Proven Car Accident Lawyer For Serious Car Accidents in Georgia
The Sessions Law Firm has a proven record of providing exception results to people injured in car wreck and treating them with the compassion and care they deserve. We work hard to know our client's case and our clients as well possible. We understand how dramatically an injury can affect you and your family. Our commitment to our clients has been recognized through numerous accolades including:
- Selection to Top 100 - Georgia's Super Lawyers® - 2019
- Selection to Georgia's Super Lawyers® - 2019
- Inclusion in Georgia Trend's Legal Elite
- Selection to Georgia's Super Lawyers® - 2018
- Selection to Georgia's Super Lawyers® - 2017
- Selection to Georgia's Super Lawyers® - 2016
- Selection to Georgia's Super Lawyers® - 2015
- AVVO - Superb (10.0) Rating
If you have been injured in a car accident, contact our us today for a free consultation.
Do you need to hire a car accident lawyer?
Anyone who has been injured in a car accident quickly realizes that there are numerous "parts" of the case, and there are several different people/organizations that must be communicated with after an accident. If you have been severely injured in a car accident, the last thing that you need to worry over is dealing with an insurance company or companies in an effort to start the process of obtaining the recovery that you deserve. For that reason, most people need to hire a car accident lawyer to help with the establishment of their claim with insurers in a timely manner.
How do I pay for a car accident lawyer?
First, you absolutely should not be paying out-of-pocket, up-front money to a car accident lawyer. Every reputable car accident lawyer in Georgia handles car wreck cases on a contingency-fee basis. That means that any many you pay to the lawyer will come out of the settlement or judgment received in your case. Do not be afraid to call a lawyer because you cannot afford to speak with them. We provide free consultations and you will not owe us a dime unless we obtain a recovery for you.
What does a car accident lawyer do?
Your car accident lawyer is basically going to put together the pieces of the puzzle of your case.
In every car accident case in Georgia, it is the responsibility of a person seeking payment for their injuries to establish that the other driver was at fault for or caused the accident, and we must establish that the other driver actually damages that we are seeking to payment for. The tasks that your car accident lawyer undertakes in your case may be different than they undertake in another case, and what is extremely time sensitive in one case may not be time sensitive (or necessary) in another case. For example, in some cases, who caused the accident may be unquestionable, but in other cases, an accident reconstruction expert may be necessary. It will be the responsibility of your car accident lawyer to make the strategic decision about what is and should be undertaken and how soon.
We pay attention to the details that make a real difference to our clients.
If you have suffered a serious injury, you want answers and you want clarity. In addition to having a lawyer that knows how to pursue your claim and protect you, you want a lawyer that will pay attention to the details of your case. For example, negotiating the amount of medical bills that our clients owe can make a huge difference in the actual amount of recovery that our client receives.
A knowledgeable car accident lawyer that will dedicate the time to pursue your claim can make a tremendous difference in the level of worry that you experience after an injury and the recovery that you receive.
We protect you and your family by taking care of your car accident claim.
If you had the time and wished to commit the effort, you could probably make sure that all of the "I"s were dotted and all of the "T"s crossed in your car accident claim on your own. You could probably timely communicate with potential insurers the pending claim, gather medical records, communicate with insurers regarding the claim, negotiate reimbursement agreements to health care providers and insurers, and possibly settle your claim on your own. Very few people have the time to learn to do all of these tasks on their own, and very few people want to take the chance that they will miss a deadline or enter into an agreement that will place their recovery in jeopardy. We understand the importance of providing prompt and thorough attention to your claim. That is essential to preserving your case and earning the best recovery possible.
Frequently Asked Questions and Things Your Should Consider After a Car Accident
- Should I talk to an insurer about my car accident?
- Can't I show the insurance company my medical bills and handle this on my own?
- Can a lapse in medical care affect my car accident case?
- Should I sign any documents provided by an insurer after a car accident?
- What must be done immediately after a car accident?
- How do we prove causation of injuries in a car accident involving multiple vehicles?
- What are punitive damages in a car accident case?
- Can I settle my claims involving one insurance company and still pursue a recovery under another insurance policy after a car accident?
- How will my medical bills be paid after a car accident?
- What is uninsured motorist coverage and why is it so important?
- Should I follow the referral from a medical care provider to a certain lawyer?
- How important are medical expenses in determining my recovery following a car accident?
- What is medical payments coverage and why is it important in my car accident case?
- 5 things you must do after a car accident
How long do I have to file a lawsuit after a car accident?
You have up to two (2) years after a car accident to file a lawsuit to recover for your injuries. O.C.G.A. Ga. § 9-3-33 states:
Except as otherwise provided in this article, actions for injuries to the person shall be brought within two years after the right of action accrues, except for injuries to the reputation, which shall be brought within one year after the right of action accrues, and except for actions for injuries to the person involving loss of consortium, which shall be brought within four years after the right of action accrues.
Contact us today for a free consultation.
If you have been injured in a car wreck, contact us today for free consultation. Information is power, and we are always more than willing to give away tons of information. Call us to schedule a meeting today, and we are certain that you will walk away feeling a lot more empowered about this unfortunate situation.
Generally, we meet with each of our clients in person before we agree to represent them with regard to their car accident case. In some cases, we can arrange to represent you without an in-person consultation.