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In order to successfully file a personal injury or wrongful death claim, you must have evidence proving another party’s negligence caused the accident and your injuries. Gather evidence of how the accident occurred, who was involved, and most importantly, who was at fault.
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Who We Are
“Fighting for your rights.”
When you hire a law firm that makes you feel comfortable and reassured, it can help make a difficult event like filing a personal injury claim easier on you and your family.
How to get started:
If you have suffered an injury, our office can help you navigate the claim process to ensure you receive fair compensation. Here are four basic but important steps to follow after an accident.
If you are injured in any type of accident, it is vitally important that you obtain medical treatment right away. This is for two reasons: first, to ensure your physical health and well-being, and, second, to insulate your claim from any legal defenses. Frequently, people involved in accidents wait a few days or even weeks to go to a doctor. This is a mistake, because the insurance company will likely take the position that you were not really injured, and they will offer far less in settlement negotiations.
Do not give a recorded statement to the insurance company! Frequently, the insurance company of the negligent party will attempt to contact an injured party after an accident. The insurance company will seek to obtain information which can prejudice your claim via recorded statement by telephone. If an insurance company representative requests such a statement from you, do not agree. Instead, contact our law firm immediately for assistance with your claim.
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The Law Offices of John Morrison, LLC
Has been providing quality legal services for over 14 years to injured clients. We frequently take cases to court in which the insurance companies either refuse to offer reasonable settlement value or refuse to authorize medical benefits as required by Georgia law.
It is virtually impossible for an injured individual to manage his or her own claim by herself against an insurance company, because the insurance company has numerous advantages. An insurance company is a huge corporate entity with thousands of employees, and they work hard to minimize the value of your claim. While an insurance adjuster may sound friendly to you over the phone, behind the scenes, he will conduct a thorough investigation into your claim to reduce their exposure to you. This means they will be communicating with your physicians, requesting medical records, sending you to their in-house physicians, and sometimes even spying on you via private investigators.
No one can be expected to handle a big insurance company all by himself. Let us handle this for you. Our firm can relieve you of this burden by requiring the insurance company to communicate only with us. We know their strategies, and we know which doctors are on their side, so we can guide you through the legal process to make sure you are treated fairly.