If you were injured in a car accident in Lawrenceville, a lawyer from Kaine Law can help you pursue compensation for your losses. We will build a case to establish the defendant’s negligence and liability for your losses and seek the maximum damages for your case.
Let the team at Kaine Law exercise your rights to compensation while you focus on recovering from your injuries. Give us a call today at (404) 214-2001 for your free consultation. If we do not recover compensation for you, there is no cost for our services.
You Deserve Compensation for Your Losses
Car accidents can cause physical injuries that lead to extensive losses and expenses.
Of primary concern for many victims of car accidents is how they will pay for their medical care. Medical bills may include:
- A ride in an ambulance
- Emergency room care
- MRIs or X-rays
- Physical rehabilitation
- Chiropractic care
While your insurance may provide some coverage, you may still face significant medical costs beyond what your insurance will cover. The other driver’s insurance may be responsible for the full costs of your medical care, including any long-term care you might require.
Attorney Evan Kaine and the team at Kaine Law can gather medical records and bills to demand appropriate compensation for all your medical costs.
You could recover compensation for lost wages and reduced earning capacity. These damages compensate you for wages lost while recovering or if your injuries prevent you from working in the same capacity as before your injury.
Pain and Suffering
Non-economic damages may be recoverable in addition to your economic losses. Examples can include:
- Pain and suffering. After an accident, you could face extreme physical and emotional pain due to your injuries—and your compensation could reflect your suffering.
- Lost enjoyment of life. If you cannot experience life the way you did before the accident, you could be compensated for that loss.
- Loss of consortium. If you lost the ability to enjoy life with a loved one after an accident, it may be possible to seek compensation for the lost companionship of your loved one.
Property Damage & Diminished Value
You could also qualify to recover compensation for property damage you suffered in the accident. If your vehicle’s value has diminished, you could pursue a diminished value claim as well.
A Lawrenceville car accident lawyer from Kaine Law can place a proper dollar value on your claim. We can determine how a car accident has impacted your life and demand fair compensation on your behalf.
Reach out to us today at (404) 214-2001 to learn more during a free consultation.
For a free legal consultation with a car accident lawyer serving Lawrenceville, call 404-214-2001
We Build Your Case to Prove That Another Driver Was at Fault
All drivers in Lawrenceville have a duty to operate their vehicles safely and responsibly. To pursue compensation through a personal injury claim or lawsuit, you must prove that the other driver violated this duty and caused your injury.
A lawyer from our firm can:
- Take the lead in demonstrating negligence and liability
- Gather evidence that establishes fault
- Work with expert witnesses who can speak to how the accident happened
- Communicate with insurance companies on your behalf
- Build a powerful case for fair compensation
Your attorney can also fight back against inaccurate allegations of shared fault. A concept called contributory negligence can affect your settlement value, according to Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) §51-12-33. In short, if your fault for the crash is 50 percent or higher, you cannot collect any compensation from another party.
We will work to counter any false claims that you were to blame for the accident and build a case demonstrating the other driver’s fault.
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State Law Gives You a Limited Time to Pursue Your Case
There is a strict time limit on filing a lawsuit for car accident cases in Lawrenceville and across the state. This time limit is called the statute of limitations.
According to O.C.G.A. §9-3-33, you have two years following your crash to file a lawsuit. Failure to act within this time limit may keep you from recovering compensation. We will help you meet this vital time limit.
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We Can Help Injured Victims Seek Compensation for Their Losses
The team at Kaine Law wants to help you. We can take every necessary step to protect your legal rights while you focus on recovering from your injuries. Give us a call today at (404) 214-2001 for your free consultation