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Have you suffered car accident injuries as a result of another driver’s negligence? The Peach State sees more than its fair share of dangerous car accidents, and the losses you experience can put your life on hold.

Coming off US Highway 19 onto Old Milton Parkway and the subsequent intersection with South Main St are key high-traffic areas where collisions can occur.

Fortunately, as an experienced Alpharetta car accident lawyer, Michael Gumprecht has the skill, legal insight, and resources to help you regain your health and well-being and is standing by to help. 

The Gumprecht Law Firm: Personal Injury Law Firm in Alpharetta

If you were injured in a car accident that was caused by another driver’s negligence, you need results-driven legal guidance that’s focused on your rights and your rightful compensation. At The Gumprecht Law Firm, we consider each case in relation to the unique circumstances involved, which means we’ll leave no stone unturned in our quest to resolve your case as favorably as possible.  

Our firm has earned a wide range of impressive recognition, including:

  • Lifetime Achievement from America’s Top 100 Attorneys
  • Inclusion in the National League of Renowned Attorneys
  • Charter Member of the Distinguished Justice Advocates

We’re committed to you and your claim, and because we recognize that the consequences of a car accident can be far reaching, we are well prepared to effectively and efficiently guide you through the legal process – in pursuit of fair compensation that supports your fullest recovery.  

Meet Your Alpharetta Car Accident Attorney



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Michael Gumprecht, our founding attorney, is an award-winning Alpharetta personal injury lawyer who faithfully serves clients across North Georgia and throughout the state. Accolades for his work include membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and recognition by GeorgiaTrend in the category of Legal Elite. 

We recognize that you have only one one opportunity to recover on your accident-related losses, and in response, we take a modern, tech-forward approach that helps to ensure optimal outcomes. Michael’s background in computer engineering and programing informs his legal skill – allowing him to compile more detailed and nuanced evidence that bolsters settlements and court awards. 

How We Can Help You

Having a solid claim will play a critical role in your ability to recover on your losses – or legal damages – which can include all the following:

  • Property damage to your vehicle and its contents
  • Medical expenses, including current and ongoing medical bills that address any complications or secondary health concerns
  • Lost wages, including any losses related to your career or earning capacity
  • Your physical and emotional pain and suffering, which can be more difficult to accurately assess but is a serious form of loss that shouldn’t be sidelined 
  • Punitive damages that are designed to punish the driver who caused the accident rather than to compensate you as the claimant – in instances of particularly egregious negligence

In order to recover damages that accurately reflect your unique case, you need the skilled legal guidance of the team at The Gumprecht Law Firm on your side. 

Some of Our Case Results

We take great pride in our proven success for helping clients who were injured in motor vehicle accidents obtain advantageous case resolutions, and our track record speaks for itself, where we always strive to win more than the average car accident settlement claim in Georgia

$6.7 Million

We recovered $6.7 million in damages for a client who suffered a spine injury in a hit and run accident involving an impaired driver. The overarching consequences of a serious spinal cord injury can be life altering, and this judgment supports our client’s ability to effectively address the ongoing physical, financial, and emotional challenges they face.

$1.6 Million

After a client was rear-ended on a GA highway, we were able to collect $1.6 million on behalf of their recovery. Rear-end accidents are some of the most common and most dangerous accidents on roadways throughout Georgia and the nation – accounting for nearly 18 percent of all traffic fatalities according to the National Safety Council (NSC). 

$1.5 Million

Another valued client received $1.5 million in compensation after being injured in a terrifying head-on collision. Losses related to head-on accidents can be overwhelming, and NSC reports that they’re responsible for nearly 30 percent of all traffic fatalities.

What Clients Think of Us

We take our responsibility to our clients seriously, and it shows. 

Awesome Outcome

One client shares that she is not only getting on with her life post-accident but also received an awesome outcome that supports her brightest future. In her words, you’ll see a big difference in outcomes at this law firm.

Honestly Thrilled

Another satisfied client shared that Michael carefully guided her through the legal process – working diligently every step of the way. Ultimately, she reported that she was honestly thrilled with the awesome financial result.

Smartest Decision Ever

This client let us know that she went with her gut – choosing Michael to give her the legal edge she was looking for. Ultimately, she declared it was the smartest decision ever and encourages others to follow suit, saying – trust me, you cannot do better than this, not even close



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First Steps to Take

No two car accidents are identical to one another, but there are several steps that every car accident victim should take in protection of their health and their car accident claim. If another driver’s negligence leaves you injured in an accident, it’s important to keep each of the following in mind:

  • Seek the medical attention that you need as soon after the accident as possible. If you’re offered medical care at the scene, accept it, and if not, head to urgent care, the ER, or to your own provider for the immediate care you need. The adrenaline rush and shock you experience can mask serious injuries, which makes erring on the side of caution advised.
  • Reach out to an experienced Atlanta car accident lawyer early in the process. Having trusted legal representation on your side from the outset can make a significant difference in the outcome of your claim.
  • Leave the communicating with the insurance company to your lawyer who specializes in car collisions. The law doesn’t require you to make a statement, and refraining from doing so ensures that the company can’t twist your words to their own best interests.
  • Don’t accept an early settlement offer. They are in the business of churning out high profits, and early offers are generally lowball offers that are designed to tempt desperate claimants into accepting less than they’re owed. 
  • Take a break from social media while your claim is pending. Your posts may be innocent enough, but you should count on the insurance company to twist them to their own advantage if they possibly can – and they’re good at what they do.


It’s important to understand that your car accident claim is time sensitive. Once the Georgia statute of limitations – or time limit for filing a legal case – runs its course, your ability to recover on your covered losses ends.

In the State of Georgia, you have only two years from the date of your injury-causing car wreck to file an accident lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Because the claims process is complex and obtaining the compensation you deserve is paramount, consulting with a seasoned auto accident attorney sooner rather than later is always in your best interest.  

Gathering Evidence

Your car accident case will hinge on the available evidence, and having a knowledgeable lawyer skillfully handling the matter will help to ensure that all potential evidence is collected and carefully assessed in relation to your unique claim.

Common examples include:  

  • The police report
  • Any evidence of the other driver’s negligence, such as if they were ticketed
  • Photos and videos captured at the accident scene
  • Dashcam and security camera footage captured at or near the accident scene
  • The testimony of eyewitnesses
  • The testimony of expert witnesses in fields relevant to your claim
  • Accident recreation models that faithfully represent the mechanics of your accident
  • Your related medical records and bills
  • Your doctor’s report regarding the severity of your injuries, your health outcome, and any future medical needs that may be required

While you focus on your journey toward recovery, your experienced car accident attorney will scope out all the available evidence in their focused effort to build your strongest claim. 

What Can I Expect to Pay?

You’ve been injured by a negligent driver, which leaves you facing mounting medical bills that are likely accompanied by lost earnings. It’s not surprising, in other words, that you’re concerned about how much it will cost you to hire a practiced personal injury attorney in Fulton County.

The good news is that we work on a contingency fee basis.

This means we will receive a prearranged percentage of your settlement or court award only after your claim has been successfully resolved. If your claim does not prove successful, you won’t owe anything. 



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Why Choose Us over Other Alpharetta Car Accident Attorneys?

At The Gumprecht Law Firm, we will help skillfully guide your claim toward its best possible resolution – helping to ensure you reach your fullest recovery. With Michael in your corner, you can count on skilled legal advice that guides your claim forward toward a favorable resolution that supports your rights and your future. 

While there are a lot of law offices out there, we stand out from the crowd. To begin, our clients are our focus, and we are committed to all the following:

  • Being available when you need us – no endless waiting for your lawyer to get back to you
  • Fiercely advocating for an advantageous outcome that accurately reflects the losses you’ve experienced and the challenges you face
  • Building your strongest claim – employing our technological advantage in the process  
  • Skillfully negotiating with the insurance company on your behalf, which helps you avoid the pitfalls that too many clients at other firms fall victim to 
  • Holding out for a fair settlement – rather than a settlement that sounds high but may not reflect your complete damages
  • Being well prepared to file a car accident lawsuit if the insurance company isn’t willing to address your losses fairly 

Car accident victims in Alpharetta often turn to us for our personalized service, and we encourage you to do the same.

General Information on Car Accidents in Alpharetta

While the car accident and injuries you endured are specific to the situation at hand, there is general information about car accidents that applies across the board and is useful to know.

Common Causes of Car Accidents

Car accidents occur on a regular basis throughout the nation, and Georgia is no exception. In fact, the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety shares all the following sobering statistics for the most recent year available:

  • There were nearly 1,800 traffic fatalities, and most occurred in urban areas.
  • The number of fatal traffic accidents was the highest in the 10-year period studied and was considerably higher than nearly every other year.
  • Almost 400 of the fatal accidents involved impaired driving.
  • 369 of the fatal accidents involved speeding.
  • Georgia’s traffic fatality rate was 16.64 per 100,000 population, which is significantly higher than the national rate of 12.94 per 100,000 population.

The Georgia Department of Public Health reports that, in a recent year, car crashes were the second leading cause of hospitalizations and ER visits – as well as the second leading cause of injury deaths – in the state.

Other causes of car accidents include: 

  • Distracted driving
  • Drowsy driving
  • Failing to follow the rules of the road
  • Failing to adjust driving speed to accommodate the road’s condition
  • Aggressive driving 

Typical Types of Car Accidents in Alpharetta

Alpharetta sees the same wide variety and common types of car accidents that are prevalent throughout Georgia and the country at large:

  • Rear-end accidents
  • T-bone accidents
  • Sideswipe accidents
  • Head-on accidents
  • Rollovers 
  • Multiple-car pileups
  • Hit and run accidents

Types of Injuries We See as Lawyers

The impact of a car collision – even at a relatively slow speed – tends to be immense, and resulting injuries are often very serious. Common injuries in car accidents include all the following:

  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic head injuries (TBIs)
  • Broken bones
  • Serious cuts and burns that, when on the face or neck, can be permanently disfiguring
  • Internal injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries, such as whiplash
  • Limb loss and injuries that require amputation

Other Locations We Serve

In addition to proudly serving Alpharetta, we help car accident victims in all the major cities in Metro Atlanta: 



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Speak to an Alpharetta Auto Accident Lawyer Today!

Our seasoned Alpharetta car accident team knows that accidents are not only disruptive and costly but can also take an immense emotional toll on their victims. If someone else is at fault for the accident that leaves you injured, our experienced team is here to help you collect on the losses you’ve suffered – to the full extent that Georgia law allows.

Your case is important, so please don’t wait to reach out and contact us online or give us a call at 470-975-7194 for more information and to schedule a free consultation today.   

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I prove that the other driver is at fault?

Proving fault in your Georgia car accident claim comes down to compiling evidence in support of your assertion that the other driver is responsible. Your savvy car accident lawyer in Alpharetta is well prepared to prove fault in your personal injury case and to skillfully pursue just compensation for the losses you’ve endured. 

Can I afford a dedicated car accident attorney?

If you’ve been injured by another motorist’s negligence – or worse – you should know that you can afford an accomplished car accident attorney, and that you owe it to yourself and your future to contact a lawyer as soon as possible after the accident in question. Most Alpharetta car accident attorneys work on contingency, which means they don’t get paid unless your claim is successful.

What if I share fault for the car accident that leaves me injured?

In Georgia, you can seek compensation for the percentage of fault the other driver is responsible for – as long as you are less than 50 percent to blame. For example, if you are assigned 20 percent of the fault, your settlement or court award will be reduced by that 20 percent, but you can pursue compensation for the 80 percent that the other driver is responsible for in your personal injury claim.



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