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Zach Pritchard earned his undergraduate degree in Management from Kennesaw State University prior to completing his law degree at John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia. Zach chose to practice law in Bartow County and Northwest Georgia because of his deep ties to the area and his many relationships with its residents. Zach fights for his clients throughout the difficult processes associated with a personal injury case.

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How to Get Your Floyd County Accident Report

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If you ever get into an accident near Rome, GA or elsewhere in Floyd County, make sure to obtain a copy of your Floyd County accident report as soon as possible. Whether you file a claim with an insurance company or decide to file a lawsuit, your accident report serves as an important piece of evidence. How Important are Floyd County Accident Reports? Floyd County accident reports are essential evidence in personal injury cases like car accidents. They contain information about the accident recorded by the responding officer, including the names of people involved, potential injuries, and witnesses. How to Get Floyd County Accident Reports If the Floyd County Police Department responds to your accident, you can either get your report by email or on BuyCrash.com. If the Rome Police Department responds, you can obtain a copy of your Rome, GA police report either in-person or on BuyCrash.com.  In-Person To pick up a copy of your Rome, GA police report, you can visit the City Records window at the Rome Police Department: Rome Police DepartmentCity Records5 Government PlazaSuite 300Rome, GA 30161Phone: 706-238-5111Hours: Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Get Directions The City Records window is located in the front lobby of the police department. Each requested report only costs $5. Email To get a copy of your Floyd County accident report, you must make an Open Records Request with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office. Contact Sergeant Oneida Moreno at morenoo@floydcountyga.org to make a request. Online Both the Rome Police Department and the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office offer online copies of accident reports through BuyCrash.com. This website serves as a repository for all accident records in Georgia. To search for your Floyd County accident report or Rome, GA police report, make sure you have the following information: Last name of an involved driver; Date of the accident; VIN number of your vehicle; Driver’s license number; and Report number. Once you find your report you can then download a PDF copy. Keep in mind that it takes up to 10 business days for reports to appear on BuyCrash. When to Contact an Experienced Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer After sustaining injuries in a car accident, you may need help determining who is at fault in your accident or getting enough compensation to recover. If so, you should consult a Georgia personal injury lawyer right away. At Pritchard Injury Firm, we have years of experience helping clients identify those responsible for their injuries and getting the compensation they need. Our legal team helps gather evidence like your Floyd County accident report to strengthen your claim. We represent you every step of the way so you can focus on recovery. Give attorney Zach Pritchard a call today at 470-420-4200 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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5 Dead, 2 Injured in City Bus Crash in Atlanta

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ATLANTA, GA (3/11/2020) — Two women, two children, and a teenager died in a head-on car accident with a city bus on Wednesday night in Atlanta. The crash happened around 10:45 p.m. on Bolton Road. According to the Atlanta Police Department, a 2010 Nissan Sentra was traveling north with seven occupants on Bolton Road. The 28-year-old driver reportedly lost control of the Nissan and crossed the center lane into oncoming traffic. The Nissan was then hit on the driver’s side by a Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) bus traveling south on the road. Two women in their 20s, an 18-year-old, a 4-year-old, and a 19-month-old lost their lives in the accident. The driver of the Nissan and a 12-year-old passenger were taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in critical condition. The MARTA bus driver was also taken to Grady with non-life threatening injuries, and the two passengers on the bus were not injured in the accident. The Atlanta Police Department’s Accident Investigations Unit is still investigating the accident and suspect speed to be a factor in the crash. The victims have not yet been identified to the public. Source: NBC, People, WSBTV 2 Compassionate Attorneys in Georgia On behalf of Pritchard Injury Firm, we want to express our deepest condolences to those suffering from this tragedy. As personal injury lawyers, we have experienced first-hand the damage that car accidents can do to a family and other loved ones. By reporting on problems like these, we hope that we can raise awareness for safe driving and advocate for the justice owed to injured victims. If you or a loved one were injured in an accident, contact us today. Our car accident lawyers at Pritchard Injury Firm will do everything they can to make sure you get compensation and justice for your losses. Please note that all information in this post was taken from a second-hand source. If you see anything inaccurate in this post, please notify our office right away. Our deepest condolences go out to the families of the victims of this horrible incident. If a family member would like the name of a person removed for any reason, please click the “Remove Post” link. 

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How to Get Your Fulton County Accident Report

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If you get involved in a car accident in Fulton County, you should get a copy of your Fulton County accident report as soon as you can. Your report is essential in building a strong personal injury case and helps determine who is at fault for your crash. Why is My Fulton County Accident Report Important? A Fulton County accident report serves as important evidence, whether you need proof for an insurance company or if you decide to pursue legal action against the other driver. The responding officer for your incident records all of the necessary details of the accident, including damage to vehicles, injuries, and potential witnesses. How to Obtain Your Fulton County Accident Report If a police officer from the Fulton County Police Department responds to your crash, you can get your accident report either in-person or online through BuyCrash.com. In-Person To obtain a copy of your Fulton County accident report in-person, fill out an SR13 Accident Form and bring it to one of the following precincts: Fulton County Police DepartmentRecords and Reports Office141 Pryor Street SWAtlanta, GA 30303Phone: 404-613-5700Hours: Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Get Directions Fulton County Police Headquarters4701 Fulton Industrial Boulevard SWAtlanta, GA 30336Phone: 404-613-6600Hours: Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Get Directions Online The Fulton County Police Department offers online copies of their accident reports through BuyCrash.com. The BuyCrash website serves as a repository for all accident reports in the state of Georgia. You can search for your Fulton County accident report with the following information: Last name of a driver involved, Accident date, VIN number of a vehicle involved, Driver’s license number, and Accident report number. After paying a nominal fee, you can download a PDF copy of your accident report. Keep in mind that it takes up to 10 business days for most Fulton County accident reports to appear on BuyCrash.  Contact an Experienced Georgia Car Accident Attorney Today If you were injured in a car accident, you might need help getting the compensation you deserve for your injuries. If so, you should contact a Georgia personal injury lawyer right away for a consultation. At the Pritchard Injury Firm, we help our clients gather evidence to strengthen their case and fight for their right to compensation. With decades of experience in personal injury cases, we strive to represent you every step of the way so you can focus on recovering from your injuries. Give attorney Zach Pritchard a call today at 470-420-4200 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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