for insurance settlements and liability claims, and has helped its clients receive an overall compensation of over $75 million.
Let’s visit a few legal areas that we specialize in:
According to the Georgia Department of transportation; in 2016, there were 1,561 fatalities on Georgia roadways and despite the efforts of the State, the numbers have only increased in recent years.
Car accidents can lead to injuries ranging from cuts and scrapes, fractures, broken bones, neck and spinal injuries, and even brain or head injuries; all of this due to the negligence of others. This negligence is what makes your legal claim valid. The damage to your vehicle and your injuries are factors that will be considered when making the compensation decision.
Scholle Law has been representing Cob County clients for over two decades in serious car accidents to help them get what they rightfully deserve. Charles Scholle and his team are willing to guide and help you in your difficult time. For a free consultation of your case, call us at 770-717-5100.
When traveling along major routes such as the U.S. Route 78 and Interstate 575, motorcycles are at inherent risk due to their smaller size, and the high speeds vehicles are used to on these roads. Thus, even minor accidents can lead to major injuries.
The bare minimum protection motorcyclist has a helmet, which in most of the cases is not sufficient to save them from severe injuries. During accidents motorcyclists tend to suffer from catastrophic injuries; and in 2016, 125 citizens died in motorcycle accidents all over Georgia.
Having dealt with hundreds of motorcycle accidents, Scholle Law’s motorcycle accident attorneys in Cobb County can well and truly understand the medical and legal issues of clients suffering different sort of injuries. Contact us now for a free legal assessment of your claims.
Crashing into or getting hit by a truck, even at a low speed can be devastating and disastrous. Victims of truck accidents in Georgia are faced with escalating medical bills, fatal injuries, calls from insurance adjusters, and uncertainty about the future.
In 2015, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), 4,050 large trucks were involved in deadly accidents in the United States while in the same year, 182 fatal large truck accidents took place.
These huge commercial trucks are often owned by multinational companies and are insured. Huge corporations will hastily provide undervalued settlements to rid themselves of a lawsuit before the victim can begin to understand the extent of compensation possible.
Wary of the low-ball payouts, Scholle Law’s expert practitioners are adept at handling such unfair cases with more than a decade of experience and have won over 800,000 verdicts against insurance companies.
If you or anyone in your circle has been a victim of a truck accident, contact us now and we’ll make sure you are well and truly recompensed for all your troubles.
One of the hardest things in life is to cope up with the loss of a loved one. The situation gets even worse when you lose someone due to the recklessness, and carelessness of others.
There could be numerous reasons for the wrongful death of a loved one – over speeding, driving for long periods of time, manufacturer defects, and DUIs are common factors that lead to car crashes and fatalities.
Georgia’s statute of limitations provides the family of the deceased a two–year action period to file a wrongful death claim, for compensations such as medical expenses prior to death, funeral expenses, possible loss of livelihood, and emotional trauma.
Scholle Law’s competent and experienced wrongful death attorneys in Cobb County act swiftly, within the legal limits to ensure justice. Our lawyers are ever ready to maneuver you through all legal avenues to the best of their capabilities. If you or anyone you know has been unjustly wronged, don’t hesitate to reach out and schedule a free appointment.