We Will Streamline The Motor Vehicle Crash Claims Process
We have been representing accident victims since 1989. We have seen firsthand how insurance companies treat crash victims. They can trick victims into admitting fault, even if they did nothing wrong. Insurers use the victims’ own words against them and refuse to offer them fair settlement amounts. When we step in, calls from the insurance company will stop. You will no longer have to question whether you are missing vital steps in the claims process or if your bills will be paid. We will tell you what you need to know, and all communication with insurance companies will go through us.
How Long Will My Case Take?
The length of time it takes to resolve your case depends upon many factors, including:
- The extent of injuries suffered
- Approval or denial of benefits
- The duration of treatment
- The civil court’s current caseload
- The insurance company’s willingness to negotiate
- Liability determinations
If the insurance company does not offer a fair settlement amount, we will not back down for the sake of closing your case. We will go to trial and let a jury decide how much you are entitled to receive.
Know The Benefits Available To You
We will fight for you to recover damages for:
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
- Medical expenses
- Rehabilitation costs
- Past, present, and future wage loss
- Loss of earning capacity
The amount of damages that can be recovered will vary based on several factors. We will evaluate your case to determine the benefits that may apply to your case.
Speak With A Personal Injury Lawyer. Call Now.
The answers you find online may not be applicable to your individual case. State laws vary and may have changed since the publishing dates. With two of the state’s top personal injury attorneys, we can inform you of current laws and your ability to obtain compensation. Schedule a free appointment by calling 706-722-1700 or emailing us. Our office is conveniently near the federal and state courthouses in downtown Augusta. We are licensed in Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida.