Cleveland, GA Personal Injury Lawyer - Steven Leibel, P.C.

Cleveland, Georgia Personal Injury Attorney

At our Cleveland, Georgia personal injury firm we offer outstanding representation for victims of negligence who would like to file a claim for personal injury or wrongful death.

If you or a loved one is a victim of negligence resulting from an accident, you may be financially compensated under Georgia law for your losses. Compensation may include: medical fees, loss of income, mental anguish, pain and suffering, property damage, loss of companionship, loss of benefits, loss of inheritance and many other damages. Please contact a knowledgeable Cleveland personal injury lawyer at Leibel Law today to find out more.

A professional Cleveland personal injury attorney at our firm can provide legal services for any type of accident resulting from reckless behavior, wrongdoing and negligence on part of another person or entity, including: auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, product liability, premises liability, nursing home negligence, swimming pool accidents, day care injuries, spinal injuries, and traumatic brain injuries.

When someone else has caused another person to suffer due to their negligent actions they must be held legally accountable. Contact an experienced Cleveland personal injury attorney to discuss your legal options and how we can help protect you and your future. We offer outstanding legal representation for injury and accident cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning we are not paid unless we recover damages on your behalf.

A Cleveland personal injury lawyer at our firm is ready and waiting to assist you with your legal needs. Please contact Leibel Law immediately to schedule your free case consultation.

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Contact a skilled Cleveland personal injury attorney at Leibel Law to find out whether or not you may be able to file a personal injury or wrongful death claim.