Cobb County Auto Accident
Cobb County has over 700,000 residents, many of who drive on the busy roads every day. With the fifth highest per capita income in the state of Georgia, Cobb County is a thriving area with many cars, truck and other vehicles on its roads. Whether it is just a quick run to the grocery store or the small drive to work, many Cobb County drivers are at risk of getting into an automobile accident. When you or someone you love is in an auto that is hit by another vehicle, our Cobb County auto accident attorneys at Scholle Law are ready to guide you.
No one gets up in the morning, ready to go to work or take the kids to school and expect tragedy to strike on the road. But it can and it does. It is one of the most shattering events in a person's life or the life of their family. Even an auto crash that causes injuries from which the victim or victims recover after time, can leave a trauma behind. Years later, you might find that you have a chronic neck condition or a weakness of some kind that was not apparent initially after the accident. That is why it is so very important to consult with a lawyer as soon as possible after an auto crash. You might think your injuries are resolved, when in fact they might not appear until a few weeks later. For example, if you hit your head in the accident, you might not realize you have suffered a concussion. The loss of memory, confusion and many other symptoms can take time to fully appear. If you see your physician, he or she may not see any physical issues, but they can actually be present. Without a complete medical work up or scans, you may not know how you have been harmed.
This is a serious issue and you need legal support. The law permits those who have harmed others due to their own negligence, be held accountable for the injuries they cause. If someone is driving and should not be because he or she is under the influence of any type of drug, even a prescription drug, and they cause an auto accident that in turn causes injury they, or their insurance company can be taken to arbitration or to court for a judge or jury to decide what they should pay. The insurance carrier may fail to negotiate in good faith and may try to get out of paying for their insured's mistake.
The Cobb County auto accident lawyers at Scholle Law know how to deal with these insurance companies. We know how to build a case that includes detailed medical information and prognosis. That way, we are able to settle your case or take it trial knowing we have done all we can to resolve your matter. This is just one reason why getting legal guidance as soon as you can after an accident in which someone else may have been responsible is so important.
Please contact our Cobb County auto accident injury law firm Scholle Law today to get your free consultation regarding your possible case and personal injury claim.