James T. Ponton is an experienced injury attorney who handles catastrophic personal injury cases.
Because You Deserve Maximum Recovery
Your Catastrophic Injury Case Is Our Top Priority.
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64 Reviews * 4.9 Rating
“Professional, caring and easy! Mr. Ponton represented me when I was involved in a car wreck with a drunk driver. He explained how the process works, kept me informed while the case was pending, and ultimately got me way more than I expected. I would definitely use him again.”
31 Reviews * 5 Rating
I enjoyed working with James. He handled everything to make sure the bills were paid and my questions where answered. His staff was amazing always very friendly and kind. I would definitely recommend him to anyone needing legal assistance and someone who will fight for you.
What We Offer
No Fees Unless We Win
No recovery, no fees! James always offers a free consultation as well.
Former Insurance Company Lawyer
James used to represent some of the biggest insurance companies in Georgia. He knows how they evaluate cases and how to maximize your recovery.
Georgia Superlawyer 2019
James was a Rising Star in 2014-2018, and was named a Superlawyer for 2019. No more than 5% of all lawyers are Superlawyers. Why settle for less than the best?
Proven Track Record
James has recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts on behalf of his clients. Let him get to work for you.
Speak to a live person all day everyday. Hospital visits available.
Atlanta, GA Personal Injury Attorney
At Ponton Law, we specialize in the litigation and trial of catastrophic personal injury cases. We bring all of our resources to bear on each case we handle because we believe that you deserve the best representation possible. We handle only a limited number of cases at any given time. Our team includes paralegals, private investigators, nurse consultants, liability expert witnesses and medical experts designed to maximize the recovery in every case we handle.
Our track record speaks for itself. Over the past five years, we have recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients who have trusted us with their cases.
Because of this success, James has been recognized as one of the top young lawyers in Georgia and named a Georgia Rising Star by Atlanta Magazine and the Super Lawyers Magazine in 2014-2018 and a Superlawyer in 2019. No more than 2.5% of the total lawyers in Georgia are selected as a Rising Star.
We prepare every case from start to finish for trial and appellate review. In addition to serving as lead counsel in numerous trials, James has successfully litigated numerous times in the Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court, and the 11th Circuit.
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Penny v. McBride,
282 Ga. App. 590 (2007)
Whatley v. Sharma,
291 Ga. App. 228 (2008)
Mealer v. Kennedy,
290 Ga. App. 432 (2008)
We Don’t Get Paid Unless We Win
Some attorneys charge by the hour, and you pay whether you win or lose. Some attorneys ask their clients to advance the case expenses, which can run into the tens of thousands of dollars. We don’t. We provide a free initial case evaluation, and all cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. This means that our firm does not recover a penny unless we win. It also means our interests our aligned-the more we recover for you, the bigger our fee is. We do not require any payment from you unless we obtain a verdict or settlement.
Our agreement with you also includes representation with your health insurance provider, Medicare, Medicaid, or any other entity that has paid for accident related medical bills. We also assist you in finding a medical provider in the event that you do not have any medical insurance.
What We’ve Done
Results since 2012 only
Closed Head Injury
Who Is at Fault in a 3-Car Fender Bender?
Imagine a driver B who hits the rear end of the car ahead of him, driven by driver A. Driver C, who was following closely behind driver B then hits driver B. In this 3-car fender bender, who is at fault? Determining liability in a multiple-vehicle crash can be problematic. Besides the position of the vehicles, several factors such as the right of way can come into play. A 3-car fender bender is also called a chain reaction accident. It often involves 3 or more vehicles rear-ending each other. Usually, your best bet of proving fault and receiving damages lies with an experienced Car Accident Attorney. Here is everything you should know about the fault in these accidents. Front Car Liability The front car refers to the first car to be hit or the vehicle at the front of the lineup. The driver of this vehicle is rarely held liable…
How Long Does It Take to Investigate a Fatal Car Accident?
Fatal car accidents happen in an instant. However, the emotional, psychological, and financial impacts on the deceased’s loved ones are often life-altering and far-reaching. This is why it can be frustrating to watch investigations draw on for weeks or even months. Car accident investigators need to be meticulous. They have to inspect every aspect of the collision and collect the necessary evidence. In this article, we answer the question; how long does it take to investigate a fatal car accident? If you have lost a loved one in a fatal car accident; an experienced Car Accident Attorney can inform you of your rights, obligations, and legal options. When Is Investigating a Car Accident Necessary? The investigation is often a lengthy and detailed process. Generally, all fatal car accidents or those that include injury are investigated. Other circumstances that could call for police attendance include where: A driver is suspected…
Get The Help You Need
It’s important that you speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. The sooner we are involved, the better we can prepare your case. As time passes, evidence is lost and witnesses forget what happened. Emails and videos are purged. For example, large big box retailers routinely destroy surveillance videos after thirty days, which might have caught your fall at the grocery store on camera. Georgia law provides for sanctions in the event that a company destroys video evidence, but only after it receives “notice of litigation.” Call the Atlanta Personal Injury attorney today at 404-418-8507, or contact us online to schedule an appointment.