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Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer

Have you been injured due to another's negligence in and around Atlanta?

If you have sustained injuries in an accident or incident in the Atlanta area in which another's negligence or wrongdoing was the major cause, you may be entitled to recover financial compensation for damages. Negligence is a common underlying cause of injuries in personal injury cases; negligence must be proven for you to make a valid claim or lawsuit. In such cases, the other party failed to exercise reasonable care in preventing harm to another. Typical negligence-based accidents include those involving drunk drivers, reckless or distracted drivers, or those drivers violating traffic laws.

If you need legal assistance following an accident or incident where you have been hurt, it is always in your best interests to enlist the aid of a qualified personal injury attorney. The Atlanta personal injury attorney at The Craig Firm, LLC offers comprehensive and responsive legal representation in preparing your injury claim, negotiating on your behalf with insurance companies, or taking your case to court to obtain the financial compensation you need and deserve.

Personal Injury Law in Georgia

Georgia operates on a comparative negligence law, which means that what you can recover will be determined by your degree of fault in the accident. If your carelessness or negligence exceeded 50 percent of the cause of the accident, you will not be eligible for compensation. If two or more people were responsible for causing your injuries, each will be responsible for the portion of damages you receive based on their percentage of fault.

If you were injured on another's property due to negligence, you may be eligible for compensation in a premises liability case. If you were injured due to a defective or dangerous product, you may be able to file a claim for damages in a product liability case.

Damages you may be entitled to in a case of negligence may include medical expenses, including future estimated costs, lost wages, property damage to your vehicle, pain and suffering, emotional distress, any permanent disability or disfigurement, potential loss of earnings in the future due to your injuries, and any other costs connected with your injuries.

Contact the Atlanta personal injury lawyer at The Craig Firm to get started on your personal injury claim or lawsuit today.