950 East Paces Ferry Road, Suite 1650
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Phone Number: 770-369-9977
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The Roth Firm in Atlanta, GA is located in BuckHead Heights on the corner of East Paces Ferry Rd and Oak Valley Rd, and is within walking distance of both Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza.
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM -5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM -5:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM -5:30 PM
Welcome to the Roth Firm's Atlanta Personal Injury location.
Here you can learn about our skilled personal injury lawyers, which areas of law we specialize in, and how to hire the right lawyer to take your case.
The Roth Firm is known throughout the Southeastern United States to provide the highest level of customer service to its clients.
We view ourselves first as educators.
We want each of our clients to feel informed and empowered with the details of their case.
Our attorneys are rigorous in sharing with each client how their case is going, what they are working on currently and providing a reasonable timetable as to when a settlement can be expected.
Many of our Atlanta Lawyers used to work as defense attorneys for an insurance industry, this gives our team a keen understanding of how insurance companies think, operate and look to take advantage of those who don't understand all of the legal complexities associated with Accident Injury Law.
If you were injured due to the negligence of another, you, please contact The Roth Firm immediately.
To guard your legal rights, your attorney needs to act rapidly to:
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1. Never leave the accident scene, gather as much evidence as you can from the scene including witness contact information, photos of the accident and other pertinent insurance information.
2. It is imperative that you seek medical attention out immediately. Leaving a gap of any significance in medical treatment can harm your claim.
Also, proper documentation of your injuries is critical to pursue a new case.
3. Do not sign anything without having one of our personal injury lawyers review your case for free first.
This might jeopardize your claims later.
4. Never discuss the extent of your injuries with an insurance adjuster until you are certain of the full scope of the injuries you experienced.
Many of our clients have told us that they felt alright immediately after the accident, but in a few days, are in excruciating pain.
5. Look to hire a personal injury lawyer that is experienced in all matters that pertain to your case and remember these 7 questions to ask before hiring one.
A personal injury lawsuit is the direct result of a civil wrong.
Our personal injury lawyers correct these injustices through the legal system to provide you a just remedy.
Our experienced Atlanta Accident Injury Attorneys understand how to effectively represent your case to obtain money compensation for your physical, emotional, and financial losses.
In a very simple form, our lawyer's job is to inform the defense attorney and the insurance company of the following relevant facts:
It is important that victims contact an attorney before speaking to an insurance adjuster.
The insurance companies interests are in direct opposition to you. They are trying to minimize the extent of your injuries so they can limit the settlement amount you will be given.
If you don’t know all aspects of personal injury tort law or what kinds of evidence could potentially be used at trial, you may end up revealing information that can be detrimental to your case without realizing it.
The first thing to know is some personal injury cases can take a great deal of time to settle.
There are three principal reasons why a personal injury lawsuit can move slowly:
An individual only has one opportunity to pursue an injury claim and seek fair compensation.
We are proud to tell you that you will never pay any upfront costs.
In fact, the only time you would ever pay a fee to The Roth Firm is if you won your case and received a satisfactory settlement.
This is called a contingency fee.
In a contingency fee arrangement, a lawyer’s fees will be deducted from the final settlement of your case or the final verdict if the case proceeds to trial.