Alpharetta, Georgia Injury Lawyer
Like many of the cities in Georgia, Alpharetta originated along an Indian trail. The site formed was called Prospect Camp Ground and served as a trading post for white settlers and Indians. In 1858 the town of Milton was formally established and became the county seat for Milton County. The name was later changed to Alpharetta which means "first town." Today Alpharetta is a thriving Atlanta area community comprised of approximately 60,000 people that is home to many high tech companies and is considered an ideal place to live and raise a family.
Alpharetta grew much bigger in the 1980s by virtue of its proximity to Georgia Highway 400. This traffic-filled highway feeds suburban Alpharetta residents into downtown Atlanta, and is notorious for serious automobile wrecks and tractor trailer accidents. Charles Scholle is proud to have represented many Alpharetta residents who have suffered injuries in serious auto accidents, truck accidents and tractor trailer accidents on Georgia 400, Alpharetta Highway (Highway 9), Georgia Highway 120 and other Alpharetta byways. Alpharetta residents, being close to the recreational center of Lake Lanier, also are sometimes boating accident victims or motorcycle accident victims.
If you have been seriously injured in a car or tractor-trailer accident near Alpharetta, Georgia call Charles Scholle. He has an office near the Perimeter on Glenlake Parkway, in Buckhead and in Duluth, and he serves clients throughout Metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia. To talk more about your case at a free, confidential consultation, please contact the firm online, Email, or call 866-972-5287 or, in Alpharetta, 770-717-5100.
Alpharetta Police Department 678-297-6300
Fulton County Police Department 404-613-3005
Fulton County Fire Department 404-612-5700