Personal Injury Attorney
in Kennesaw, Georgia
All personal injury cases will be managed by The Fleming Firm's Of Counsel Associate Mr. Anthony Walker.
Born and raised in Memphis, TN, Anthony D. Walker naturally gravitated toward music. With hard work and discipline, Mr. Walker attended Watkins Overton High School of the Creative and Performing Arts and achieved Tennessee All-State honors each of his three years of eligibility.
Guided by those principles and coming from a hardworking family, Mr. Walker matriculated at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree. While being a full-time student, Mr. Walker also maintained a full-time job most of his collegiate career and earned the Wendell P. Whalum music scholarship and heralded Oprah Winfrey Scholarship where he was flown to Chicago, IL to meet Oprah Winfrey and be filmed in one of her last televised shows. In addition, Mr. Walker was a member of the Morehouse College marching band and jazz band.
Mr. Walker later attended Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where he was conferred a Juris Doctorate. While having two young sons and a supportive wife, Mr. Walker worked hard to complete law school in two and a half years and was awarded the John E. Ryan Merit Scholarship. During his training in law school, Mr. Walker was selected for multiple summer internships with prestigious Atlanta personal injury attorneys and was granted a judicial internship with a Cobb County Superior Court Judge.
Barred in the state of Georgia, Mr. Walker is licensed to practice law in all State, Superior, and Magistrate Courts of Georgia. Furthermore, Mr. Walker is also licensed to bring cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and Georgia Supreme Court.
Now practicing personal injury law with an emphasis in auto and commercial accidents, slip and falls, premise liability and wrongful death, Mr. Walker enjoys serving the needs of his community with his legal expertise.
Never shying away from hard work, Mr. Walker employs his core four principles to client satisfaction.
Client Care- Ensuring you receive the necessary treatment to make you whole.
Client Communication- Actively maintaining open lines of communication with you.
Client Focus- Treating every client as if you’re our only client.
Results- Getting you the most the law allows for your claim.
Let Attorney Anthony D. Walker work hard for you!
J.D., Atlanta's John Marshall, School of Law
B.A., Morehouse College
Licensed to practice in the following courts:
All State, Superior, and Magistrate Courts of Georgia
Georgia Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of Georgia
State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
Cobb County Bar Association
Call Today for A Strong Personal Injury Attorney
Automobile and other accidents happen every day, but, frankly, they rarely happen without the negligence on the part of another person, a company, a government, or some other entity. A basic legal definition of negligence is any conduct that falls below the standards of behavior established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. So, if someone does less than what a reasonable person would do in their situation to keep you safe and you get hurt, then you are the victim of their negligence.
If you have been injured in an automobile accident or any other type of accident in Georgia due to the carelessness, which is basically negligence, of another you may have the right to compensation for pain and suffering, loss of quality of life, reimbursement for medical bills and lost wages incurred, and payment for property damages. When the responsible party's conduct was particularly egregious, you may additionally be eligible to receive punitive damages. There are several different sources of possible recovery for people hurt in car crashes, including auto liability insurance, resident relative automobile insurance, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, medical payment coverage on auto policies, umbrella coverage, health insurance, and disability insurance to name a few.
When you are injured due to someone else's negligence your top priority should be recovering and getting back to a normal life. Trying to battle your case against adjusters and insurance companies will only add unnecessary stress to your life. You don't need that on top of the injuries you may already be suffering from. Attorney Walker knows that it is of critical importance to start the initial investigation into the facts of your accident as soon as possible. Crucial evidence can be obtained during this initial period that can greatly impact the amount of your recovery. Additionally, he will skillfully analyze statutes, case law, and alternative legal theories to present your case in a way that will maximize the results. He will help you develop written documentation of your injuries and their impact on your day-to-day life in a way that would likely bolster your claim for compensation. Finally, he will diligently and competently work your case ensuring that all legal time deadlines and notice requirements are met so that you do not lose valuable legal rights.
Many auto accident victims have no idea what steps to take to increase the likelihood of being adequately compensated for the injuries they have suffered. Even if you've already been involved in an accident and are now reading this there are steps you can take to increase your chances of a viable case.
First, if you haven't already done so, seek medical attention for your injuries. This step cannot be overemphasized. Physical injuries typically make up the greatest proportion of compensation in auto accident cases therefore it's absolutely critical to begin to have all injuries and treatment documented as soon as possible. Second, call Attorney Anthony Walker at Walker Law Group in Kennesaw, Georgia. Provided that the claim is not barred by the statute of limitations Attorney Walker may be able to assist you in getting a fair settlement. Third, start trying to get as much evidence as possible to show what happened to you and why it happened. If you have them, gather any police reports, photos of your damaged vehicle, photos of your injuries, gather the names and contact information of witnesses, and generally preserve whatever evidence you think might be relevant to your case. Finally, compose in your own words what actually happened, how it happened, how it caused your injuries, how it has impacted your life, what expenses it has caused you, and most importantly, what are some of the things you could do before the accident that you can no longer do that is a direct result of the accident. Once all of the evidence and information is collected, Walker Law Group can hold the responsible party accountable for his or her misconduct or negligence which led to the accident.