Being involved in a serious car crash can have profound personal and financial consequences. Your accident may have caused painful injuries that required emergency room treatment, hospitalization, surgery, physical therapy, prescription medication, and more. These injuries may have also prevented you from working for weeks or months after the accident.
Fortunately, you may be entitled to compensation for these and other losses.
At Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, our Alpharetta attorneys can help those injured by the negligent, reckless, or wrongful actions of other parties. We are prepared to help you pursue compensation for injuries caused by accidents involving:
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Texting and driving and other forms of distracted driving
- Reckless driving
- Aggressive driving or road rage
- Failure to follow traffic signals and road signs
- Other forms of negligence or wrongdoing
Call our office at (404) 888-8888 and schedule your no-cost consultation today.
Assert Your Rights with Help from an Alpharetta Car Accident Lawyer
All drivers have a legal duty to follow traffic laws and drive with reasonable care. If a driver breaches that duty by driving without regard for the safety of the motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians around him or her, he or she may be considered negligent.
Demonstrating that the negligent actions of a motorist caused your injuries is a key component of an injury claim. The defendant may argue that your injuries are not related to his or her actions or that your own actions were the cause of your injuries.
Another component of a successful injury claim is proving that you suffered losses. These may be costs associated with property losses, past and future medical care, missed work, reduced income earning potential, and other harm caused in the accident.
Your lawyer can talk to you more about how you may be able to demonstrate the other driver’s negligence as well as your own losses in your case.
For a free legal consultation with a car accidents lawyer serving Alpharetta, call (404) 888-8888
How Our Alpharetta Team Can Help You
If you are like many people who suffered a car accident caused by another party’s negligence, you may have questions about how to proceed with filing a personal injury claim. You may be unsure of what the process will entail or why you need a personal injury lawyer.
An Alpharetta car accident lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers is equipped to assist you with every step of the injury claim process, including:
- Investigating your accident and determining the liable parties. Our attorneys can gather the evidence needed to build an argument regarding the defendant’s liability.
- Calculating the value of your losses. We can help you identify and quantify your losses, including future costs such as ongoing medical needs and the loss to your earning capacity.
- Negotiating with the insurance company on your behalf. Our team can represent your interests by negotiating with the insurance company on your behalf and advocating for a fair settlement offer.
- Representing you in a personal injury lawsuit. If the insurance company is unwilling to offer a satisfactory settlement, our lawyers can file a personal injury lawsuit on your behalf and represent you in court.
Evidence Used in Car Accident Injury Claims
Proving that a negligent driver was responsible for your accident can be complex – especially when there is uncertainty about who was at fault for the accident.
An Alpharetta car accident lawyer can help you gather evidence to support your side of the story. Our legal team may be able to use photographs of the accident scene, vehicle data, video footage from surveillance cameras and dashcams, information from the police report, and other evidence to pinpoint the events that occurred prior to and during your accident.
We may also use testimony from any eyewitnesses to the accident to gain further insight into how the accident unfolded. Medical experts or mental health experts may also be used to confirm the severity of your physical and mental injuries and explain the medical treatment you will likely require.
Types of Losses You May Be Entitled to Claim
Depending on the nature of your injuries, you may be entitled to compensation for a variety of losses that you may be facing, including:
- Property loss
- Past and future medical expenses
- Lost work benefits such as paid time off
- Lost income from missed work
- Reduced income earning potential
- Disability or disfigurement
- Pain and suffering
An Alpharetta car accident lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can also help you determine if you should pursue punitive losses. According to the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) §51-12-5.1, this is a special category of additional compensation that is awarded to claimants who were hurt by actions that were especially serious.
Remember that you have a limited time to file your claim. In the state of Georgia, you have up to two years from the time of the accident to do so, according to OCGA §9-3-33.
To learn more, call us at (404) 888-8888 and schedule a free case review.
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Wrongful Death Resulting from a Fatal Alpharetta Car Accident
If your loved one was killed in an auto accident caused by another party’s negligent or unlawful actions, you may have a valid wrongful death claim.
Although no amount of money could ever compensate you for the tragic loss of a spouse, parent, child, or another family member, a wrongful death claim may alleviate some of the financial stress caused by your loved one’s passing. You could be entitled to compensation for your loved one’s medical bills, funeral expenses, and your own pain and suffering, according to OCGA §51-4.
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Contact an Alpharetta Car Accident Lawyer from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers
At Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, we understand that a car accident can turn your world upside down. Let us help you pursue the compensation you and your family need.
Call our office today at (404) 888-8888 and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
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