Auto Accident Attorney Dawsonville Ga


Car Accident Facts

  • In the US, there are more than 6 million car accidents each year.
  • Approximately every 14 seconds a car accident results in an injury.
  • Approximately every 12 seconds a car accident results in death.
  • Automobile accidents are the the most common type of personal injury, as well as the most deadly.


Have you been injured due to someone else’s negligence while driving?  

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic event that can significantly impact the rest of your life.

We are here to help! We will tell insurance companies to STOP THE GAMES and GET SERIOUS!


Questions arise such as:

  • How will I work?
  • How will I pay for my medical bills?
  • How will I replace my car and damaged items?


The aftermath of a personal injury can be overwhelming.  Coleman, Chambers and Rogers, LLP can help.  We will treat you with the highest respect, courtesy and professionalism, as we are experienced in all accidents such as ones resulting from drunk driving, hit and run, uninsured drivers and commercial vehicles.


Did you know? 

Certain injuries such as brain trauma and closed head injury, can be missed upon initial examination and may take days or weeks before you are aware of them. Our lawyers will work closely with you to ensure that you are receiving the attention you need to recover from your injury. We have the experience to look for such injuries from the very beginning of the case.


What we do

Our lawyers take the hassle out of dealing with the insurance companies and their negative adjusters who’s main concern is maximizing company profits and refusing your legitimate claims.  We will examine all relevant insurance policies to determine coverage and obtain the data necessary to present an accurate insurance claim to maximize your compensation.

Our priority is to ensure that you receive the settlement or jury reward that you are entitled to.  Call the offices of  Coleman, Chambers and Rogers, LLP today to learn how we can assist you in obtaining compensation for your injuries.