Cumming, Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer

A person’s life can change forever after a car accident. It doesn’t matter where you live in Georgia; you are entitled to compensation to get your life back.

Cumming Injury Attorney

David is a Georgia personal injury lawyer with years of experience helping injured men, women, and children get their lives back after a serious auto accident. We are here to help you through all the stress and uncertainty after getting hurt.

You need someone in Cumming who knows how to make the adjusters and insurance companies play fair. Don’t take chances or guess about how to respond to the insurance company’s requests. Nine times out of ten you shouldn’t be giving them the information they are requesting.

In addition to protecting your rights and fighting to get the compensation you are due under Georgia law, we take the stress from the claims process out of your life. We help you with everything a normal injury law firm will do, and then we go above and beyond with help like the following.

We do all of these things while also delivering an innovative client service, which starts with a free initial consultation. That means you don’t pay us a dime for discussing your case. Once we start working, you still owe us nothing until we win you a fair settlement for your damages.

About Cumming, GA

The city of Cumming, GA is the county seat of Forsyth County and had approximately 5,613 residents in 2013. The city is home to many small businesses and national chains, with a median resident age of 38.2 years, slightly above the state average of 35 years.

Many workers in Cumming are employed in industrial jobs such as construction, manufacturing, installation, maintenance, and repair. Cumming residents are hard-working, dedicated people whose livelihoods are at stake when a serious accident leaves them unable to get back to jobs in these industries. Brauns Law protects the residents of Cumming from undue financial burdens when another's negligent actions cause them to suffer injury and financial damages.

Cumming Car Accident Statistics

The completion of Georgia State Road 400 has helped turn Cumming into a commuter town for Atlanta. Besides GA-400, other major highways in and around Cumming include Highway 9, Highway 20, and Highway 306.

According to information from City-Data.com collected between 1975 and 2013, Cumming falls below the Georgia state average for fatal car accidents. During this time period, 37 fatal accidents were reported with 38 total fatalities. The state average was 106 fatal accidents and 115 fatalities. In 2013, the last year data was made available, there were three fatal accidents and four fatalities reported.

While these numbers may seem low compared to the state averages, remember that Cumming only has a population just shy of 6,000 residents. The four people who lost their lives in 2013 were members of the community.

Cumming Georgia Injury & Legal Resources

The nearest hospital to Cumming, GA is Northside Hospital Forsyth, located at 1200 Northside Forsyth Drive. The next closest hospitals are Emory Johns Creek (about 15 miles),North Fulton Regional Hospital (about 16 miles away), and Northeast Georgia Medical Center (about 20 miles away).

The Forsyth courthouse is located in downtown Cumming at 101 East Courthouse Square, Cumming, GA 30040. For accident reports completed by the Forsyth County Sheriff, visit their website for their records division. If a Cumming police officer completed your accident report, you can obtain police reports through the BuyCrash.com online accident report service. If you would like to inquire about obtaining a report in person, contact their office at 770-781-2000.

Brauns Law is Here to Help You File Your Injury Claim

Call Brauns Law to set up a no cost, no obligation consultation. Contact us at 404-418-8244.