When you turn past Parkview High School and you pass what seems like yet another fender bender, it may not seem like a big deal. Even that small rear-end crash near the Gwinnett County Public Library does not seem too bad. When your life is interrupted by an auto accident, you realize it is not just another day. Your car may be totaled, you may have minor to serious injuries and you need help. Lilburn, Georgia auto accident victims can be disoriented and confused about your legal rights. Perhaps another driver involved is blaming you when it was their fault. Perhaps an insurance company tries to contact you after an accident and wants you to provide a statement. Before you compromise your potential legal rights. Do the one thing that can make all the difference for you, contact competent legal counsel — Lilburn auto accident lawyers at Scholle Law can protect your rights.
There is no doubt the a Liburn auto accident is disruptive. You might have sustained injuries such as a whip lash. This injury occurs when your head and neck rapidly move forward and backward on impact. A whip lash injury can also occur when you are sideswiped and your head moves side to side. This can cause neck injury, head injury and even a concussion. Many other injuries can occur after you have been hit by another vehicle. Regardless of the type of injury you have sustained, whether it is severe bruising, leg injuries, bone breaks, head injuries which can result in traumatic brain injury, your case needs to be evaluated to know what your rights are under the law. Often your injuries are the result of another driver’s bad decisions while driving. You should not have to take on the burden of injuries, wage loss, pain and suffering and other damages. The other person and / or their insurance carrier should pay for what happened to you.
Georgia law and the Georgia courts support your rights to get what you deserve after an accident caused by someone else’s fault. At our injury law firm we represent those injured in auto accidents. We build your case based on the facts of what happened in your accident by reviewing police reports, if any, talking with witnesses, using accident reconstruction experts when needed, and many other important steps to establish the liability of the other driver. We negotiate with insurance companies to ensure they pay what you deserve, not what they think they should pay. If they don’t agree to pay, and will not settle a case they should settle, we take the case to trial if necessary. Your injuries may require a number of weeks, months or even years of support. You may need long-term medical help, physical therapy and other therapies to get you back to your life. You may need occupational therapy if you are not able to keep the job you had and need to get into a different sort of job. All of these things are important to getting back on your feet.
If you support after an accident, please give Scholle Law a call to schedule a free consultation. We will talk with you about what happened and advise you about your legal rights.