There are approximately 4,115,462 million miles of roadway in the U.S.

-U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Georgia Car Accident  Lawyer

Trusted & Resourceful Advocacy for Car Accident Victims in Georgia

If you were hurt in a car accident, you should not hesitate to contact an attorney who can represent you and fight for your rights. Choose Wheale Law in Georgia.  Patrick J. Wheale is dedicated to answering your questions and committed to supplying the support and representation that you need and deserve.

What Should I Do After a Georgia Car Accident?

Car accident claims are the most common types of personal injury claims in the United States. While they are common, they are also complicated and challenging. The right lawyer can make a huge difference.

Experienced Representation is Important

Patrick J. Wheale is proud his experience providing strong and effective advocacy for the victims of serious car, truck, and motorcycle accidents. Knowing your rights is critical. These types of accidents can result in catastrophic injury, causing you to miss work and even damaging your long-term capacity to earn an income. As medical expenses and the costs of property damage, rehabilitation, and other aspects of recovery begin to rack up, Wheale Law can advocate for your right to compensation.

Contact Wheale Law Firm for a Free Case Consultation

For a free case consultation, give Wheale Law a call at 678-580-8936 or send an email.  No Commitments.

Unlike most attorneys, Patrick J. Wheale handles personal injury cases exclusively, specializing in helping injured victims.

Wheale Law provides legal services exclusively on a contingent fee basis.  In other words, you pay no upfront costs.  Wheale Law only collects attorney's fees if your case successfully resolves. 

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