Personal injury law gives those who have been injured by another person the legal right to file a lawsuit and request compensation from the party that has caused them harm. There are many different types of personal injury cases, including those involving car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, and slip and fall accidents. Each of these types of personal injury cases shares one thing in common: negligence.
If you have been injured due to the negligent acts of another person, speak to a lawyer at once to find out how you can recover compensation for your injuries. Victims may be awarded compensation to cover their medical expenses, lost wages, and emotional pain and suffering. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to maximize the amount of compensation you receive so you can get your life back on track after an injury. Schedule a free consultation with Spaulding Injury Law today to learn about your legal options.
No one ever plans on getting into a car accident, but it’s important that you know how to protect your rights if you are ever injured in a collision. If the accident was not your fault, you are entitled to compensation for any injuries that you sustained as a result of the crash. But, just because you are entitled to this compensation does not mean that it is easy to recover.
In order to recover the compensation that you deserve, you will need to be able to prove liability, the extent of your injuries, and the expenses you have incurred as a result of the injuries. Proving these elements of a car accident case and negotiating with the insurance company can be challenging. Instead of doing this on your own, leave your case in the hands of an experienced attorney at Spaulding Injury Law. Schedule a free consultation with our team today to learn more about how we can help.
Every personal injury case comes with a unique set of challenges. But, truck accidents tend to be particularly complex for a number of reasons. First, victims typically sustain serious injuries in a truck accident, which makes estimating future expenses and placing a value on the claim a bit more complicated. There are also a number of parties that can be held liable for a truck accident, so your attorney may need to conduct an investigation in order to determine who should be held responsible. Additionally, the more parties that are involved, the more challenging it can be to negotiate a settlement.
For these reasons—and much more—it is in your best interests to work with an attorney if you have been injured in a truck accident. Let our attorneys protect your rights, fight tirelessly on your behalf, and recover the compensation that you deserve. Give us a call today to discuss your legal options.
Motorcyclists who are involved in accidents often sustain serious injuries due to the lack of protection their motorcycle provides. The injuries are often so severe that they interfere with the motorcyclist’s ability to return to work or live independently. As a result, a motorcyclist’s life can drastically change for the worse after an accident. Luckily, these victims may be able to file a personal injury claim to recover compensation for their physical and emotional injuries.
If you were injured in a motorcycle accident that was not your fault, speak with an attorney at Spaulding Injury Law today. Don’t face the massive medical bills, lost income, and emotional suffering caused by the accident without the help of an attorney. Our team can prove that the other party was at fault for the accident and should, therefore, be held liable for the injuries that you sustained. Contact us today by phone or email to schedule a free consultation regarding your case.
Wrongful death claims arise when a loved one loses their life due to the negligent acts of another person. Although many friends and family members may feel the devastating effects of losing a loved one, there are only a handful of people who are legally permitted to file a wrongful death claim. The first person who is allowed to file a wrongful death claim in the state of Georgia is the victim’s spouse, who must also represent the best interests of any children he shared with the victim. In the event that the victim did not have a surviving spouse or any children, the victim’s parents or the representative of the victim’s estate can pursue a wrongful death claim instead. Surviving family members only have two years from the date of the victim’s death to file a wrongful death claim. Many people think that this gives them plenty of time to take action, but two years can fly by when you are in the middle of grieving the loss of a loved one. If your loved one suffered a wrongful death, don’t delay in getting in touch with an attorney at Spaulding Injury Law.
If you have been injured or if you have lost a loved one due to another person’s negligence, contact our professional personal injury lawyers today. We take pride in establishing a strong attorney-client relationship and treat each of our clients with the utmost care. We handle cases in a number of practice areas, including auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, premises liability, and wrongful death. Please call our offices or fill out the form on our site to schedule a free consultation. During your consultation, a lawyer will review your case and provide you with honest advice regarding your legal issue.
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