How Can Our Law Firm Help You? We Handle a Variety of Personal Injury Cases Throughout Augusta and All of Georgia

At Christopher J. Hudson, LLC, we believe that your only job after a serious accident is to focus on healing. We represent clients injured in truck accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and workers’ compensation claims in Augusta and throughout Georgia, giving you the freedom to worry only about getting well.  As a former insurance defense attorney, rest assured that you are in good hands with Chris.

Truck AccidentsTruck Accidents

Trucking accidents often result in serious, debilitating and permanent injuries. A fully-loaded tractor trailer may weigh up to 80,000 pounds (40 tons). The average weight of a passenger vehicle is roughly 4,000 pounds. Therefore, in a car versus truck accident, serious or deadly results often occur. Such a serious accident requires an attorney who has the knowledge, experience, and resources to properly handle a trucking accident claim. Be assured, the insurance and trucking company has a team of lawyers in place ALREADY. Get help immediately by requesting a free consultation with Chris Hudson.

Car AccidentsCar Accidents

You didn’t cause the car accident, but you’re left to pick up the pieces.  The person who hit you has caused pain, frustration, and uncertainty far beyond the physical injuries you endured. You now struggle with mounting medical bills, time missed from work, and an insurance battle that has your head spinning.  With our experience representing auto accident victims across Georgia, you can rest easily knowing your case is in good hands. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation and learn more about how we will go to work for you.

Workers' CompensationWorkers' Compensation

If you were hurt on the job, you probably have many questions. Whom can you trust? Is what your employer is telling you true? Where can you go to get help? Attorney Chris Hudson gives you answers and guidance to help you file a winning workers’ compensation claim in Georgia or South Carolina.