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K & W Legal : Know Your Rights as an Injury Victim

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Krause and Witcher are fighting for the rights of injury victims throughout Georgia.

From our Peachtree Street office here in Atlanta, we provide determined legal representation for those injured due to the negligence of others, including medical malpractice , those hurt by drunk drivers , those hurt at work , those who are sexually assaulted or raped in an apartment or commercial establishment, to residents of nursing homes who are abused or neglected, and many other cases. Call us now for your free consultation: (404) 835-8080.

Even if you are not sure if you have a case, or if you believe you may be partly responsible for your injury or accident, it cannot hurt to speak with an attorney. You may have rights to seek compensation for losses that you were not even aware applied to your circumstances. Krauseand Witcher are here for you, especially if you believe you may be a victim of incidents such as–

Car Accidents: Many drivers fail to conduct themselves responsibly, leading to rollover accidents, and other potentially fatal accidents. The law treats accident compensation differently in a work-related car accident. You owe it to yourself to speak with one of our experienced attorneys in Atlanta today.

Truck Accidents: The complexity of trucking liability laws can make it difficult for and individual to process a claim for an accident involving a semi truck or delivery truck. Factors such as negligent trucking equipment maintenance and driver fatigue can further complicate the process of seeking compensation. Let us help you.

Premises Liability: A property owner’s failure to prevent a patron or guest from becoming a victim of rape or sexual assault may be a case of negligent security. We are here for you.

Workers’ Compensation: If you are injured at work, you have a right to pursue compensation for losses, including wage benefits and medical benefits. In some cases, you may be eligible for disability benefits. Workers’ compensation cases can be complex and may sometimes involve a third-party claim. An experienced attorney can thoroughly examine your specific circumstances and help you pursue the maximum compensation you deserve.

There is no obligation, and it is free to speak with us about your case. 

Fill out our case evaluation form at or give us a call today at: (404) 835-8080.

Act now!

–The K & W Legal Team

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