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Immediately after a Georgia accident, it can be easy to panic and forget what you are supposed to do. Here is a quick list to reference to help you:
After getting checked out by a medical provider, call an attorney that you can trust. It is crucial to know what to say and not say to the insurance company, and we can help guide you. Knowing that your legal rights are being protected and that someone is fighting the insurance company on your behalf is priceless. Read below to learn more about the legal side of a Georgia car accident:
The second most asked about topic of Georgia car accident victims is what about their car or property that was damaged. There are certain tricks that the insurance company will try to pull, so we have provided important information and suggestions on how you can recover all that you are entitled to. Read more below.
Making sure that you and your passengers get the medical treatment that you need is very important. We do not want you to skip the necessary treatment because you are scared about how you will pay for it. Below is some important information about your rights to medical treatment and being reimbursed for missed work while getting medical treatment.
There are many steps involved with preparing a case for maximum reimbursement from the insurance company. Having an experienced attorney working for you means that they know what is needed and how to get it. How well your case is built directly affects how much money you can receive. Continue reading below to learn more about the importance of documenting evidence.
People frequently ask if they should settle their case with the insurance company, or if they should go to court. Well, there isn’t one answer that applies to every case. When you have a skilled and experienced Georgia attorney, they will look at the details of your car accident and determine if what the insurance company is offering what you are owed, or if they should fight them in court for more.
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