The Tyrone Law Firm is proud to defend injury victims with compassionate and aggressive representation and with a determination to protect our clients and recover a settlement or jury verdict for them that can help them return to life. We handle only a few clients at a time so that we can spend the 1,000’s of hours it takes to navigate a complex personal injury case to a successful result for our clients.
We pride ourselves on devoting to each individual client the attention and time needed o get the very best results for our clients. Year in and year out, we have received some of the largest verdicts in Georgia. Our results speak for themselves. In Atlanta and across the State of Georgia the Tyrone Law Firm is the right choice for aggressive, compassionate and reliable legal representation.
If you feel that you or a loved one was injured or taken advantage of by a person or company’s negligence or recklessness, please contact our attorneys at the Tyrone Law Firm today to schedule your free consultation. We are here to help.
Here is a list of frequently asked questions and commonly used legal terms:
- Q: What kinds of injuries or cases does your law firm work on?
- Q: What is a definition of a “contingency fee?”
- Q: What does the term “statute of limitations” mean?
- Q: What could my claim be worth?
- Q: How can I get my case evaluated?
A: The Tyrone Law Firm handles every kind of personal injury lawsuit, including cases which involve: all catastrophic personal injuries, car and truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, DUI and DWI driving accidents, inadequate security/ crime victims, premises liability, nursing home abuse, as well as wrongful death cases. Contact the Tyrone Law Firm today for a free consultation; our attorneys can answer any questions you have about your injury and potential claim.
A: The Tyrone Law Firm does not charge any upfront fees to represent their clients. Instead, we charge a contingency fee. A contingency fee is a fee that is collected by the attorney ONLY if the claim is successful. The contingency fee is a fixed percentage of the compensation received by the injured party, and is determined when we start working on your case. If we are unable to help you recover compensation for your claim, you will not be responsible for paying a legal fee from your personal funds.
A: The “statute of limitations” is the period of time after the accident in which you may file a claim for damages. There is a fixed time limit after the event occurs. When the time limit, or “statute of limitations”, runs out you may no longer be eligible to pursue your claim or otherwise bring a legal action. Each type of accident or injury may be governed by several laws regarding the applicable statute of limitations, therefore it is best to discuss the specific aspects of you case with an attorney as soon as possible after the accident. Contact the Tyrone Law Firm today for a free consultation; our attorneys can answer any questions you have about your injury, potential claim and the statute of limitations on your case.
A: If your claim is successful, you will either receive a settlement or a jury verdict which states the amount of compensation that the victim or their loved ones are entitled to receive for an injury claim. The amount of the settlement or jury verdict can be very different from case to case. Ultimately, the recovery we are able to obtain on behalf of clients is impacted by many things, including:
- Who the Defendant is – is it an individual, a criminal or a corporation?
- Did the injured person have to stay home from their job due to the accident?
- The extent of medical attention required.
- The extent of physical and emotional pain and suffering.
- The extensiveness of the victim’s injuries.
- The age and health of the victim before the injury.
- Are the injuries permanent?
- Is the person able to return to work?
- Is the person able to return to their “normal” way of life?
A: Contact our office to set up a free case evaluation. You can contact us by telephone or use the email link on the home page of this website. Attorney Nelson Tyrone will speak with you and will carefully explain what goes into the evaluation of an injury case. Furthermore, we will work with you to bring about the best possible result for your case and to do our best to give you an accurate estimate of the amount of damages you may recover if you decide to pursue legal action.
At the Atlanta office of the Tyrone Law Firm we have the specialized knowledge and courtroom experience to successfully handle even the most complex catastrophic personal injury cases. Since our firm’s inception, our Greater Atlanta law firm has provided clients in Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Henry, Clayton, Forsyth, Hall, Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb, Rockdale County and throughout Georgia with dedicated legal representation.
Our results speak for themselves. We have been recognized in the community for making a difference on behalf of our clients, and behalf of those in need in the community. We have been recognized in the legal community and in the press for our significant results on behalf of our client.