No law firm, regardless of its size, has a monopoly on top-notch attorneys. “Bigger” does not mean “better,” especially when the Client’s case or matter does not require an army of attorneys. The prudent Client understands that the attorney-Client relationship ultimately boils down to people. It is the individual, not the entity, who gives unconditional loyalty to the Client; who provides personal accountability to the Client; and who brings passion to the Client’s cause.

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According to one Southern saying, “You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.” Another old saw , however, advocates the opposite: “Sometimes you have to crack some skulls.” The prudent attorney understands both of these perspectives and understands when each should apply. Unfortunately, in a disproportionate share of personal injury cases – especially when an insurance company is involved – the latter axiom holds true. Wellborn brings to every personal injury case he handles the same stubborn determination and (when necessary) the same controlled fury that he relied upon as a linebacker at Georgia Tech. There is a reason that the media tagged Wellborn with the nickname “The Hammer.” Said Dan Tynan of CNET: “You can have Johnny Cochran. If I’m ever in a legal wrangle – or a bar fight – I’d want Pete Wellborn on my side.”

Catastrophic Accident Law

The Firm handles catastrophic accident cases where Clients have suffered serious injuries such as amputations, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, paralysis, and loss of eyesight.

Catastrophic injuries are usually permanent injuries that will affect the injured for the rest of their lives. Catastrophic injuries are usually sudden events, so the injured not only has to deal with the injury itself, but also cope with the mental aspects of living a life very different from the one before the injury.