3 Personal Injury Facts

3 Personal Injury Facts

Did you or a loved one get seriously injured due to another’s negligence? Read these 3 personal injury facts, then call our Georgia lawyers.

1) Personal Injury Case Timeline

3 Personal Injury FactsOne of the primary questions we get asked as attorneys is how long it will take to settle a personal injury case. The honest answer is there is no way to tell. Each case is different. It can take as little as a couple of months, or it can take a few years. It depend on any number of criteria, including how injured you are, the witnesses involved, and how hard the insurance company wants to fight.

There’s no right or wrong answer in terms of how long it’s going to take; when you go with our firm, however, you can rest assured that we’re going to be with you from the beginning of the process to the end, no matter how long it takes. When all is said and done, you’re going to be satisfied that you gave us a call.

2) Personal Injury Claim with Low Medical Bills

A lot of times, people have questions about whether they have a case when medical bills are low. The short answer to that is, yes, you have a case. There is no minimum threshold you have to meet in terms of the amount of the medical bill or the number of treatment visits to have a case in Georgia. If you were injured as the result of someone’s negligence or intentional conduct, and you’ve been treated as a result or intend to get treated, you have a case. Don’t assume that because you’re not severely injured that somehow you don’t meet a threshold to bring a claim in Georgia.

Give us a call. Let us know what information you have related to your case, what treatment you’ve gotten, what treatment you intend to get, and we’ll let you know how to proceed.

3) Pre-Existing Injuries

What is a preexisting condition and how will it impact your case?– Give us a call. We can explain exactly what that means and, more importantly, unpack whether it impacts your case. It may, but the good news is, Georgia law states that the person who injured you can be responsible for aggravating a preexisting condition. Don’t think just because you’ve had a prior injury to a particular body part, that you don’t have a case. Don’t let an insurance company or an at-fault defendant tell you otherwise.

If you have any questions about your preexisting condition – how it’s made worse, how it affects your personal injury case in Georgia – give us a call. Don’t make assumptions that are going to preclude you from getting what you’re otherwise entitled to.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence and have questions?
After reading the answers to these 3 personal injury facts, contact the experienced Georgia personal injury lawyers at Princenthal, May & Wilson, LLC, today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Let our experience and dedication work for you.

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