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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much is my personal injury claim worth?
    It’s impossible to determine how much your case is worth without a meeting to understand your situation. At your consultation, an experienced personal injury lawyer will review your case and give you an idea of how much your claim may be worth.
  • What are damages in a personal injury case?
    Damages refer to monetary payments made to injury or accident victims by the person or company responsible for the accident, condition, or act of negligence that led to the injury or accident.
  • What type of damages am I eligible to recover in a personal injury case?
    Victims of personal injury accidents can typically recover damages for their medical bills, future medical expenses, rehabilitation, adaptive equipment, medication, lost wages, future lost wages, emotional distress, decreased quality of life, and pain and suffering.
  • How long do I have to file a personal injury claim?
    In the State of Georgia, victims of personal injury accidents usually only have two years from the accident or injury date to file a lawsuit against the person responsible. However, this rule is not absolute. For that reason, it is best to consult an experienced attorney as soon after your accident as possible.
  • How much do you charge for your personal injury services?
    We work on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t charge a fee unless we successfully recover damages. No recovery, no fee.
  • What types of personal injury cases does your firm accept?
    We accept cases involving automobile, motorcycle, bus, school bus, boating, ambulance, bicycle, recreational vehicle, defective vehicle, pedestrian, construction, drunk driving, swimming pool, and child-related accidents. We also accept cases related to spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, daycare injuries, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, mesothelioma and other asbestos-related illnesses, and wrongful death.
  • What is negligence in a personal injury case?
    Legally speaking, negligence refers to carelessness, recklessness, or failure to adhere to the accepted standard of care.
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