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Attorneys Protecting the Rights of Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Victims

Is your health suffering and your future in doubt after serious injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident?

Were you driving your car, riding a bicycle or crossing the street as a pedestrian when your accident occurred?

Are you grieving the loss of a loved one because of another motorist's carelessness?

The experienced truck accident and car accident lawyers who safeguard your interests are Tash J. Van Dora and Jeremiah T. Van Dora of The Van Dora Law Firm, LLC.

Our compassionate personal injury attorneys bring more than 35 years of combined experience to the aggressive representation you need. They form a team approach for efforts, in and out of court, to win the maximum financial compensation you deserve.

Skilled Personal Injury And Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys With Offices In Athens And Hartwell

We can come to your home or hospital room, interview you about your accident and investigate to identify the negligent party who caused it. Our law firm knows how to reason with insurance companies when negotiation is needed to achieve a damage settlement award.

If the insurer is uncooperative, and discussions do not produce the desired results, The Van Dora Law Firm, LLC, is fully prepared to protect your rights in the courtroom.

Having helped many injured people just like you, we know the struggles you face — against lost income, medical expenses and vehicle replacement costs, to say nothing of the pain and suffering (and emotional trauma) of your recovery. The contingency fee basis for our work is designed to take these money worries off your mind at a difficult time. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.

We look forward to meeting you at your free initial consultation. Call locally in Athens or Hartwell area at 706-377-4044. Your email message receives our prompt response.

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