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Skilled Personal Injury Attorneys Representing Stone Mountain, Georgia Residents

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our personal injury lawyers believe Stone Mountain’s nearly 6,400 Georgia residents deserve direct access to quality legal services, just as injury victims would receive in much larger cities.

Our personal injury attorneys know that although our city only encompasses less than two square miles, our Dekalb County residents are just as likely to be injured or lose a loved one to negligence.

That is why we are here.

We deliberately limit the number of cases we take so that we can build relationships with our clients, devote the time that their cases deserve, and pursue real solutions for the real people who need our help.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one to negligence, Contact us today, so your voice can be heard.

Ashby Thelen Lowry Personal Injury Attorneys Represent Stone Mountain, Georgia

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our personal injury lawyers focus on pursuing legal solutions for each of our Stone Mountain client’s unique needs.

We represent clients in the following practice areas, so they can pursue the justice they deserve.

Contact us today to learn more about our customized approach to producing results for our important and deserving clients.

What Damages Can I Pursue During a Personal Injury Claim in Georgia?

The main type of damages is known as compensatory damages, which are further divided into economic damages and non-economic damages.

Economic damages are based on tangible, relatively objective costs, and losses.

Non-economic damages are more subjective, covering intangible expenses that our clients suffer from their injuries.

We will fully assess each of our client’s injuries and recovery needs, which may include:

  • The cost of all medical treatment that got you to this point
  • The cost of all medical treatment that you will need in the future, not just the bare necessities, but what is actually needed to make you restore your health and vitality as close as we can to what it was before your injuries
  • Rehabilitation and Therapy Costs
  • Needed treatment and assistance, including any home health care
  • Lost Wages
  • Loss of Future Earning Capacity and Job Opportunities
  • Property Damage / Loss of Property
  • Psychological and Emotional Harm / Trauma
  • Physical Suffering, including the pain you have been forced to endure
  • Trauma and Quality-of-Life Issues

If you have been hurt or lost a loved one to negligence in Stone Mountain, contact our dedicated personal injury attorneys in Georgia for help today. We are ready to fight for your complete recovery needs, so you can get your life back.

Can I Pursue a Negligent Party Who is Liable for My Loved One’s Death in Georgia?

If you have lost a loved one to negligence in Georgia, you may be eligible to file a wrongful death claim against the liable party.

Georgia law only allows specific people to represent the deceased in a wrongful death case, and may include the surviving spouse, parents, or estate representative. Like a personal injury claim, the survivors may be entitled to both financial losses — like lost wages and benefits — and intangible losses — like loss of companionship and care — they have suffered.

Wrongful death claims require an extensive investigation to prove fault, and our personal injury lawyers have the skill, experience, and resources necessary to help prove your case.

Decades of Experience, Record-Setting Verdicts: We Are Ashby Thelen Lowry

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our personal injury lawyers understand the confusion, anxiety, and stress incidents take on our Stone Mountain residents, and want to help them put their physical and emotional well-being first, while we focus on pursuing the best financial outcome available for their unique injury needs.

Our skilled personal injury attorneys have guided our Stone Mountain clients and their families through the legal process with precision for decades and have procured record-setting verdicts for our clients — because that is what they deserve.

We have earned our clients’ trust with hard work and expertise and have an exceptional reputation with other law firms and in our communities.

Contact us today at (404) 777-7771 or online to determine whether we are a good fit for your case, so we can start pursuing real results together.

We’re here to help.

Don Fountain

“The most serious and complex cases require the most talented, creative and hard-working attorneys. Picking an attorney who lacks the”

— Don Fountain; Nationally-renowned Catastrophic Injury Lawyer; Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin

“I have watched Drew season as a lawyer over the course of his career. He has always been smart and”

— Joe Fried; Nationally-renowned Trucking Lawyer; Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

“I have the privilege of working with Seth Lowry on a complex litigation matter that affects an entire Georgia community.”

— Rob Hammers; Mass Tort and Complex Litigation Specialist; Schneider Hammers

“Max consistently demonstrates tremendous poise and judgment on the highest stakes cases. He is an extremely talented and gifted advocate,”

— Edward Piasta, Piasta Newbern Walker

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