At Fried Goldberg, 95% of our practice is devoted to representing victims of commercial truck accidents. Our attorneys are nationally recognized for their leading contributions in this complex area of the law. Every truck accident case needs a truck accident attorney.
While our focus area is in commercial vehicle accidents, our experience extends to all areas of personal injury litigation. For a free consultation with one of our attorneys, please call us at one of the phone numbers below, or complete the form on this page and we will respond promptly.
Address: 3550 Lenox Road Northeast, Suite 1500, Atlanta, GA 30326
Toll Free: (877) 591-1801
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The lawyers of Fried Goldberg LLC are known as “The Truck Accident Attorneys” servicing Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, and New York. We focus specifically on truck accident injury law. As a result, we’ve achieved successful verdicts for our clients due to our understanding of the nuances unique to truck accident litigation.
About Fried Goldberg: Your Trucking Attorneys
The attorneys at Fried Goldberg have represented clients and instructed other truck accident lawyers in all 50 states. We are nationally-renowned lawyers for trucking cases and our work and research has completely revolutionized the way truck accident claims are litigated. We ensure that each client receives the maximum recovery under the law, and our team literally wrote the book on truck accident law.
We Stay Accessible to Our Clients
As one of our highly valued clients, we make ourselves open and accessible to you throughout the process. You can expect to stay informed as your case moves forward. We do everything in our power to help you understand each step and to make sure you are comfortable and completely satisfied with the progress of your case.
We are always just a quick phone call away.
For your convenience, there is a parking lot for visitors in our building. Feel free to contact us if you need further directions or if you have any requests.
We are the attorneys you can speak with if you or a loved one were seriously affected by a tractor-trailer accident. Our careers are based on helping people like you.
What Should You Bring to Your Initial Consultation?
When attending your first consultation with us, it helps tremendously if you can bring certain items and documents related to your claim. These will help us provide you with more accurate input about your legal rights and options.
We understand that you may be badly injured and in a difficult place after an accident. It might not always be possible for you or your loved ones to bring every bit of information. However, it is extremely helpful if you can bring any of the following to your initial consultation:
- Medical documents such as health care bills
- Police and accident reports
- Pay stubs (for lost wages)
- Any photos or video of the accident
- Witness statements
- Your written account of the incident and the events that led up to it
Don’t worry if you can’t locate or bring every item listed. It’s our job to prepare evidence for trial, not yours. As the trial approaches, there will be a “discovery” period, where our team gathers and prepares all materials for use in trial.
Questions to Ask During the Consultation
Another purpose of an initial consultation is for you to learn more about your attorney’s background and experience. Feel free to ask questions such as:
- Where and when should I contact you about my case?
- What is your track record for handling these types of claims?
- What is your academic background and where did you get your law degree?
- Do you have any specific experience handling lawsuits like mine?
The more questions you ask, the easier it will be for you to make an informed decision about your case. If you have any questions or concerns at all regarding your consultation, contact us at our office at (877) 591-1801.
Office COVID-19 Safety Precautions
Your health and safety are our top priority. At Fried Goldberg, we take all steps to ensure that we are implementing best COVID-19 practices during in-person meetings and seminars. If you have any special requirements or needs in this regard, please let us know beforehand so we may accommodate you.
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