Columbus Lawyers Helping Injured Car Accident Victims
Seeking Justice for You When You Have Been in a Car Wreck
A serious car accident can result in a long hospital stay, a period of recovery when you are unable to work, catastrophic injury and even death. When you have been injured by someone else’s negligence, you shouldn’t have to foot the bill. Insurance companies advertise that they will take care of you in an emergency, but their actual job is to make money for their shareholders. You need an experienced lawyer to help you get the compensation you are entitled to.
Buchanan Law Firm, PC has extensive experience handling:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Accidents caused by a drunk driver
Our knowledge of this area is great and because we have been on both sides of the courtroom (as well as the negotiating table), we know what your insurance company is likely to say and do in response to our demands. That gives us a unique insight not possessed by many law firms.
We will give your case our full attention, gathering and preserving evidence before it disappears from the accident scene. If necessary, we will enlist the help of accident reconstruction experts to prove fault on the part of the other driver. We will consult with your doctor to determine the extent of the damage done to you and your likely long-term prognosis. We will present all of this to your insurance company with a demand for payment for your injuries. If it refuses, we will prepare your case for trial. We have found that hard work and telling the truth bring about justice.
Georgia Attorneys Handling Auto Injury Claims
When you’ve been severely injured, we recommend calling a lawyer as soon as you are able. An insurance investigator may be dispatched to visit you in the hospital or at home. Do not give an interview to this person without a lawyer present. The insurance investigator will write down everything you say and can manipulate you into admitting things that are not true, and certainly not in your best interests. Most importantly, don’t sign anything until you have consulted with a lawyer who will sit down with you and let you know what your legal rights are.