Bader Scott Injury Lawyers has decades of experience advocating for injured people in Georgia. With each passing year, we gain even more unique insight into challenging personal injury cases. Now, we’re extending our services to those living in Kennesaw, GA.
After learning about your accident and injuries, we can file your claim, negotiate a settlement, and champion your legal rights. We offer free case reviews where you can explore partnering with a Kennesaw personal injury attorney from our team.
We Don’t Charge Any Upfront or Out-of-Pocket Fees
We understand that incurring medical bills and missing time from work can cause anxiety. Right now, you might have concerns about paying rent or affording treatment. However, with our team, you don’t have to worry about affording a lawyer.
We help injured claimants on contingency. Here’s what you can expect:
- We will discuss your case’s obligations at the beginning of our partnership.
- We will determine what constitutes a fair settlement amount.
- You’ll agree to give us a pre-determined percentage of your settlement.
- If your case fails, you owe nothing.
We strive to make legal representation available to everyone. Whether you suffered harm in a collision, workplace accident, or another situation, we’re ready to advocate for you.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Kennesaw, call (404) 888-8888
Our Personal Injury Practice Areas in the Peach State
We’ve recovered millions for Georgians injured in these situations:
- Auto accidents involving trucks, buses, motorcycles, and cars
- On-the-job accidents
- Dog bites
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Medical malpractice
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
We also advocate for families who have lost loved ones. Whatever your case entails, we’re ready to handle it.
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You Have a Limited Time to File Your Civil Lawsuit
Per O.C.G.A. § 9-3-33, you generally have two years to file your personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. Missing the deadline could mean missing out on compensation, so you should promptly consider your legal options.
Some Factors Could Extend Your Filing Deadline
While the two-year filing deadline applies to most civil cases, it doesn’t apply to everyone. For instance, suppose you were hurt in a car accident, and the at-fault party left the state. O.C.G.A. § 9-3-94 notes that their absence from the state would pause your filing deadline–and it wouldn’t continue until they return.
A Kennesaw personal injury attorney can file your case on time, whatever your situation is. We can examine your claim and take appropriate action.
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Recoverable Damages in a Kennesaw Personal Injury Case
We’re committed to helping you secure these expenses:
Economic damages include your direct monetary losses, which may include:
- Medical bills
- Lost income and other employment-related losses
- Property damage costs
- Childcare expenses
- Transportation expenses
- Funeral costs
Non-economic damages refer to losses that do not have direct monetary values. Examples include pain and suffering, scarring, disfigurement, and disability. The value of your non-economic damages depends on your situation, including your expected recovery period.
You Could Recover Compensation in One of Two Ways
Consider the following:
We Can Help You File an Insurance Claim
After evaluating your case, we may file a claim with the at-fault party’s insurer. This involves gathering evidence, reviewing the liable policy, and negotiating for what you need. It also involves protecting you against bad faith insurance practices, which can be invaluable when pursuing damages.
We Can File a Civil Lawsuit
If filing an insurance claim doesn’t yield appropriate compensation, we may file a civil lawsuit directly against the at-fault party. While litigation can be complicated, it doesn’t have to be with our injury team on your side.
We will do everything possible to resolve your case, such as taking depositions, cross-examining witnesses, and presenting your argument in court.
Three Fast Things to Know About Partnering with Our Team
While considering legal aid, here are some things to know about teaming up with Bader Scott Injury Lawyers:
We Can Determine the At-Fault and Liable Parties
Determining fault and liability isn’t always straightforward–especially in cases involving multiple parties. For instance, suppose you suffered harm in an accident caused by a defective vehicle. Who would be at fault? Who should pay for your losses?
Our team can answer these and other questions after investigating your situation. Using the accident report, traffic camera footage, and witness testimony, we can assert who caused your accident and who should pay for your losses.
You Can Still Seek Compensation If You Partially Caused the Accident
Georgia operates on a fault-based system, as explained by O.C.G.A. § 51-12-33. So, if you were partially responsible for your injury, you can still seek damages.
For instance, imagine you caused 20 percent of your auto accident, and your losses totaled $1 million. Here, you could receive compensation for 80 percent of your losses – or $800,000.
Our lawyers will examine your case thoroughly to fight for fair compensation. We will prove each parties’ percentage of fault and fight for what you need.
You Could Pursue Workers’ Compensation in Addition to a Civil Case
Many Georgians are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. Coverage generally pays for your healthcare expenses and a portion of your lost income. It does not cover non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering.
In addition to pursuing workers’ compensation for a workplace injury, you could file a third-party claim or lawsuit. This would let you pursue pain and suffering, among other losses. Our law firm can manage your workers’ compensation claim and personal injury case.
Begin Your Free Case Review with Bader Scott Injury Lawyers Now
Suffering harm due to another party’s actions can be frustrating. However, the financial recovery process doesn’t have to be. Our personal injury lawyers serving Kennesaw are ready to begin working on your case today.
We’ve recovered millions for injured claimants and their loved ones. Now, it’s your turn to recover what you need. To consult with our Georgia law firm about your situation, dial (404) 888-8888.