If you or a loved one has been hurt in a preventable accident, you may have grounds to seek compensation from those at fault.


M. Austin Jackson Attorney at Law has the knowledge, experience, and resources to take on a wide array of different personal injury claims and make a compelling case for compensation for our clients.

If you’ve suffered after a car crash and now find yourself with a mountain of medical bills and an insurance settlement offer that’s simply too low, you aren’t alone.
Accidents involving tractor-trailers and other large commercial trucks can be catastrophic. These cases tend to be more complex, and the damages may involve much larger amounts of money.
Motorcycle accidents tend to be very serious. In the majority of cases, it is other drivers who are at fault in motorcycle accidents in Georgia, not the bikers themselves.
Slip & fall accidents are the most common type of premises liability claim. If you have slipped, tripped, or fallen while on someone else’s property, you may have a claim against the property owner and/or manager.
If you have lost a loved one due to the fault of another person or a company, you may be entitled to seek damages to replace lost wages, pay for funeral expenses, and compensate you for lost wages and companionship.
Hundreds of cyclists are injured or killed every year in collisions with motor vehicles. Most of these accidents occur at road junctions and can lead to severe short and long-term repercussions.
Boating injuries can occur due to the negligence of other boaters or failure to adhere to maritime boating rules.
If you’ve been injured, you have rights. Hold the negligent party responsible by seeking compensation.
From workplace accidents to car crashes, factory or chemical plants, and even gas stations or construction sites, an accidental fire or explosion can happen almost anywhere.
If a rideshare driver has failed to perform in a safe manner, they, and possibly the parent company, can be held liable for any injuries you sustain as a result of negligence.
Driving collisions or accidents involving a bus are less common than standard motor vehicle accidents, but they still can occur and injure passengers, other drivers, or pedestrians.
While many injuries are serious, relatively few are permanent or completely life-altering. When an injury does have that kind of effect, we call it a “catastrophic injury.”
Whether you live or work near a chemical manufacturer, or you are employed at the plant itself, a plant explosion could cause you serious injury.
Dogs may be man’s best friend, but when pets attack, the injuries can be extremely serious (to say nothing of the profound emotional distress that can follow).
When you lose a loved one to a drowning accident, it may be difficult to decide what to do next. In some cases, accidental drowning may be a result of negligence and appropriate legal action is necessary.
Nursing home negligence is a widespread problem in this country, with the majority of U.S. nursing homes suffering from inadequate staffing or other deficiencies, according to federal reports.
As a pedestrian, you have the right of way at established intersections, crosswalks, and sidewalks. However, you may still be injured in an accident despite obeying the rules of the road.
Landowners and property owners must provide a relatively safe environment if you are entering the premises. Failure to do so may result in injury or even death.
Manufacturers have a responsibility to make sure their products are safe before putting them on the market. Product liability sometimes exists even in situations where the defendant was not negligent.
Did you know that whiplash is the single most common personal injury? Contrary to popular myth, whiplash can be much more than “just a pain in the neck” — it is a complex soft tissue injury that can cause real pain and significant damages.
Spinal cord injuries occur in many ways and can affect people of any age. While some of these injuries are not serious, others leave accident victims with devastating injuries and rising medical costs that last a lifetime.

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