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Cliff Carlson Law, PC is a rapidly growing Personal Injury firm serving claimants Middle Georgia. We work by a strict code of ethics that values excellence, commitment, and compliance with bar mandates.
We genuinely wish to extend mental support as well as competent representation to our clients. Our advocates are invested in the success of our clients and we get paid our contingency fee, only when there is a win in their favor. Upholding our values and incorporating them in our business and social interactions define our corporate social responsibility efforts.


Doing the best we can is not just a paper statement for Cliff Carlson Law, PC. We only take on a limited number of clients and strive to reach a settlement commensurate with the damages suffered by them, irrespective of extenuating circumstances. We are mindful of the fragile mental state of personal injury victims and shoulder the burden of the paper work and legal hassles so that they can recuperate in peace. We honor the integrity of the information shared with us and use it effectively to ensure that the verdict is in the best interest of our clients.


From the percentage of the settlement as contingency fee to the percentage offered to providing competent representation, compliance with Georgia state bar mandates lies at the heart of our business model. Cliff Carlson, who heads Cliff Carlson Law, PC has practiced in both state and federal courts and thus we conform to bar stipulations building a foundation of trust with our clients and our network.


We are committed to Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and go beyond what is required for state licensing. Our advocates also attend additional seminars to hone our skills and update our knowledge. We give back to our community by organizing events and workshops to raise personal injury, and other important legal issues, awareness and to acquaint victims with the various compensation provisions available to them. We are also members of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association as well as other organizations.

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Personal Injury cases are extremely sensitive and need to be handled with empathy and understanding. The claimant likely suffers from physical injuries and mental scars and also has to grapple with the duty documenting damages to his self and his person

Under such circumstances, a PI attorney should ease suffering, inspire confidence and take over the responsibility of the paperwork.

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What is an esophageal spasm?

Posted By: Clifford Carlson | Posted On: August 17, 2015

The technical term for Esophageal spasm is spastic pseudodiverticulosis. This can cause abnormal muscle contractions in the esophagus and lower sphincter. This may appear as chest pains with a difficulty swallowing both liquids and solids. This may be accompanies by pain, but pain may exist alone. It is similar to esophageal achalasia and may become achalasia over time.T...

What are esophageal pouches or diverticulas?

Posted By: Clifford Carlson | Posted On: August 14, 2015

Esophageal pouches are abnormal protrusions in the esophagus. While these protrusions usually do not require treatment, they can be removed surgically. Midesophageal pouches are usually caused by lesions located in the chest outside the esophagus. Epiphrenic pouches occur above the diaphragm. The pharyngeal, or Zenker’s, pouch can fill with food which can them be regurgitate...

What is the Esophagus?

Posted By: Clifford Carlson | Posted On: August 12, 2015

The Esophagus is a tube that runs from the throat to the stomach. It is used to transport food to the stomach, and it accomplishes this by contracting muscles and not gravity as many suspect. There is a band of muscles at both the top and bottom of this tube that close to prevent food and stomach acid from going the wrong direction. If those muscles become weak, they will be...

What is Esophageal Achalasia?

Posted By: Clifford Carlson | Posted On: August 10, 2015

Esophageal Achalasia is a disease that affects the muscle of the lower esophageal body and the lower esophageal sphincter. The lower sphincter is unable to relax and allow food to enter the stomach. The muscles of the esophagus may also have trouble getting food to that lower sphincter. Both make swallowing food very difficult. The effect of this may be more profound when ea...

How to Receive Compensation for Slip and Fall Accidents

Posted By: Clifford Carlson | Posted On: August 7, 2015

Accidental slip and falls can turn out to be dangerous and painful if the person that falls down sustains permanent injuries. Many instances of slip and fall are caused by callous carelessness of the person owning the property, but many also happen due to lack of foresight of the victim. Though the sight of a person falling may elicit laughs from everyone around, it is certa...