In few areas of law is the importance of a competent attorney more underestimated than the personal injury context. Our firm handles a wide variety of cases for personal injury victims, including auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, boat accidents, traumatic brain injury, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, slip and fall, and premises liability.
Founding lawyer Julie Rice holds a Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law, Minnesota and has over two decades of experience in helping victims of medical malpractice and long term disabilities get maximum financial compensation for their suffering.
What to Expect When You Contact The Firm: When you contact us, you will speak with a knowledgeable and compassionate Jonesboro attorney who will answer your questions such as: whether you should speak to the insurance company, how to get a rental car, and how to get medical treatment and care if you have no health insurance.
The way these cases settle is because the lawyers on each side develop the evidence in the case, communicate effectively with one another, and negotiate the terms of the settlement - with input from the parties, of course - to reach an agreement that works for all parties.
Because our lawyers are experts in accident and injury law, this means our attorneys and entire staff are trained to help with all of the problems you and your Personal Injury Attorney Alpharetta family face after a serious accident: Such as how to pay your bills, how to get your car repaired, how to talk to the insurance company, and many more.
Though every case varies, compensation may be awarded for things including all medical related expenses (including chiropractic treatment, physical therapy and prescription medication), lost wages (including overtime and potential future wages), pain and suffering, physical and emotional distress, property damage, and expenses that affect your day to day life.
Other factors will include the strength of the evidence and the proof of liability, causation and damages; any unique circumstances of a case such as those that show a conduct is particularly egregious (which could result in additional compensation for punitive damages), the likability of witnesses and the parties to the case if the claim were to go a a jury; the Georgia statutes and caselaw and any government regulations that apply to a particular matter, and the interpretation of the law based on the specific facts of your case.
Because a wrongful death action can be based on either the intentional or unintentional acts of another, and can be based either upon actions or a failure to take action in certain circumstances, a consultation with an attorney to explore the possibility of a wrongful death claim may be appropriate whether the loved one died as a result of a crime, car accident, slip and fall, workplace mishap, medical procedure, or any number of other situations.