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Personal Injury Help In Georgia

If you suffered personal injury in an accident in Georgia, you may be entitled to pursuing a personal injury claim against the other party to recover compensation for your damages suffered in the accident caused by another party’s negligence.

If you can prove that the other party’s negligence contributed to your damages, you may be able to get compensated for the losses associate with your accident. Personal injury claims result from various accidents including car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip-and-fall cases, product liability, pedestrian accidents, cycling crashes, and more.

How Do I File A Personal Injury Claim In Georgia?

If you suffered injuries in an accident in Georgia, you need to get a personal injury claim underway in a timely manner. You must gather pertinent documentation and supporting evidence to help you show the losses and damages you suffered and show they were a direct result of the accident in question.

The first step will be to send a demand letter to the insurer of the other party, showing your losses, when and how the accident occurred, and why you believe the other party is liable for the damages that you suffered.

What Are The Statutes Of Limitations In Georgia?

Every state has a set time limit, also called a statute of limitations, for pursuing a personal injury claim following an accident that has led to damages and injuries.

In Georgia, you have two years from the date of the accident to pursue a claim to recover your losses. That means if you wait too long, you cannot be compensated for your losses and a personal injury claim would be thrown out of court.

How Do I Prove Negligence In Georgia?

In Georgia, comparative negligence is used for personal injury claims. Under contributory negligence, the legal action against a party for personal injury in which the claimant is partly responsible for the injuries, the court will determine the plaintiff’s percentage of fault is deducted from the total amount of recoverable damages.

Georgia uses modified comparative negligence, which means that the plaintiff can recover compensation just so long as he or she is 49% or less responsible for the accident that caused the injuries and damages.

What Kind Of Compensation Can I Receive In Georgia?

When you pursue a personal injury claim in Georgia, you can ask to be compensated for all your losses. Those damages may include past and future medical bills, past and future lost wages, pain and suffering, pain and disfigurement, property damages, mental anguish, and any other applicable losses suffered because of the accident.

You will need supporting evidence, such as copies of medical bills, medical records, proof of missed work and lost wages, repair estimates, an accident report, witness statements and so forth.

How Can I Get Help For A Personal Injury Claim In Georgia?

If you have suffered personal injuries in an accident in Georgia, you should enlist the help of a personal injury lawyer when you get your accident injury claim underway. Personal injury attorneys work on a contingency basis, so you will not pay anything in advance.

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