McDonald & Cody, LLC: Personal Injury Attorneys in Alto and Cornelia Georgia
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Notable Recoveries in the Past Five Years:

Personal Injury

The law firm of McDonald & Cody takes pride in standing up for ordinary people who have been victimized by large corporations, insurance companies, or the government. Laws exist to protect people from the negligent and wrongful actions of another person or company, but sometimes larger entities seem "too big to fight." McDonald & Cody have been fighting—and winning—these battles for over 50 years combined, and are ready to assist you.


Injuries can have a permanent effect

Serious personal injury can have a major impact on your life. You may no longer be able to work, leaving you with no reliable means of paying the medical bills that keep piling up. Stress spreads from the victim to his or her loved ones, causing emotional hardship that can split a family apart. If the pain is permanent, it can seem like no reprieve is ever forthcoming.


Pursuing your legal right to just compensation is not a handout in these scenarios. Whoever caused your suffering, whether it be a private individual or massive conglomerate, must be made to pay for what they have done. In many cases, it is possible to receive economic compensation for noneconomic injury. Pursuing these punitive damages also helps to ensure that the same party will never repeat their mistake, potentially saving another from the pain you have been forced to endure.


Attorneys who will fight for your rights

McDonald & Cody take this responsibility very seriously, and have fought and won for numerous clients in the past. Examples include a grandfather murdered by a wayward tractor trailer, a law enforcement officer who died as a result of being mis-medicated by a hospital, a psychiatric patient inappropriately touched by his psychologist, a mother struck dead by a Union County vehicle in Georgia, and a mentally challenged teen forced to witness a death when a tractor trailer carrying explosives crashed into the car she was riding in.


McDonald & Cody also have experience in a variety of other types of personal injury litigation, such as amputations, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injuries (TBI), burns (including both second and third degree burns), and pain conditions like Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). The firm deals with these tragedies and more everyday, and will not allow the perpetrators to get away with their misdeeds.


If you are the victim of any unlawful personal injury, do not hesitate to contact McDonald & Cody today at (706) 778-5291 or (888) 351-9459. They are proven Personal Injury attorneys with experience trying personal injury cases nationwide.

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Office Locations

Personal Injury Lawyer in Alto GA

4005 Hwy 365 South

Alto, GA 30510




+1 706 778 5291

+1 706 778 2889

+1 678 446 9216


Personal Injury Lawyer in Cornelia GA

383 U.S. Hwy 441 Business

Cornelia, GA 30531


+1 706 778 7178

Our Philosophy

Personal Injury Lawyer in Alto and Cornelia GA

If we are not able to settle your case in six months, we will file suit and begin the process of litigation. The philosophy at McDonald & Cody, LLC is to provide maximum results, one client at a time. We are dedicated to our cases and strive for quick, full and maximum compensation. We are committed to our core values of returning phone calls, candid assessments and responsibility.

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