Personal Injury Lawyers – Athens, GA

Athens, GA residents need winning attorneys! On game days, thousands of fans and students alike fill the stadium to cheer on their favorite team. Over 30,000 students at UGA have a fierce loyalty to the Georgia Bulldogs, but our personal injury attorneys have a fierce loyalty to the residents and students in Athens.

Mark Link & Houston Smith are both University of Georgia School of Law alumni and they have a strong affinity for UGA, the city of Athens, and the Georgia Bulldogs. Thus, our personal injury attorneys are dedicated to giving Athens residents the best legal representation possible.

With such a high student population, personal injuries are bound to occur, but our Athens injury lawyers at Link & Smith P.C. promise to give Bulldogs fans the individual attention they deserve when they need it most. We focus exclusively on personal injury law, and do not handle any other legal claims. However, this specific focus gives us the knowledge and experience to better help you when you need it most.

At Link & Smith P.C., we handle a variety of personal injury cases including motorcycle accidents, auto-accidents, tractor-trailer accidents, texting-and-driving accidents, and DUI victim representation. We have over 40 years of combined experience in Personal Injury Law, and have won cases upwards of $40 million. We work on a contingency bases, which means that you don’t pay until you get the compensation you deserve.

Even though our Athens injury lawyers have a strong affinity for the Bulldogs, we are also dedicated to helping Yellow Jackets fans as well. The personal injury attorneys at Link & Smith P.C. have offices all around the metro-Atlanta area, so matter where you are or what team you support, there is an injury lawyer waiting to meet your needs.

If you are an Athens, GA resident who has suffered a personal injury, Link & Smith P.C. is here to help you! For a complementary consultation, call our Athens injury lawyers at 706-514-1439.

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