Most personal injury cases involve insurance in one way or another. For instance, a single car accident case in Georgia could involve as many as five different types of insurance (personal injury liability insurance, property damage liability insurance, umbrella insurance, underinsured or uninsured motorist (“UM”) insurance, and medical payments (“med pay”) insurance). A case involving sexual assault or a shooting will likely involve a property owner’s insurance policy or a commercial general liability (“CGL”) policy. Even giant corporations like Ford Motor Company carry insurance that they must tell Georgia courts about before trial.
If you or a loved one has been hurt and is seeking information about insurance, the links below may help.
Learn more about:
- Whose Insurance Pays after a Car Accident?
- The Straight Skinny on Liability Insurance in Georgia
- Underinsured / Uninsured Motorist (“UM”) Insurance
- What if There Isn’t Enough Insurance?
- Lyft & Uber Insurance
If you’re deciding whether to hire a lawyer or fight the insurance companies yourself, consider these factors.