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Norcross Personal Injury Lawyer

A personal injury accident in Norcross, Georgia could permanently impact your life. A significant disability, painful injury or the loss of a loved one’s life could lead to lifelong medical expenses and many other losses. If someone else’s negligence or wanton disregard caused your accident, state law may entitle you to legal recourse and financial compensation. The Norcross personal injury lawyers at Bross, McAllister & Williams, LLC help clients work through many types of injury claims. Find out how we may be able to help you. Request a free consultation today.

Why Choose Us?

  • We abide by many core values – one of which is, “to serve others first.”
  • We have a reputation for excellence based on years of achieving positive case results.
  • We empathize with our clients and provide compassionate legal representation.
  • We have experience with car accidents, construction/workplace accidents, catastrophic injuries and much more.
  • We represent victims of personal injury accidents on a contingency fee basis.

How Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Help With Your Case?

Hiring a personal injury attorney can make it easier for you and your family to resolve a complicated legal matter and feel confident in the fairness of an award won. Rather than wondering whether an insurance adjuster has taken advantage of you, you will rest assured your lawyer has protected your best interests. An attorney can communicate with insurance adjusters on your behalf, fight for maximum financial compensation, and guide you through physical and emotional recovery.

Is There a Cap on Personal Injury Settlements in Georgia?

Many states impose damage caps on personal injury settlements and verdicts. These are laws setting a maximum amount of money a claimant can receive for his or her damages. Caps on noneconomic damages, such as for pain and suffering, are most common. Yet Georgia does not have a cap on economic nor noneconomic damages. Without any damage caps, the value of a personal injury settlement can vary greatly.

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What Is Compensation for “Pain and Suffering?”

Part of a personal injury compensatory award is an amount to pay for the victim’s pain and suffering. Other terms for this type of award include noneconomic, intangible and general damages. Pain and suffering is a broad term that can envelop many different types of physical, emotional and mental losses a victim sustains in an accident or due to an injury. The Georgia civil courts permit an accident victim to seek financial reimbursement of several types of pain and suffering damages.

  • Physical or chronic pain
  • Discomfort
  • Limited mobility or disability
  • Emotional distress
  • Mental anguish
  • Psychological injuries
  • Loss of consortium
  • Lost quality or enjoyment of life
  • Grief over a wrongful death

Depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, despair, humiliation, loss of spousal love, physical pain and many other personal damages related to an accident could become factors in your financial settlement or jury award. Work with the Norcross personal injury attorneys at BMW Law to demand fair compensation for all these damages and more.

Statute of Limitations to File a Claim

One of the most important laws to know during a Norcross personal injury claim is the statute of limitations. In Georgia, you have two years from the date of your injury – or of injury discovery – to file your civil claim under Georgia Code section 9-3-33. The statute of limitations doubles to four years for a lawsuit involving loss of consortium: the loss of someone’s love, care, guidance, companionship and services due to disability or death. Act quickly to consult with a lawyer at Bross, McAllister & Williams, LLC after a personal injury, before you miss your deadline to file.

Contact a Norcross Personal Injury Lawyer Now

If you or someone you love is the victim of a personal injury accident in Norcross, please contact us as soon as possible to set up a free initial consultation. Our attorneys can talk with you about your accident, explain your rights and list your legal options at no obligation. Call (770) 225-4710 now, we represent clients in Norcross, Suwanee and throughout Gwinnett County, Georgia.

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