Car, Motorcycle, and Truck Accidents
Injuries from a car, motorcycle, or truck accident can be severe and lasting for the individual injured or for an the injured person’s surviving family. The complicated legal procedures and process that must be followed to protect you or your loved ones’ interests make it urgent to hire legal counsel as soon as possible after an accident.
Our firm is dedicated to helping our clients achieve the best results possible in settlement, negotiation, and at trial. We work with each client on a very detailed, individualized basis. We understand that each client’s immediate needs and long-term needs differ. We will work with a network of experts in reconstructing your accident, and determining the physical, psychological, and emotional impact of your injuries.
In Georgia we have a myriad of excellent healthcare providers; unfortunately, medical malpractice is still a serious problem throughout the state. With pressure from insurance companies to cut costs, overworked doctors and nursing staff, and decreased funding, the problem of medical malpractice continues to get worse.
Often, it is difficult – if not impossible – for patients and/or their families to know when they have been the victim of medical malpractice. The patient or the patient’s family may feel that the medical procedure did not go as planned or the medical treatment did not have the desired result, but they are unsure if anything truly went wrong. With our legal expertise we can help you look further for other, subtle clues that legal action should be taken.
If you suspect that you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice it is important for you to speak with a medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible. A delay in taking action on your part, may harm your ability to recover for your loss. Additionally, taking quick action ensures that your attorney has time to collect the evidence and interview the witnesses that are vital to your case before the evidence is lost.
If medical malpractice has led to the untimely death of a loved one, your family may not only have to suffer the emotional turmoil of that loss, but also the financial hardship that results from your loved one’s passing. Family members may be able to take legal action to recover for their loss. By filing a wrongful death claim in Georgia state courts, family members may be able to hold the wrongdoer accountable for his or her actions or inaction. This can provide your family the financial resources you need to pay for medical bills and funeral expenses, as well as provide your family the financial means to move forward after your loss.
If you have been injured in an accident that occurs on another’s property you may have a claim for premises liability that will enable you to recover for your injury and loss. Property owners in Georgia have a general duty to take steps to prevent injury to visitors, employees, and patrons. This can include providing proper warnings about dangerous conditions (such as a spill or wet floor), providing adequate lighting, or fixing problems that pose a risk of harm (such as a hole or a dip in the flooring of a building). If property owners fail to fulfill their duty, they can be held responsible for the injuries that result from their failure.
Contact us today for a initial case evaluation at (770) 692-5020.