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Yes, if you’ve been severely injured and need to seek compensation from someone else, you should hire an experienced personal injury attorney to represent you. Why risk getting less than what you deserve (or potentially nothing) when your health and financial well-being are on the line? A personal

Every state has a statute of limitations that establishes a deadline for filing a personal injury lawsuit. This deadline ensures the filing of personal injury lawsuits before evidence is lost or witnesses’ memories fade. In Georgia, you generally have two years from the date of your injury to

Most personal injury claims are resolved through settlements long before a trial is necessary. However, a case might need to go to trial if the parties cannot agree on the amount of compensation due to the injured victim or if the at-fault party disputes its liability for the

Not all personal injury cases are based on proving that someone else was negligent. For example, if someone harms you on purpose, like an assault, you could file a personal injury claim against them. Product liability claims could also be pursued based on strict liability or breach of

If someone else failed to act responsibly and injured you, you could seek compensation for various expenses and losses you incurred due to your injuries. Through a personal injury claim or lawsuit, you could seek compensation for the following: Medical treatment, including hospitalization, surgery, rehabilitation, prescription pain medication,

Georgia is an at-fault state when it comes to car insurance claims. This means that the party who is found at fault for a car crash is responsible for the harm they caused. This is usually sorted out through an insurance claim with the at-fault party.

Negligence is when a person or a company does something wrong which causes someone else an injury. To show negligence in a personal injury lawsuit, the plaintiff must show: that the wrongdoer had a duty to the plaintiff, the wrongdoer breached that duty, the wrongdoer’s negligent action caused

It depends. We have handled cases that resolved within weeks, and other cases that took years. Typically, the most important factor is whether the at-fault defendant or insurance company is willing to accept full responsibility for the wrongdoer’s actions. If an at-fault person—such as a negligent driver who

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It’s no problem—it happens all the time. We take only a small percentage of the cases that come to us. If your case isn’t a good fit for our firm, we’ll tell you, and we can send you to a lawyer who handles cases like the one you’ve

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