Thousands of people suffer every day from a wide variety of medical issues not caused by a disease or chronic illness. Many suffer in pain and silence, never realizing that they should be seeking compensation from the person, company, manufacturer, business, or corporation that caused the injury to begin with. They pay thousands, even hundreds of thousands, of dollars on medical bills, rehabilitation bills, ongoing therapy, prescription medicines, lost wages, and much more.
Do not be one of those people any longer! Let us help you decide whether your case should be presented to a judge for consideration for compensation as soon as possible, so that you can get back to healing and living as close to a normal life as you can. We deal with the insurance companies, individuals, and other attorneys for you, and work hard to avoid ever having to step foot in the courtroom by settling before the trial even begins.
We have decades of experience dealing with personal injury claims! Our friendly team, including a licensed paralegal, professional attorney, legal secretaries, and legal assistants can help you file your claim and get the compensation that you are entitled to receive for your injury. We are well versed in Alabama and Georgia personal injury laws and know how to deal with insurance companies and attorneys for the other parties.
You are not limited to filing for yourself! Some people believe that they can only file a claim for themselves, but there are other people that you can help get compensation for, such as a spouse, child, dependent, or other loved one. It depends on the situation, so be sure to contact us to find out what options you have, especially if you are caring for someone who was hurt due to the carelessness of another.
Injuries do not have restrictions! There are no specific parts of your body that have to be injured in order for you to file a claim against an insurance company, individual, place of business, manufacturer, retailer, restaurant, or other place of business. From the top of your head to the soles of your feet, never overlook the importance of a healthy body and sound mind.
The law limits the time that you have to file your claim! Strict statutes of limitation govern personal injury claims, and your time begins ticking as soon as you are hurt. In many states, like Alabama and Georgia, you have only two years to file your claim, so be sure to act quickly to avoid risking the permanent loss of your right to compensation. Once the lawsuit has been filed, we can work with you to decide the right amount of compensation, based on insurance coverage, medical debt, ongoing debt, lost wages, and compensation for your pain and suffering.