Georgia Personal Injury Blog

on May 10th, 2022

How to File a Personal Injury Claim and Lawsuit

While personal injury lawsuits are not rare, most people do not file more than one in their lives. This means that the majority of people do not have a full understanding of how personal injury claims and lawsuits work. Personal injury lawsuits are civil actions that are separate from any criminal charges that might be…

on May 1st, 2022

Best Ways to Track Medical Expenses after My Accident

Being injured in an accident is an overwhelming experience. In addition to the serious pain you are experiencing, you may also be dealing with a whole new set of life circumstances. If your injuries have rendered you temporarily or permanently disabled, the time you must take off work will mean that you are unable to…

on April 20th, 2022

What You Should Never Say to a Doctor After an Accident

If you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, your doctor will play a key role in determining how you are compensated for your injuries. With that in mind, it is essential to watch what you say to your doctor, as saying the wrong thing could jeopardize your case and prevent you…

on April 10th, 2022

Top Ways to Prove Pain and Suffering

One effect of a serious accident that many people do not consider is how the pain from your injuries impacts your daily life. A traumatic injury can be extremely painful until it heals, which may be weeks or months after the initial accident. That is a lot of time to spend in pain, and it…

on April 1st, 2022

What Do I Need to Show Lost Future Income?

Aserious accident can impact many different aspects of your life, but one thing many people do not account for after a major injury is how the injury will affect their ability to work. A physical or mental disability may keep you from working at the same level you did before, or even prevent you from…

on March 20th, 2022

What Is the Discovery Phase of a Personal Injury Case?

When you file a personal injury case, you will hear your attorney discuss something called “discovery.” Discovery is the meat of a personal injury case. It is when you and the other party will exchange information about your accident. It can also be the most dangerous time for unrepresented parties if they aren’t cautious or…

on March 1st, 2022

How Long Does a Personal Injury Lawsuit Take?

One of the first questions everyone asks their attorney is, “How long is this going to take?” At , we’ve been asked that question too many times to count. There is no easy answer because each case is different. How long it takes depends on you, the other side, and the court. Sometimes other factors…

on January 1st, 2022

What You Should Know About Calculating Lost Wages From Your Accident

Each year, millions of Americans are injured in various accidents. In order to recover from these injuries, many of these people are forced to take time off work. If their injuries are severe, they may be forced to take significant amounts of time off of work. If you were injured in an accident that was…

on December 1st, 2021

Why Posting on Social Media After an Accident Can Hurt Your Case

If you or someone close to you sustained a serious injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, resist the temptation to post your nightmare on social media. Any information that you put out there could potentially hurt your case and help the insurance company and the other parties involved to use the posting against…

on November 20th, 2021

What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

After an accident, insurance company representatives will contact you to try to investigate your accident. To protect your rights and your ability to seek full and fair compensation for your injuries, there are some things that you should refrain from saying to them. What Is an Insurance Adjuster? Insurance adjusters are employed by insurance companies.…

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