Practice Areas

We keep our entire focus on helping the injured and disabled get their rightful compensation.

Skilled Injury Lawyers Serving Dalton & North Georgia

━ Our Practice Areas

At the McMahan Law Firm, LLC, our Dalton, Georgia attorneys focus on helping the injured. We do not represent big corporations, insurance companies, or employers, and have a track record for successfully obtaining millions of dollars for our clients. This is because our practice is dedicated to aggressively pursuing compensations when you need it most, even when you face seemingly insurmountable opposition.

Personal Injury

If you have been injured or disabled due to no fault of your own, do not suffer in silence. With the help of a skilled Dalton personal injury attorney,  you can take action against liable parties and demand the financial recovery you deserve.

Car Accidents

If you have been injured in an automobile accident that was caused by no fault of your own, you may be eligible to pursue a full financial recovery from liable parties. Our Dalton car accident attorneys are ready to help you obtain your rightful amount of compensation.

Workman’s Compensation 

If you have received injuries at your workplace, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. Many catastrophic injuries result from specific accidents, but a chronic condition can also develop over time.

More Than a Case

We Work for People Not Numbers

We care about getting injured or disabled individuals their rightful compensation.

Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability can involve a complex process that our Dalton SSD attorneys at McMahan Law Firm, LLC are intimately familiar with. 

Long Term Disability

At McMahan Law Firm, LLC, we help North Georgia residents and residents all across the United States achieve the maximum possible return for long-term disability (“LTD”) benefits. 

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We serve clients throughout North Georgia, including Dalton, Ringgold, Murray, Calhoun and Rome.

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