Different Types of Accidents and Personal Injury Cases
There are many different kinds of personal injuries. Some involve cars or trucks, others are slip and fall, construction accidents, or accidents that occur as a result of faulty products.
When it comes to Georgia personal injury cases, the type of accident that occurred matters less than how much damage was sustained. While a Georgia accident may seem relatively minor, it can end up having serious effects in some situations.
For example, a fall may cause little more than a sore back or twisted ankle in some people, but another slip and fall victim may suffer serious injuries including broken bones or head injuries.
The injuries sustained in any accident may strongly affect the person for the remainder of his or her life, leading to job loss and decreased mobility, and interfering with the person's quality of life.
What all accident types have in common is the responsibility of you (the plaintiff) and your personal injury attorney to prove that negligence and liability rests with the person or company that caused your accident and resulting injuries.
Evidence is vital when proving who was negligent in an accident. The evidence you can preserve, including police reports, photographs, witness testimony, medical records, and other documentation will become the backbone of your case in almost all personal injury cases.
You can learn about how to preserve your injury claim by visiting our article library.
Contacting a Peachtree City Injury Attorney
As the victim of a Georgia accident, you have rights that the insurance companies cannot ignore. While they have a team of lawyers working on their side, shouldn't you have experienced legal representation fighting for your best interests? Before accepting any settlement offer, contact the Law Offices of Jason Schultz to set up a FREE consultation on your case - 404-474-0804
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