A Guide to Personal Injury Law In Georgia
After being injured in a serious accident, you might feel overwhelmed and worried about the financial impact this will have.
In the United States, there are over 31 million emergency room visits due to accidental injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Over 130,00 people across the country die due to these accidents, leaving families devastated and financially overwhelmed.
Personal Injury Claims and Accident Victims
Personal injury claims are filed by accident victims against the person(s) or entity(s) responsible for their injuries. These claims help accident victims recover their medical expenses, lost wages, and damages associated with pain and suffering.
Our personal injury attorneys at Fast Help continuously help accident victims in Georgia seek financial compensation for their injuries. Personal injury law can be convoluted and easily overwhelm those who are not familiar with the systems and processes that govern civil claims court. The team at Fast Help provide timely and personalized representation to victims of car accidents, slips and falls, sports, and workplace accidents.
Below is a list of some of the most common types of personal injury related issues in Georgia. For guidance on your specific case, contact our network to speak with an Atlanta accident attorney about your legal options.
Types of Personal Injury Claims in Georgia
- Car accidents: The most common of personal injury claims; accident victims that have been injured or whose property has been damaged, can file suit against negligent drivers.
- Slip and falls: Victims can seek compensation from property owners or lessors for injuries received due to dangerous conditions of another’s property.
- Defective products: Products that do not work correctly, or have insufficient warnings can cause serious injury. If you have been injured by these products, the makers are liable for the damages.
- Workplace accidents: Workplace accidents occur every day. Most accidents are covered by worker’s compensation, however there are some instances that the injured employee should file a personal injury claim.
- Dog bites: Should you be injured by a dog, the owners can be held accountable for injuries inflicted by their pet.
Contact Fast Help Today
While these are the most common types of personal injury cases, this is not an exhaustive list. If you have been injured in an accident in which you believe was caused by negligence, contact our network to learn more about your options. Just dial (404) 592-0318 to speak with an experienced attorney now.