Personal Injury FAQ
MARIETTA INJURY ATTORNEY
At Blevins & Hong, P.C., we know how confusing the process of filing for personal injury can be. That is why we encourage you to consult with an attorney from our firm to get answers to all of your personal injury questions. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all kinds of personal injury cases and will dedicate their full attention to you and your case. We provide personalized, one-on-one meetings every time you visit our offices and we will never give less than our all to handling your case.
Start getting the answers you need by reading through some of the more common questions we have provided below. These do not even begin to cover the countless questions that may be running through your head, however, which is why we also encourage you to contact our offices to schedule your complimentary consultation. Without having to pay a dime, you can speak directly with a skilled Marietta personal injury lawyer to determine whether or not you can file a claim and how our lawyers can help.
COMMON PERSONAL INJURY QUESTIONS
An exact value for a personal injury claim can never be determined. An experienced personal injury lawyer can, however, estimate the approximate worth of your claim and can ensure that you receive fair compensation for your damages. Insurance companies often try to trick or persuade claimants into accepting a settlement that is less than they deserve, but an attorney can prevent this from happening and recover the full amount of your damages.
Anyone who has been injured due to someone else’s negligence is eligible to file for personal injury. As long as you are not responsible in any way for your accident, you can hold the liable party accountable for their negligence and obtain compensation through a claim. Consult with a knowledgeable attorney from our firm today to discuss your case and determine whether or not you have grounds to file for personal injury compensation.
You should file a claim as soon as possible after your accident. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to gather and preserve evidence such as witness statements, photos, doctors’ notes, and more. Even scars and evident injuries can help you obtain maximum compensation for your accident. If you’ve been in an accident or have been injured by a negligent individual, contact Blevins & Hong, P.C. for a complimentary consultation.
The 2010 Georgia Code Annotated § 9-3-33 states that actions for “injuries to the person, injuries to reputation, [and] loss of consortium” must be brought within two years after the accident. Failure to file a claim within this time limit results in forfeiture of compensation. Hire a lawyer as soon as possible if you have been injured and need to obtain compensation from the liable party.
Obtaining maximum compensation for an injury is next to impossible without the representation of a skilled Marietta personal injury lawyer. The attorneys with Blevins & Hong, P.C. have successfully recovered millions of dollars for clients in settlements and verdicts. Do not hesitate to take advantage of our firm’s free case evaluation to learn what we can do to recover your damages after an accident.
HIRE A PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER IN MARIETTA, GA
With more than 16 years of collective experience, the legal team at Blevins & Hong, P.C. is prepared to answer your questions and to fight vigorously for a fair settlement or jury verdict. Browse through our case results to see how much we have been able to recover for cases similar to yours. We handle everything from dog bite claims to slip and fall accidents. We have what it takes to win maximum results, so contact a Marietta personal injury attorney as soon as possible to take the first step.
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