Alcohol and drug consumption, speeding, texting, and other forms of distracting activities have placed too many drivers into a pool of grim statistics. According to the last government census, 10.8 million auto accidents occurred in the United States in 2009. Thirty three thousand eight hundred and eight of them resulted in fatalities within a year of the incident. One thousand two hundred and eighty-four of these occurred in Georgia. If you drive every day you, you’ll spot at least one driver a day who is going too fast, following too closely or ignoring traffic signals. These people and those like them can cause pointless damage, injuries, and deaths, which results in the need for Georgia auto accident attorneys.
Our dedicated Georgia auto accident attorneys know the heartbreak, devastation, and confusion that can follow a serious automobile collision. We can help. We know that you are not a statistic but a person, a victim likely suffering from physical afflictions, property loss, trauma, and financial stress. Our Georgia auto accident attorneys are experienced lawyers whose goal is to identify and secure your rights, not just in the courtroom, but wherever we’re needed.
What We Can Do
When you or someone close to you has been in an accident, the first thing you need are Georgia auto accident attorneys who will listen carefully to your concerns, understand your problems, help you amass evidence, advocate on your behalf with automobile and health insurance carriers and opposing counsels, and guide you through your ordeal. Our experienced Georgia auto accident attorneys can and will all do that and more. We can take the pressure off you so that you can better cope with the days ahead and ensure your legal and financial recovery.
Once you contact us, one of our Georgia auto accident attorneys will need to talk to you in order to assess your case. When you arrive at our office for your consultation, you will need to be prepared for that and have with you anything you believe would provide details that relate to your accident. These would include any police and medical and insurance reports, photographs, medical bills and medical-related expenses, receipts for damaged property, and documentation of time lost from work and any loss of income. Our Georgia auto accident attorneys will also want to see less formal documentation if you have it, such as a list of any available witnesses with as much of their contact information as you have been able to gather and any letters, text messages or emails you may have exchanged with the other side or received from their lawyer or insurance company. The more you have, the more complete a picture you can provide for us and the better we can work on your behalf.
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One of our Georgia auto accident attorneys will then sit down with you and go over the details of your case with you thoroughly. They will go over the various liability issues your case contains, explain your rights, evaluate your case, and estimate the damages that can be recovered. For a free case evaluation, contact our Georgia auto accident attorneys today. Let us show you just how hard we will fight to give you the quality representation that you deserve in your time of trouble.