If you or a loved one is injured due to someone else’s negligence or actions, it’s time to call a Woodstock personal injury lawyer. You may be entitled to compensation for your:
Our personal injury law firm helps people just like you who have been injured in Woodstock and the surrounding areas. We’ll fight to reach a settlement or award that makes you whole again.
Time is of the essence. You have, in most cases, two years from the day of the injury to file a claim under State of Georgia law. As your personal injury attorney, we’ll file a claim immediately to ensure that your case is heard.
We represent clients or their families involved in:
Property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises safe for anyone who enters. If you slipped and fell at a place of business, you may be entitled to compensation.
Truckers must follow certain rules and regulations. We know the rules, regulations, and other requirements that can help you win your truck accident.
If a loved one dies due to another party’s negligence, we’ll fight to hold the at-fault party responsible for their death.
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Personal injuries can be anything, but the most common include:
The severity of your injuries will be a major consideration when determining compensation.
You can file a lawsuit on your own, but we advise against it. When you hire our firm, you allow us to:
A Woodstock personal injury attorney works to help you receive the highest settlement possible. We also represent you so that you can take time to heal from your injuries instead of dealing with lawyers and insurance companies.
The first step is to hire a Woodstock personal injury lawyer. We offer a free consultation that allows us to learn more about your case and injuries, assess the case’s viability, and advise you on the next steps to take.
If you have a case and you think we’re a good fit for you, we’ll move on to the next step of the process.
Evidence can make or break your case. The next step we’ll take is to gather evidence on your behalf, including but not limited to:
If video footage or other evidence exists, we’ll gather it and create a strategy to win your case.
If we believe that there’s enough evidence to win your claim, we’ll demand a settlement. The settlement process is a back-and-forth negotiation, and it’s not uncommon for the first offer to be a low-ball figure.
A settlement is in the best interest of both parties, but if an agreement cannot be reached, we’ll move to the next phase.
An injury lawsuit must be filed when a settlement cannot be reached. The filing will outline the nature of the incident, your injuries and makes the lawsuit official. The defendant will be served the complaint and additional documents pertaining to the case.
Both personal injury law firms involved in the case will exchange evidence during what is known as “discovery.” We’ll:
In complex cases, we may work with medical experts to understand your injuries better and consult with an accident reconstruction specialist to build a strong case against the defendant.
Before trial, a third party will try and help mediate the lawsuit. This party will attempt to find a resolution to the dispute before it goes to trial.
We aim to reach a settlement for your case that helps speed up the process, reduces your legal fees, and makes you whole as soon as possible. However, if the other party doesn’t offer a satisfactory settlement, we’ll go to trial.
Time is of the essence. When your medical bills are piling up, mortgage payments are due or you can’t work, it’s important to contact a Woodstock personal injury attorney who can help you restore financial stability in your life.
Reach out right away to schedule a free consultation.
Start with a free consultation.
Gather all evidence needed to substantiate your claim.
The other party will accept, reject or counteroffer.
If the other party lowballs or refuses to pay, we go to court.
Each party submits evidence that will be used in trial.
An informal proceeding to see if parties can settle before trial.
If a settlement cannot be reached, we go to trial.