Boling Rice, LLC is an Atlanta-based personal injury law firm that represents accident victims and their families in Georgia tort and wrongful death claims. In addition to their office in Atlanta, Boling Rice, LLC also has offices in Alpharetta and Cumming, Georgia. Consequently, the firm is able to represent clients across Gwinnett County, Georgia. Among the types of cases that the firm handles are:\n\nCar accidents\nConstruction accidents\nDog bites\nDrunk driving accidents\nPedestrian accidents\nSlip and fall cases\nPremises liability\nMotorcycle accidents\nProduct liability\nDram Shop Act cases\nBrain injury accidents\nSpinal cord injuries\nTruck accidents\nWrongful death cases\nInadequate security\nAirplane accidents\n\nWith over 50 years of experience practicing in personal injury law, Boling Rice has recovered millions of dollars for their clients. The firm’s attorneys are all members of the Georgia bar, and have been honored as Top Lawyers in Georgia as well as admitted as members to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an exclusive group of trial attorneys that have won million dollar verdicts and settlements. Its membership is comprised of less than 1 percent of United States attorneys. The firm is qualified to represent clients in all Federal and State Courts in Georgia, including the Northern District of Georgia, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Georgia Supreme Court.\n\nSeveral of the attorneys at the firm began their legal careers representing insurance companies defending against personal injury claims, giving them an insider’s perspective of how the strategies and techniques employed in personal injury defense. Consequently, the firm’s lawyers have the experience necessary to maximize an accident victims’ recovery.\n\nBoling Rice, LLC takes all of their cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that their clients do will not pay anything unless their case is brought to a successful resolution. In using this free structure, the firm assures that every injured victim has access to the civil justice system, regardless of their ability to pay for a lawyer.