Trusted Personal Injury Lawyer Winning Compensation for Quitman Victims and Their Families
If you have been injured at the hands of a reckless or negligent individual, you have the right to seek compensation and to hold them accountable for their dangerous actions. Whether you have been struck by an impaired driver, tripped on an uneven surface, or suffered while under the care of a healthcare professional, Spencer Law Office can work with you to make sure you obtain the compensation you are owed.
Holding Reckless Individuals Responsible
When you receive injuries because someone else was too distracted or disregarded your safety, it is natural to want to make those responsible for your injuries pay for their negligence. The injuries you received may have left you with costly medical bills, and you may have had to miss work and lose wages while you recovered. The resulting financial stress has probably caused you even more anxiety during this already difficult time.
Fortunately, the seasoned legal counsel at Spencer Law Office understands how to pursue a successful personal injury claim and secure you the compensation you are owed. We will listen carefully to every aspect of your situation and prepare the strongest possible case to help you move on with your life. Our firm handles a wide variety of personal injury cases, including:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Premises liability accidents
- Medical malpractice injuries
If you sustained injuries at the incompetent hands of another, call us today to learn more about what we can do to win you the compensation you deserve. We are an experienced and straightforward law firm that firmly defends the rights of our clients, and we are available to help you file a successful personal injury claim to secure your hard-earned benefits.
Personal Injury FAQs
Q: Will I need a personal injury attorney?
A: While you are not required to work with a personal injury attorney, it is clear that those plaintiffs who decide to represent themselves typically receive far less compensation than those who work with an experienced personal injury attorney. Additionally, it is helpful to have someone on your team who support you throughout the process and make sure you are presenting your case in the best possible way.
Q: I’ve just been injured and I know it’s someone else’s fault. What should I do?
A: In order to make sure your claim is as strong as possible, immediately document everything you can remember about the circumstances of your injury. Write down names, phone numbers, and contact information for everyone involved in the incident, including any emergency personnel or insurance representatives. Take photographs of the scene of the accident, any injuries you received, and the condition of your clothes or personal items immediately following the accident. Each detail that you gather and present to your attorney will help you build a stronger case.
Q: How long do I have to pursue a personal injury claim?
A: In Georgia, you may file a lawsuit against the responsible party within two years of the accident. While there are a few exceptions in place that may extend the statute of limitations, it is wise to act quickly so that you can secure your benefits before the time expires.
Q: What kinds of damages can I expect to receive from a personal injury lawsuit?
A: Depending on the specifics of your case, compensatory damages may cover medical bills, lost wages, mental anguish, disability, pain and suffering, physical disability, disfigurement, loss of companionship, property damage, transportation charges, and more.