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Auto Collisions

A single auto collision has the power to significantly alter your daily life, depending on the injuries you’ve sustained. Every year there are numerous auto collisions in Georgia. These unfortunate occurrences cause people a wide range of injuries from soft tissue injuries to catastrophic injuries and, in extreme cases, loss of life.

Regardless of the extent of your injuries, it is only fair that you be compensated for your medical bills, pain and suffering, loss of income and any other economic damages you incur as result of someone else’s negligent act. Fortunately, the law and fairness are usually on the same side in these types of cases.

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence in an automobile collision, you can depend on us to effectively ensure you receive fair and just compensation. You may not fully understand your rights at this time but that is why we are here for you. Call us now for a FREE EVALUATION of your legal options.

“WHAT SHOULD I DO AFTER A CAR COLLISION?”

After you been in an collision, it is important that you take these important steps to ensure your health and preserve your personal injury case.

  1. Stay calm and do not admit fault
  2. Call the police
  3. Gather information while you wait for the police to arrive
    1. Get the other driver’s name, insurance information, license plate number, etc.
    2. Take photos of the damage to your vehicle, the other driver’s vehicle, injuries, and the scene of the crash, if possible. (Photos immediately after the collision can be very helpful to your case)
  4. Calmly explain what happened to the police officer when she arrives
  5. Seek medical attention as soon as possible
    1. If you need to be transported to the emergency room from the collision scene, let the officer know
  6. Call us for a FREE case evaluation

“WHY IS MEDICAL TREAMENT SO IMPORTANT TO MY CASE?"

You should immediately seek medical attention after an collision. Initially, you may feel that you haven’t been injured. However, it is common for people not to feel much pain until the day after, or even a couple days after, the collision.

In many collisions, people are unable to feel the effects of their injuries right away, but if left untreated the injuries may worsen. If too much time passes between the collision and your medical treatment, you will irreparably damage your case against the at-fault party. This is why it is best to see a doctor as soon as possible.

If you have in fact sustained injuries, a large part of your cases success will rely on your medical records. Your health should be your priority, and we want to ensure that you have been made whole.