The secret to
getting more Money
from your Georgia accident case
I discovered a way to stop the insurance company from decreasing the value of your case.
I want to share those secrets with you today.
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The day you were injured, you entered a battle with the insurance company. Insurance companies have made it difficult for many deserving people to get fair compensation for their accidents without having to fight in court.
Over the last 25 years of practicing law, I’ve seen insurance companies use all sorts of ruthless tactics designed to keep money in their pockets, instead of fairly paying accident victims. Most insurance companies hope you will make mistakes that can ruin your accident case.
Here are some of the worst mistakes that could ruin your personal injury case:
- Not taking good photographs
- Hiding past accidents from your attorney
- Hiding other injuries
- Not having accurate tax returns
- Misrepresenting your physical limitations
- Giving a recorded statement to the insurance company
- Posting comments and pictures on social media that could hurt your case
And if you want to Maximize the value of your case, keep reading…!
Ok. So, you’ve learned about the mistakes not to make after a car accident, and that these mistakes can lower the value of your case. But is there any way to maximize the value of your case?
To Maximize Your Injury Case, You Must Prove Your Case
To maximize the value of your case, you must prove two things:
1. You have a serious injury
2. Your injury is someone else’s fault
It’s important to remember that the law does not demand compensation for every injury. You must prove that someone else was negligent or careless, and that it was their negligence or carelessness which caused your injury.
If you have suffered an unfortunate accident that is no one else’s fault, or if you don’t sue the right person, the law says that you will not win your case.
Why I’m willing to tell you my secret…
To be frank, most people don’t call me about their accident until after they’ve made the mistakes I mentioned earlier. A case can be hard to save after that. I don’t want you to ruin your chances of getting fair compensation for your injuries.
If you are trying to handle your own personal injury case, I recommend reviewing the following list. It gives you a general list of the tasks my law firm may complete during the length of a case. Each case is different, so not all of the tasks will be required in every case.
What Can a Georgia Accident Attorney Do for You and Your Case?
- Initial interview with the client.
- Educate client about personal injury claims.
- Gather documentary evidence, including a police accident report, medical records, and bills.
- Analyze the client’s insurance policy to see whether there are any coverages that the client has that may pay all or a portion of the medical bills while the claim is pending.
- Analyze the client’s insurance converges and make suggestions as to what coverages should be purchased for future protection.
- Interview known witnesses.
- Collect additional evidence, such as photographs of the accident scene.
- Analyze legal issues, such as contributory negligence and assumption of the risk.
- Analyze the validity of any liens on the case. Doctors, insurance companies, welfare benefit plans, and employers may assert that they are entitled to all or part of the client’s recovery.
- Contact the insurance company to put them on notice of the claim, if this has not already been done.
- Decide with the client whether an attempt will be made to negotiate the case with the insurance company or whether suit shall be filed.
- If suit is filled, prepare the client, witnesses, and healthcare providers for depositions.
- Prepare written questions and answers and take the deposition of the defendant and other witnesses.
- Produce to the defendant all of the pertinent data for the claim, such as medical bills, medical records, and tax returns.
- Go to court to set a trial date.
- Prepare for trial and/or settle before trial.
- Prepare the client and witnesses for trial.
- Organize the preparation of demonstrative exhibits for trial.
- Prepare for mediation and/or arbitration.
- File briefs and motions with the court to eliminate surprises at trial.
- Take the case to trial with jury or judge.
- Analyze the jury’s verdict to determine if either side has good grounds to appeal the case, and make recommendations to the client as to whether or not to appeal the case
Now, if you are suffering a serious injury, and have a family to take care of, you have bigger problems to deal with than making sure you are checking the items off the list above, and doing them right. If you have a serious injury from a car accident, my BEST ADVICE is to talk to an accident attorney about it right away.
In just a couple of minutes over the phone, we can discuss your case to see if there is anything I can do to Maximize Your Case.
I know the natural tendency is set this information aside, to think about later – but then you may forget about it. The problem is, the law places time limits on personal injury cases. Evidence and documentation must also be collected as soon as possible. As the time limit approaches, it will be harder and harder for an attorney to step in and help you maximize your case.
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Disclaimer: It is important to note that this is general information, and should not be considered “legal advice.” I have been handling personal injury cases for many years, and can offer general answers to common questions, but please do not construe anything on this website to be legal advice about YOUR CASE. Each case is different! An attorney can only give legal advice when he or she understands the facts involved in your case.
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