Personal Injury


Accidents can be devastating. Which is why we give our clients the compassion and attention they need following a serious motor vehicle accident. We have experience in all types of motor vehicle accidents and seek justice for our clients by any means necessary.

Following a car accident, it is crucial to conduct a thorough investigation to identify any instances of driver error or negligence. This entails reviewing police reports, gathering eyewitness accounts, analyzing accident photographs, and visiting the crash site. Our experienced legal team possesses the expertise to access vital information in car accident cases, including the driver’s medical records and cellphone data.


Operating a large commercial vehicle is a significant duty that necessitates truck drivers and their employers to prioritize safety measures for the well-being of all road users. Unfortunately, when truckers or trucking companies demonstrate negligence, it frequently results in severe collisions.

If you suffer a trucking accident, you’ll need a trial lawyer that’s prepared to go the distance with your case. Contact Brunson Grant Law and let us handle your case.


Premises liability is the legal doctrine that declares the owner of a property responsible for any injuries that occur due to their negligence. Every state in the U.S. holds that property owners must make a reasonable effort to keep their premises safe, as defined by “duty of owner or occupier of land to invitee” in Georgia Code Section 51-3-1.

Trip & falls can be dangerous, and while often times you will recover just fine, they can certainly lead to serious injuries requiring medical attention. Our firm can help you receive the medical care and compensation you need.


If you’ve been injured by a criminal or negligent act of another person caused by the inadequate or negligent security of a commercial property owner or business, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries.

It is the responsibility of property owners and landlords to reasonably safeguard the well-being of their tenants, guests, and customers. This obligation encompasses implementing appropriate security measures to prevent incidents such as shootings, assaults, and other acts of violence. In situations where business owners neglect to provide adequate security, resulting in harm to individuals, the law allows the victims to pursue legal action by filing a case for negligent or inadequate security against the property owner.

If you believe you experienced an incident due to the negligence of a property, contact our firm today and we can help determine if you have a case.


The death of a loved one is never easy. However, losing a loved one due to the negligence of another, can be even more devasting.

In Georgia, a wrongful death refers to the loss of a person’s life due to the negligent, reckless, intentional, or criminal actions of another individual or entity. Within the state, there are two primary types of claims that can be pursued: a wrongful death claim and an estate claim.When filing a wrongful death claim, the family of the deceased has the right to seek compensation for the “full value of the life” that was lost. This encompasses two key elements: economic and non-economic factors.

Our team may be able to help you file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party, and attain the justice and compensation you and your family deserve.



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