Should I give a statement to the other driver’s insurance company after a car or trucking crash? NO. There is no circumstance in which it helps your claim to give a statement to the insurance adjuster for the at-fault party’s insurance carrier after you suffer an injury. It is important to know you are under…Read More
Category: Personal Injury
What kinds of insurance are there, and which types apply to my injury claim?
Automobile Insurance “Automobile insurance” encompasses a few different types of insurance. Typically though, the phrase is used to refer to insurance you pay for to protect you if you are at fault in a crash that hurts someone else (“automobile liability insurance”). In Georgia, all drivers are required by law to carry a minimum of…Read More
How long do I have to file my Georgia personal injury case?
The deadline to file a lawsuit is the most important procedural issue governing your Georgia personal injury or wrongful death claim. With very few exceptions, these claims must be filed within 2 years of the date of the injury, or the case is gone forever—game over. Explanation of Georgia’s Statute of Limitations The deadline to…Read More
Debunking common myths about Georgia personal injury claims
When it comes to personal injury law, there’s a lot of information and misinformation floating around out there. In this blog I address some of the myths I’ve heard from clients and others over the years. 1. “I’ll get just as much money from the insurance company on my own as I would if I…Read More