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Norcross Personal Injury Attorney

Put 20+ Years’ Experience to Work for Your Case

If you’ve been in an accident, your life likely changed in an instant. No matter the severity, an injury can wreak havoc on your daily routine, your ability to work or travel, and your general happiness.

Although the incident itself may have taken no longer than a moment, the physical, financial, and psychological consequences may be here to stay. At Schuyler Elliott & Associates, Inc, we want to help mitigate these consequences by obtaining compensation on your behalf. If someone caused your injury—even by accident—they must be held accountable for their negligence. Our goal is to expose this negligence and secure the damages you need to focus on what’s most important: your recovery.


Contact our personal injury attorney in Norcross at (770) 400-9102 today.


Personal Injury Cases We Handle

With decades of combined experience, our firm is fully prepared to negotiate and litigate a variety of personal injury cases. Each type of injury is highly nuanced, and we take great care to understand your situation and develop our strategy accordingly.

Contact Schuyler Elliott & Associates, Inc for the following services:

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Premises liability
  • Catastrophic injury
  • Wrongful death

In any personal injury case, certain laws govern what you may be able to receive, when you can file a claim, and how the court may view the incident. We have spent years navigating the complexities of Georgia laws, and we want you to benefit from this level of experience and knowledge.

What Is the Statute of Limitations in Georgia?

In Georgia, all personal injury cases have a 2-year statute of limitations, meaning you only have 2 years after the date of the incident to file a lawsuit. Wrongful death cases also have a 2-year limit, but the period begins on the day of the person’s death, rather than the incident itself.

If you are filing solely for vehicle damage, you will have 4 years to begin your case. In either scenario, getting started right away is paramount. Personal injury cases are never simple, but, with our support, you can attain a favorable solution in an efficient and timely manner.

What Is Modified Comparative Negligence?

Georgia is a modified comparative negligence state. If you get into an accident, therefore, the compensation you can recover will correspond with your level of fault. In other words, the more at-fault you were, the less you can receive. If you were 50% or more at-fault, you won’t be able to receive any compensation at all.

Your amount of compensation will depend not simply on who was responsible for the incident but also on your ability to negotiate. Personal injury cases can be highly subjective, and our team at Schuyler Elliot & Associates, Inc will work tirelessly to advocate for your needs.

Contact Us As Soon As Possible

The most important resource for your personal injury case is time. The sooner we can begin, the better we can prepare. From gathering evidence to negotiating settlements to fighting for your rights in court, we apply unfailing attention to detail in every aspect of our work. We work tirelessly for our clients because we understand how much is at stake.


We are available 24/7 to handle the cases that can’t wait. Call (770) 400-9102 to schedule your free consultation with our Norcross personal injury lawyer today.


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