The Atlanta, Georgia, injury lawyers of Buddoo and Associates, P.C. have been serving the metro Atlanta area since 2003 and have earned a reputation as one of the most competent firms to handle your accident injuries. Our goal is to intercede on behalf of those who have suffered injury due to the negligence of others. When you need an injury lawyer in the Atlanta area, we are here to help.
Our experienced Atlanta legal team has been helping personal injury victims for 10 years. Firm founder, attorney Lawrence Buddoo, received his law degree from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 1997. Since then, he’s dedicated himself to addressing the unique concerns and emotional and physical trauma of those who have been injured through no fault of their own.
We know the pain and discomfort your injury involves. We know what it means to you, not just in terms of lost wages and quality of life, but the ongoing medical bills you’re facing as well. The compassionate Atlanta personal injury legal team at Buddoo and Associates will work tirelessly to negotiate a settlement so you don’t have to go to trial. But when trial is inevitable, we have the experience to confidently state your case in court.
Over the past 10 years, we’ve successfully represented clients who have been hurt due to:
- Vehicle accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog bites
- Elevator accidents
- Negligent security
At Buddoo and Associates, your initial consultation is free, and we’ll come to you if you’re too injured to travel to our offices. You’re already down on your luck, and you shouldn’t have to pay for guidance and advice. We get paid when you get paid. If you or your loved one has been hurt, contact us. Everything you tell our injury lawyers is confidential.
Whether it’s the result of a rush-hour traffic accident in Atlanta, or an Atlanta business owner or homeowner’s negligence, you need an experienced personal injury attorney immediately if you’ve been hurt. Never accept a settlement from an insurance company without speaking to a competent lawyer first. You may think you’re fine, but then begin experiencing symptoms and pain weeks or months later. By then, it may be too late to do anything.