Atlanta Auto Accident Lawyer
How does a car accident attorney help after an accident?
If you or a loved one have been the victim of a car accident or if you have injuries from an accident with a commercial truck, an auto accident attorney from Virguez Law is available to assist you 24/7. We offer free consultations, process fast settlements and negotiate maximum compensation for you. Our car accident attorneys have recovered millions for our clients.
How do auto accident lawyers get the most compensation from a car accident?
1. We build your case
Your attorney will investigate and gather all the evidence (police report, pictures, surveillance records, witness’ testimonials, etc) to build a strong case and file a claim that proves the other party negligently caused the crash.
2. We determine how much your car accident is worth
Your legal team will gather all documentation such as medical records, medical bills and insurance information which are critical to understand the extent of your injuries and build your case for compensation.
3. We negotiate a settlement amount
Our legal team will proceed to negotiate with the insurance company outside the court in order to obtain maximum compensation and a fast settlement. If an agreement can’t be reached, your attorney will go to trial and represent you in front of a judge. Most of the cases are settled outside the court.
“I’m so glad that someone referred me to Virguez Law. These people are SO professional, responsive and also very timely. I was pregnant and got rear ended, everything turned out to be fine thankfully and hey took care of my case. My dad had a situation that messed up his back about 2 years ago and his case is not being handled the same way. You know EXACTLY what’s going on with these people. They are so professional.”
Many people are concerned about the cost of legal representation and due to perception or misconstrued ideas, don’t hire an Atlanta car accident lawyer. Virguez Law works accident cases on a contingency-fee basis. This means you get a free case evaluation, and we don’t charge anything unless we win your case
What to do after a car accident?
If you are the victim of a car accident, there are five important steps to follow.
1. Check for injuries and get immediate medical assistance if needed.
2. Report the accident to the police. Georgia law requires all drivers involved in an auto accident to call the police.
3. Gather information
a. Exchange information with the other driver(s) such as name, telephone number driver’s license, insurance information (policy number), and registration. Write down the exact location of the accident, and details about the other car involved (model and license plate number).
b. If any witnesses were around, you may want to document their statements as well.
c. Take pictures of all cars involved in the accident and write down the sequence of events that led to the accident and after the accident.
4. Remain calm and limit your conversation about the accident with other people.
5. Hire an auto accident attorney who specializes in this field and has a good reputation.
When to get an attorney for a car accident?
The sooner, the better. If you are injured in a car accident, chances are you will require medical assistance. The last thing you want is for medical expenses to pile up on top of lost wages. Usually, most people hire a car accident attorney within one or two weeks of their accident.
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