Were you injured due to someone else’s negligence? Check out these 3 personal injury questions that are commonly asked, then call our office.
1. What should I consider when hiring a personal injury attorney?
When you’re looking for a personal injury attorney, you want to consider the nature of that attorney’s experience. Is this attorney somebody who’s been practicing for a few years, or someone who’s been practicing for several years? Is this an attorney who settles a bunch of cases, or is this an attorney who’s going to be with you from the beginning of the case, all the way to the end, in the trenches? Is this an attorney who gets to know you, who learns about you, who learns about your family, and knows the ins and outs of your case? If you want an experienced attorney who’s going to be standing by you from the first time you call to the time that the ink on the settlement check dries, that is our firm – Princenthal, May & Wilson.
2. Will pre-existing injuries affect my ability to recover compensation?
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.
3. Will my case settle before going to trial?
When you have a personal injury case, especially here in Georgia, one of the things that you’re concerned about is what it’s worth, how long it’s going last and whether or not you are going to have to go to trial. The odds of going to trial are probably anywhere from one to two percent. Don’t assume that your case is going to go to trial, or that you’re going to have to go in front of a judge or a jury. Don’t let anxiety about court potentially dissuade you from bringing a case or even calling an attorney. If you have a personal injury case here in Georgia that you want to discuss, give us a call; we’ll be happy to talk to you about all aspects of the case, especially whether or not your case is going to end up at trial.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence and have questions about these 3 personal injury questions?
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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