Holston & Huntley
The information below is to help you make informed decisions about your personal injury case. Whether you’re wondering what to do after a car accident, how to choose the right personal injury lawyer, or what types of damages you can recover.
We understand that navigating the legal system can be overwhelming, so we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you understand your rights and options.
You should seek medical attention, call the police, exchange insurance information with the other driver, and contact a personal injury lawyer.
The statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim in Georgia is two years from the date of the accident.
The timeline for resolving a personal injury case varies depending on the complexity of the case and whether it goes to trial. It can take several months to several years to resolve.
The amount of compensation you are entitled to depends on the circumstances of your case and the damages you have suffered. A personal injury lawyer can help you determine the potential value of your claim.
You may be able to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and other losses related to the accident.
You may be able to receive medical treatment on a lien basis, which means that the medical provider will defer payment until your case is resolved.
It's recommended to hire a personal injury lawyer, as they can help you navigate the legal process, gather evidence, negotiate with insurance companies, and represent you in court if necessary.
You should look for a lawyer with experience in personal injury law, a good track record of success, and a strong reputation in the legal community.
You may be able to recover compensation through your own insurance policy or by filing a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
You may be able to negotiate with the insurance company or file a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
You may still be able to recover damages, but the amount you can recover may be reduced by the percentage of fault assigned to you.
You may still be able to recover damages, but the amount you can recover may be reduced by the percentage of fault assigned to you for not wearing a seatbelt.
Yes, you may be able to recover damages for emotional distress if it is related to the accident.
Yes, you may be able to recover damages for lost wages and future earning capacity if they are related to the accident.
You may still be able to recover damages for the aggravation of a pre-existing injury if it was caused or worsened by the accident.
Yes, you may be able to recover damages for property damage in a car accident, such as the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle.
Yes, you can still file a personal injury claim even if you don't have health insurance. You may be able to receive medical treatment on a lien basis.
You may be able to file a workers' compensation claim and a personal injury claim, depending on the circumstances of the accident.