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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I Contact a Lawyer After a Car Accident?

A personal injury lawyer can help you gather evidence to support your case, handle negotiations with the insurance companies, and take your case to trial if necessary. Hiring an attorney will improve your chances of securing a settlement.

How Much do Lawyers Charge for Accident Claims?

Our personal injury attorneys in Gwinnett County offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and they work on a contingency fee basis, this means that you will not pay attorney’s fees out of pocket.

What Can I Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

You can recover economic and non-economic damages with an accident claim. Economic damages can cover medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and more. Non-economic damages refer to pain and suffering caused by the accident.

What to Do After a Car Accident?

If you are involved in a car accident it’s important that you receive medical attention for your injuries, gather all the evidence you can, and talk to a car accident lawyer to discuss your options to obtain compensation.

How Long do I Have to File a Claim?

The statute of limitations for a personal injury claim in Georgia is two years from the date of the accident.

Who Can Be Held Liable in a Truck Accident?

Depending on the specifics of your truck accident one or more parties may be liable. If hazardous road conditions caused the accident the city may be responsible, truck drivers acting negligently or the truck company they work for could also face liability.

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

In Georgia, the surviving spouse, children, or parents of the deceased can file a wrongful death claim. If there are no immediate surviving family members then a claim may be brought by the administrators of the decedent’s estate.

What is Negligence?

Negligence is a party or parties’ failure to exercise a reasonable degree of care toward the plaintiff, causing an accident resulting in injuries. Proving negligence is fundamental in any personal injury claim.

What are Modified Comparative Negligence Laws?

Georgia’s modified comparative laws state that an injury victim who is partly at fault for their accident will have their compensation reduced by their percentage of fault. If you are found to be more than 50% at fault for your injuries, the court will bar you from any financial recovery. An Atlanta personal injury lawyer will be able to navigate this key aspect of Georgia’s civil laws.


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