Our Injury Lawyer in McDonough, GA: Frequently Asked Questions
What does "personal injury" mean?
In a legal sense, personal injury occurs when you have been hurt or experienced physical, mental, or emotional damage. It does not involve damage that was inflicted upon personal property.
What factors are included in a feasible case?
A feasible case includes three basic elements:
- You have received injuries or damage that has been diagnosed and treated by a medical professional such as a doctor, psychiatrist, or chiropractor.
- The injuries were the fault of someone else.
- There is compensation or recovery that is due to you.
What types of information do you want at my initial consultation?
We are looking for anything that will help us carefully analyze your situation. This includes police reports, medical reports, receipts for consumer goods, written record of conversations about the incidents, and any letters, emails, or texts containing important information.
What costs will I be responsible for?
If we win the case, your fee for our services will be a percentage of the awarded amount. If your case is not won, you will not be billed for any services from our office. In some cases, you may still be billed for court costs.
Should I talk to the insurance company if they call?
Remember, if the insurance company contacts you, they are not looking out for your interests. They are representing the other party. Therefore, before you answer any of their questions or give them information, you should consult with our lawyers. They can help you know what you can tell the insurance company.