PERSONAL INJURY AUTO COLLISIONS
Injury Representation in Bainbridge, Georgia
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 1,200 Georgians die each year in traffic wrecks. Over 133,000 Georgians are injured each year in car crashes.
Females between ages 15 and 24 are, by far, the most likely group of persons to become injured in a car wreck in Georgia. Given that they also have a long life expectancy, the fact that they are injured when young only means that problems from previous injuries can manifest themselves decades later in life. It is obviously important to be treated promptly following an injury in car wreck, but it is also equally important to determine what effects your injuries will have on you in the future. In an injury case, understanding human anatomy and physiology, the medicine, the types of treatment, and the expected future outcome is all important “Ammunition for the Injured”.
Likewise, in a wrongful death case, Georgia law establishes the value of a human life through the eyes of the decedent. For a lawyer to be able to do this, they have to be wiling to take the time to learn about your loved one and your family. Damages do not get developed and known by themselves. It takes hard work and perseverance. In order for a lawyer to connect to a client and case on an emotional level, you have to be willing to fully know who you have the privilege to represent.
While there are many factors involved, figuring why an accident happens is not always as simple as relying on the accident report. Documenting the event through pictures, witness interviews, site visits and sometimes the use of an accident reconstructionist can become necessary when trying to prove what happened and why it happened. Frequently witnesses, passengers, weather reports, and cell phone records can provide clues as to how and why a wreck happened. At times speed, time, distance and visibility calculations become critical in determining who was at fault or whether someone could have avoided the wreck. Knowing when and how to obtain this information is critical in gathering “Ammunition for the Injured”.
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