There are thousands of intersections throughout the city, and many of them are extremely dangerous. Unfortunately, intersections are one of the most common places that accidents can arise — and when they do, the results can be catastrophic. Tragically, many crashes at intersections may have been prevented by exercising reasonable care and taking safety precautions.     

Collisions are one of the leading causes of personal injury lawsuits in America. We represent injured car crash victims throughout the city and across the state in cases ranging from pedestrian injury to an automobile accident. Our firm represents people injured in various situations: motor vehicles (including car, truck, cab, ride-on bus, Uber, shuttle, bicycle, etc.) and pedestrian accidents.

If you were injured in an intersection collision caused by someone else’s negligence, you might be entitled to recover your economic and non-economic losses. We know how a car accident can significantly affect you and your family, as well as your ability to earn a living. While you concentrate on healing your injuries, we work tenaciously to help ensure you receive the maximum amount of compensation you’re entitled to receive for your damages. 

Intersection Collisions Lawyer


Many car accidents can occur at intersections, including T-bone accidents, head-on collisions, rear-end crashes, sideswipes, and multiple vehicle pile-ups. Although a driver’s carelessness or recklessness causes most intersection collision accidents, they can also be caused by defective traffic lights, hazardous road conditions, and various other factors.  

Causes of intersection accidents can also include:

  • Failure to obey traffic signals
  • Obstructed view
  • Inattention or distraction
  • Driving under the influence
  • Texting or cell phone use
  • Unsafe turns
  • Trying to beat a red light

The driver who failed to yield to the right way will generally be the party at fault in an intersection collision. But liability is not always straightforward, and there can be one or more parties who share responsibility for the accident. Importantly, it follows the rule of comparative negligence — this means that you can still recover monetary compensation for your injuries even if you were partly responsible for the accident. However, any financial recovery would be reduced by your percentage of fault. 

Providing unwavering counsel and skillful representation, the personal injury lawyers Alpharetta develop a solid strategy for each case to hold the negligent party accountable for your injuries — and obtain the compensation you deserve.



Injuries arising from an intersection collision can be life-changing and result in permanent disability. Depending on the force of the impact, you may suffer from a wide array of injuries due to an intersection accident, including torn ligaments, lacerations, neck injuries, concussion, spinal cord injuries, nerve damage, fractures, paralysis, and disfigurement. In severe cases, intersection collisions may be fatal. 

Often, victims of intersection collisions require physical therapy or chiropractic care to recover from their injuries. Sometimes, surgery may also be necessary. It’s essential to follow your doctor’s treatment plan to get better and properly document your injuries and build a strong case.

Victims of intersection collisions may incur substantial economic and non-economic losses due to their accident-related injuries. It also doesn’t compensate you for your pain and suffering. 

Importantly, if you have sustained what the law defines as a “serious injury” in an intersection collision accident, you may be entitled to recover your damages in a personal injury action. By filing a personal injury lawsuit, you may be able to recover your unreimbursed medical expenses, lost earnings, and out-of-pocket costs that you incurred in connection with the accident. In addition, you might also be eligible to receive compensation for your physical pain, mental anguish, and loss of enjoyment of life you endured as a result of your injuries.

Due to an intersection accident, families who lost loved ones may also be eligible to receive compensation for their economic losses in a wrongful death action.