The Clements Law Group, LLC

Atlanta Law Firm and Legal Services

Practice Areas

Criminal Defense & DUI Defense

We fight all criminal offenses including, but not limited to DUI, drugs, murder, assault, robbery, armed robbery, theft, fraud, weapons violations, and others cases.

Premises Liability

Have you been injured at someone else’s premises to no fault of your own? Slipped and fallen at a store? Been assaulted at at a hotel? Whatever the situation, you may be eligible for compensation.

Personal Injury

Were you or a loved one injured in a car accident? Were you the driver or a passenger?

Abusive Debt Collection

Have third party collection agencies harassed, threatened you? If so, they are in violation of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA). The law allows you to collect money damages, attorney’s fees and costs from abusive debt collectors.

Repossessions / Credit Card Suit

You may have fallen on hard times and had your car repossessed. Later on you received the shock of your life when the sheriff or process server delivered a copy of a lawsuit to your home or job. That is not only humiliating, but it is scary!

Who We Are

Our attorneys, Kirby Clements, Jr., and Gina Clements Boyd, have over 30 years of combined experience fighting for our clients and winning. Our attorneys are a brother and sister dynamic duo who pledge to fight for you just like you are family. At our firm you work directly with the attorney handling your case. You are not passed off to a paralegal or legal assistant. Your lawyer will speak directly with you, email you, and even text you if needed. You will not be in the dark about your case. We are a boutique firm that provides high quality legal services for ordinary people that are facing extraordinary circumstances in three areas of law. Our firm handles Personal Injury, Consumer Rights, and Criminal Defense.

Our Lawyers

Criminal Defense

Kirby Clements Jr.

Criminal Defense
Personal Injury

Gina Clements Boyd

Personal Injury

FAQs

  • First, call 911 to report the accident, so that the police can come out to the scene. If you are injured request an ambulance.cIf you are not injured, take picture if it safe.  Take pictures of the scene of the accident; the damage to you vehicle, and their vehicle.
    Subsequent to this, call The Clements Law Group, LLC

  • This is called a Hit and Run. First, call 911 to report the accident, so that the police can come out to the scene. If you are injured, get in a safe place and request an ambulance.If you are able to get the license plate number, do so. DO NOT CHASE the person.

  • If you have Uninsured Motorist Coverage under your policy, your insurance company will provide coverage for you. They will repair your vehicle, generally without having to pay a deductible. They will so cover any damages, medical expenses, lost wages, and out of pocket expenses you have incurred from your injuries.

  • In some instances, Clients need transportation immediately after they have been in an accident. Since it usually takes up to 5 days for a police report to become available to view the liable parties insurance information, a lot of client choose to use their insurance, which is fine. The caveat is, most polices will require you to pay a deductible. The deductible is typically deducted from the amount that is paid to the mechanic, which means you must come up with the deductible to pay the difference to the mechanic before you are able to get your vehicle.While your insurance company will seek reimbursement from the liable insurance carrier, which includes your deductible, the process can take a long time. Once the liability carrier reimburses your insurance company you will be reimbursed your deductible.On the other hand, if you choose to wait and pursue against the liable insurance company. It will provide you with a rental vehicle; and pay for repairs to your vehicle, with you not having to pay anything.

  • For your automobile, your insurance company will provide coverage, however, you must gave Uninsured Motorist Coverage under your policy. If you do not, and you are unable to identify the person who hit your vehicle, but can obtain a license plate number, then your insurance company will not cover the charges.