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Canton Personal Injury Lawyers

Protecting Your Rights & Fighting for You

If you have been injured in an accident in Cherokee County, an injury lawyer from Hasty Pope Davies, LLP can help. Our firm has the experience, knowledge, and resources necessary to help you fight for financial compensation for your medical costs, loss of wages, and pain and suffering.

After an accident, the at-fault party is responsible for any resulting damages. Our team can help determine liability in your case and work tirelessly to hold the liable parties accountable for their actions.

Why Hire Hasty Pope Davies, LLP?

  • 130+ years of combined experience
  • Free consultations
  • Millions of dollars recovered
  • Hundreds of cases taken to trial

Our team has won over $100 million for our clients! Find out how we can help you during a free consultation: (770) 741-1951.

Our Difference

  • Millions Recovered For Our Clients
  • 130 Years of Combined Experience
  • Georgia's Choice for Personal Injury Law
  • We Advocate for You From Start to Finish

Representation for Workplace Injuries

If you have been injured at work, you may have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim. Work-related injuries can be severe, resulting in serious disabilities. Since there are very specific rules that apply to filing a claim and seeking benefits, your best course of action is to hire an injury attorney.

At Hasty Pope Davies, LLP, LLP, our team can advise you of your rights, help you meet deadlines, converse with insurance companies, file a claim, and appeal a denied claim.

Do You Have Grounds for a Personal Injury Claim?

In Georgia, you may have grounds to file a personal injury claim if you were injured and suffered damages due to another person or party’s negligent or wrongful conduct.

There are several elements you must prove to bring a claim:

  • The Duty of Care: The first element of a personal injury claim is establishing that another person or party owed you a duty of care. A duty or care is a legal responsibility to act reasonably and take acceptable measures to avoid causing injury to others.
  • Breach of the Duty of Care: Next, you must prove that the person or party who owed you a duty of care failed to uphold it. Typically, proving that the duty of care was breached involves proving that the other person or party acted negligently or wrongfully.
  • Causation: You will also need to prove that the breach of the duty of care was the proximate cause of your injuries and damages. In other words, if the other person or party had not been negligent or acted wrongfully, you would not have been injured or harmed.
  • Damages: Lastly, to bring a personal injury claim, you must establish that you suffered damages due to the other person or party’s breach of the duty of care. Damages can be economic or non-economic and may include things like medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.

At Hasty Pope Davies, LLP, LLP, our Canton personal injury lawyers can evaluate your potential case to determine if you have grounds for a claim. We often work with a team of investigators and other experts to ascertain how an accident or traumatic event happened, as well as who is liable.