Our Lawrenceville personal injury lawyers are available for consultations and meetings at 154 Stone Mountain Street, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30045. Our office is located within walking distance from the Gwinnett Justice & Administration Center, Gwinnett County’s courthouse. The courthouse is located at 75 Langley Drive, just half a mile from our office.
One of the Best Personal Injury Lawyers in Lawrenceville
A car accident can change your life in a flash. The people at Gwinnett Medical Center are good, but they can’t fix everything. Serious injuries result in pain, suffering, and high medical bills. Neck, back, and spinal injuries are common. Death can shatter a family and leave a hole where a loved one used to be. It is crucial you have a personal injury attorney who is there to help you through your recovery process, and who you can rely on for sound advice.
Our Lawrenceville car accident lawyers understand what these losses mean. We deliver top-caliber service to the men, women, and children we help. Our job, in plain words, is to take a claim and turn it into compensation. Georgia law recognizes several categories of losses, or “damages,” for which an at-fault driver or the insurance company should pay.
Past Medical Bills.
If you’ve been in a car accident, then you have probably come face-to-face with the high cost of healthcare today. Hospital and doctor bills mount after a car accident and can drain your bank account or sink your credit. If you face medical bills as a result of a car accident, Georgia law says that you’re entitled to be compensated for them, even if you had medical insurance.
Future Medical Bills.
The injuries from an accident don’t magically heal the moment a personal injury lawsuit is filed. They can continue for months, years, or even decades, and may require treatment far into the future. For example, some neck and back injuries may require long-term treatment and multiple surgeries. Even after that, the pain may not go away entirely. If a car accident is going to cause future medical bills, the injured person is entitled to compensation for those costs. A personal injury attorney can retain an expert to create a “life care plan” that predicts those future medical needs and can be used to get a verdict or settlement that accounts for them.