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Fayetteville Car Accident Lawyer

Fayetteville Car Accident Lawyer

Fayetteville Car Accident Attorney

Have you been hurt in a car accident in Fayetteville? Call our Fayetteville accident attorneys at 1-800-738-WE-WIN to set up your free consultation.

If you have been injured in a car accident or auto collision, it is vital to hire a committed and experienced car accident attorney.

Post Car Accident
Directly after a car accident occurs, you may have several questions including:

  • Who will pay for the damage done to my car?
  • How will I be able to take care of my family?
  • How will this impact my life?

During this emotionally trying time, remember these important steps that will assist in ensuring the entitlement of any possible claims, while protecting your rights:

It is imperative to remain at the scene of the accident. By leaving the scene, you are undertaking substantial legal liability and could undergo hit-and-run driver consequences. After ensuring everyone involved is safe, we recommend calling the police. A police report could be vital evidence for your claim. Photos taken directly after the accident are also a good indicator for damage sustained to all parties. After that, exchange basic contact information with all third parties and witnesses to the car accident. Insurance companies need to be informed of the accident in a timely manner to ensure coverage. Lastly, obtain an itemized medical record containing all treatments, medications, and invoices received because of the accident. Our firm is here to answer any questions or concerns during a complimentary consultation.

Common Car Accident Injuries

Our legal team assists our injured clients to recover compensation for medical care and pain and suffering experienced because of an accident. Although each case is different, there are a few common car accident injuries:

Serious head and back injuries are common after a car accident. Drivers and passengers have received head and brain injuries from hitting their head against windows, dashboards, and steering wheels. In severe circumstances, a strike to the head could cause trauma to the brain, fractured skulls, loss of hearing, and vision complications. A car accident could also lead to permanent damage including spinal damage, paralysis, and nerve damage.

Many clients endure neck and chest injuries resulting from a car accident. Sudden movement to the soft tissues in the neck could cause damage also known as whiplash. Injuries to the chest could include broken ribs, bleeding internally, and collapsed lungs.

After a car accident, other common injuries include ailment to arms, hands, legs, and feet which frequently result in pain and suffering. Psychological and emotional damages also need to be considered while proceeding with a claim. It is imperative to keep an itemized documentation of all treatments, medications, damages, and invoices. If a car accident occurs, this information will help us attain the just compensation you deserve.

What is the process for filing a personal injury lawsuit in Georgia?

If you have been injured by another party and need to file a lawsuit to recover the compensation you are owed, it is important to know that there are several steps to this process. Following is an overview of what the process entails.

Gather all information and documents that relate to your lawsuit. This includes police reports, names of witnesses, photographs, medical records, and any other documentation you may have.

Meet with a Fayetteville car accident attorney and provide them with the documentation. Your attorney will conduct their own investigation and prepare pleadings (such as the Complaint) and have these pleadings served on the proper defendants. The defendants are required to file responsive pleadings or they will be held in default, which means they are considered to have admitted that all the allegations in your Complaint are true.

The next step is discovery. This may include the parties serving each other with  interrogatories and document requests as well as depositions. There will likely be negotiations held at this point.

If negotiations between the parties fail, the case will proceed to trial. Very few personal injury cases go to trial. The trial may be held before a judge or a jury, and both parties will be required to present their evidence and may be called to testify.

Call us today at 1-800-738-WE-WIN to set up your free consultation.

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