Call Us When You Have Been Hurt
WE COME TO YOU!
When you have been injured in a car wreck or any other accident caused by someone’s negligence, you may not know where to turn. You can turn to us. At Glenda Mitchell Law Firm, we provide compassionate representation in Georgia, Alabama or South Carolina. We help you obtain the compensation you need.
A Law Firm Helping Personal Injury Victims
When you have been hurt in an accident, you may not know how to get help. Medical care is essential immediately after a car crash, slip-and-fall accident or other accident, but where do you go from there?
The insurance company may be more interested in ways to deny your personal injury claim and dealing with the legal system can seem overwhelming. All you want is fair compensation. Our lawyers are here to help.
Our Specialty Practice Areas
Experienced Representation For Georgia, Alabama And South Carolina
Glenda Mitchell Law Firm provides experienced help for car wreck and other personal injury claims in Cartersville, the Atlanta metro and throughout Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina. Whether you have been rear-ended in a collision or fallen on a store’s slippery floor, we can help you fight for compensation for your injury.
Attorney Glenda Mitchell has spent her legal career working for injured people. She knows how disorienting these types of accidents can be, and how disrupting to your life and your health. She works to help you understand how the law will treat your case while vigorously protecting your rights and working to obtain the personal injury compensation you need.
Don’t Delay Seeking Compensation
After a serious injury, your first priority should be obtaining medical attention. But contacting an experienced attorney as soon as you are able is essential. Filing deadlines in these cases can be short; if you wait too long, you may lose your opportunity to receive any compensation.
Quick action allows us to collect evidence and witness testimony while it is still fresh in their minds. In many personal injury cases, evidence can be lost or become unavailable if you wait and if crucial evidence is lost, it can severely limit your potential recovery.