ATLANTA INJURY LAWYERS
The Atlanta injury lawyers of Butler Law Firm chose an office that would be accessible as the lawyers themselves. Our Atlanta office is conveniently located at 10 Lenox Pointe, Atlanta, GA 30324. Our office is located just 9 miles from the Fulton County courthouse and 6 miles from the DeKalb County courthouse. The office is just half a mile off of exit 89 of I-85. Whether you are traveling northbound I-85 or southbound I-85, we are less than 2 minutes from the highway. And best of all, there is abundant free parking directly outside the office.
The metro Atlanta area is a fast-paced environment, and it can be difficult to find Atlanta injury lawyers who can provide the level of personal service that your case deserves. At Butler Law Firm, our most important priority is you. Ensuring that you achieve the best result possible is what drives our decisions. We accomplish this by both providing an unmatched level of personal service and by preparing every case to present to a jury. Many of our cases ultimately settle before we ever walk into a courtroom. However, the reason these cases often settle is because insurance companies know we are ready. Top Atlanta injury lawyers prepare cases for trial, not settlement. Insurance companies know the better injury lawyers from the lawyers who just settle. And when that happens, i.e. when the insurance companies see our names on the documents, it yields better outcomes for the men, women, children and families we represent. The cases that we don’t settle, we win in courts.
In Atlanta, the unfortunate truth is that serious injuries happen. The city’s heavy traffic means that we see many car accidents, and the intersection of multiple major interstates in Atlanta means that every year, we will hear about tractor-trailer accidents in and around the metro area. The city’s growing population also means that residents of Fulton, DeKalb, and Cobb County may be the victims of crime in Atlanta’s many apartment complexes, restaurants, or other commercial establishments. As 5 star rated Atlanta injury lawyers, we help the victims of these misfortunes.
You Only Have One Chance for Justice
With a devastating injury, you only get one chance to seek justice for your loss. Having the right personal injury attorney can make the difference between winning and losing your case. You want a law firm that isn’t all talk—you want a firm that has handled and won other cases just like yours. No two cases are identical because no two humans are identical. But, experience, hard work, and practice does make a real difference. And we have that. Our Atlanta injury lawyers understand that you only have once chance; we promise we will do everything we can to make that one chance count. For example, in 2015 our firm won a jury verdict of $150,000,000 ($150 million dollars) for the wrongful death of a young boy.
We have had the honor and privilege to have represented hundreds of people in the Atlanta area. Good results are no accident. We believe in a team approach. We believe in respect. And we believe in a hard work ethic. We welcome you to read our former client’s reviews on Google and Avvo. To learn more about our Atlanta injury lawyers and what we can do to help, visit our website, or call us at (678) 940-1444.
Butler Law Firm attorneys with a happy client fresh off a jury verdict.
Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer News Updates
Before kids go out trick or treating on Halloween, fall is a good time to take an inventory of who is living in your neighborhood. There are 1,081 registered sex offenders living or working in Atlanta, according to the Georgia Sex Offender Registry. Of the offenders, 37 are considered sexually dangerous predators or absconders. To search for sex offenders on streets your kids are trick or treating on, visit the Georgia Sex Offender Registry and search by street, city, distance from an address and more.
On September 30th Atlanta fire rescue crews battled a fire at the metal recycling plant located on Regina Drive. Fire officials said around noon on Monday that the battle will be “an extended operation.” So far, there have been no reports of injuries.
In September of 2017, Scott Schultz was shot and killed by a Georgia Tech campus police and now his family is suing. The family of the deceased has recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit nearly two years after the shooting.The shooting took place shortly after Schultz refused to follow the officer’s commands to let go of a tool he was holding that contained a knife. His death sparked a large demonstration on Tech’s campus. The student’s parents claim the student was having a mental health crisis and that the officer should have used non-lethal force to handle the situation.
On Wednesday, police chased a car in a high-speed highway chase in Northwest Atlanta. The chase unfortunately ended in a crash. Shortly afterwards, officers identified the car as having belonged to a man who had been shot and killed just last week. The car was then stolen by the killer, who was later identified as Jonathan Rice.
On September 11th, a massive fire broke out on an abandoned college dormitory. The fire started just after 9:00 pm Wednesday night on Morris Brown College campus in the Atlanta University Center Historic District. The 3-story building was heavy with smoke pouring and fire breaking through the roof. Firefighters were forced to battle the blaze from the outside due to instability of the structure. The college was shut down years ago after it went bankrupt, so thankfully there were no occupants inside who were hurt.
On September 1st, a woman left her newborn child on the front porch of a home. Doretha Burkes (22) faced a judge after being charged with cruelty to children and providing false information to police. Burkes was homeless and left the child on the doorstep Sunday night because she could not care for her. However, police said they later learned Burkes was not actually homeless and that she lived with her mother in southwest Atlanta.
An attorney is accused of running over and killing a real estate developer during an argument last month. The attorney, Bryan Keith Schmitt of Sandy Springs, was indicted on felony murder and aggravated assault charges in the death of Hamid Jahangard. Police said Schmitt ran over Jahangard with his Mercedes after the real estate agent allegedly hit his sedan with a golf ball. Schmitt was granted a $500,000 bond at his court appearance on September 6th morning.
On Thursday, August 22nd, a crash shut down parts of I-285 in Cobb County. Marko Stulic of Marietta hit the end of a tractor-trailer in the northbound lanes of I-285 near Paces Ferry Road. The impact sent Stulic’s vehicle spinning and it finally came to a stop in two other lanes on the interstate. The driver had life-threatening injuries and was immediately taken to the hospital following the crash.
1,000 people were out of power this morning hours after a vehicle unexplainably crashed into an electrical pole. The crash happened at South Prado and Piedmont Avenue early this morning, since then, power has been restored to all homes in the effected areas.
On August 20th, four students were shot near Clark Atlanta University campus. The shooting took place during a block party around 10:30 pm that evening along James P. Brawley Drive Southwest and Beckwith Street. When officers arrived, they found four female students with injuries. The girls were immediately taken to Grady Memorial Hospital and their injuries are now stable. Police released a surveillance video on Wednesday of the shooter, asking students and any one who recognizes the individual to identify him.
19-year-old Téa Choates was reported missing for seven days and was finally found Tuesday night, strangled to death. Choates was three months pregnant and her friends and family took to social media to ask for help finding the missing teen. The last person to see the teen was her fiancé, Aldeyshaun Locklear, who is now charged with her murder and for dumping her body in the woods.
An AirBnb Superhost is under investigation after two visitors found a camera hidden in their bedroom. Two women came into Atlanta last Saturday and right before going to bed, they spotted a camera hidden next to the bed. The owner of the property never had any complaints and only had good reviews. The women immediately took pictures of the camera and contacted AirBnb and police to investigate the host.
On June 4th, a teenager killed a 28-year-old gay man in Decatur. One of the three suspects in the case, 19-year-old Tyreese Johnson, appeared in Magistrate Court early Monday morning for a preliminary hearing where the Judge deemed the case will push forward.
On Tuesday, a 26-year-old UPS driver was shot on the job. The driver was delivering a package to a home on Umatilla Lane in South Fulton County when the resident came back angry, asked him what was in the package and started shooting. Neighbors called 911 and the UPS driver was taken to the emergency room and is recovering. Police arrested Morianno Bailey, 28 for the shooting.
On August 3rd, police arrested Jamar Antonio Golfin (30) for making terroristic threats at Suntrust Park Stadium. Golfin was an employee of the Atlanta Brave’s stadium and was arrested after arguing with his boss and threatening to “blow up” the stadium –even claiming that he would shoot everyone present.
There are now 12 lab-confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ disease, 61 probable cases, and one reported death as a result. The downtown Atlanta Sheraton Hotel was closed after a source of Legionnaires outbreak was reported between June 12-July 15. The disease is similar to pneumonia and can be contracted by inhalation. Health officials are still trying to identify the source of the bacteria.
A Doctoral student from Emory University found high levels of lead in an Atlanta neighborhood. The student tipped the Environmental Protection Agency off to a Vine City neighborhood that was contaminated with lead. The agency is now testing to see if any other parts of the historic neighborhood has dangerous traces of lead.
“Butler Law Firm is an exceptional law firm, I was referred to them by a minister of the church and I truly believe that it was one of the best things that has ever happened to me and my family,especially at a time when we were at a loss. [Their] utmost support, understanding and patience is above and beyond what I ever expected to receive from a law firm.”