Dunwoody Personal Injury Lawyers
Located about 10 miles north of Atlanta, Dunwoody is a locale that offers big-city luxuries with a small-town price tag. Home of the rain-or-shine Butterfly Festival and the Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody is a one-stop destination for family-friendly fun at any point in the year!
Personal Injury: Anytime, Anywhere
Despite the year-round entertainment and luxury opportunities that exist in Dunwoody, disaster can strike without regard to time and location. You or a loved one might suffer a personal injury at the hands of a negligent or inattentive person, and the results can be devastating, last a lifetime, or even deadly.
When a serious, life-altering personal injury occurs, the stress and cost of such an occurrence is staggering to anyone involved. If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury in Dunwoody, GA and would like to file a claim, Greathouse Trial Law, LLC is here to help. Located in the heart of Atlanta, we proudly represent clients from all over the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Defining Personal Injury
As opposed to damage or injury to property, personal injury is a legal term to describe damages done to a person’s body, mind, or emotions. This injury can be a result of another individual’s negligence or misconduct, and can also be extended to claims of death of family members by wrongful means (known as wrongful death) as well.
Common instances of personal injury claims include:
For a complete list of services and personal injury claims that Greathouse Trial Law, LLC can cover, please review our services page.
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury due to another person’s action, you are legally entitled to file a claim and receive compensation for your injuries and losses. At Greathouse, we are committed to representing your case with expertise, integrity, and proven results.
Filing a Claim
If you or a loved one suffer a personal injury, it is very important to file a claim as soon as possible in order to guarantee maximum compensation. The statute of limitations in Georgia states that a personal injury claim must be filed within two years from the date of the initial accident. We strongly recommend hiring an attorney to review the details of your case to assess the best course of action.
We do not encourage accepting any kind of settlement until an attorney has reviewed your case; you may be entitled to a settlement that is greater than what is initially offered.
For a completely free consultation and assessment of your case, contact Greathouse Trial Law today to ensure that you and your loved ones receive maximum compensation for your personal injury and losses.
How Does a Personal Injury Claim Work?
Although the idea of filing a claim and pursuing compensation for a personal injury seems daunting, Greathouse Trial Law is committed to working with you every step of the way.
After an initial free consultation session, we get straight to work. We will work with the details you provide us and begin to gather more information on our own, on your behalf—this includes gathering evidence for your case, contacting your insurance company for medical records and bills, and staying in touch with you to explain what is happening at each step of the process.
Once we have compiled a completed demand package for your case, we will reach out to your insurance company on your behalf and consult with you when they have decided to make an offer and begin negotiations for a settlement. We will review all of the available options with you to make sure that you receive the maximum compensation you are legally entitled to, whether or not it involves a lawsuit.
Greathouse Trial Law has successfully worked with clients to recover millions of dollars in compensation, and we will fight for your rights from beginning to end. Best of all, we operate on a contingency basis—meaning that until we help you win your case, you don’t need to worry about paying.
Contact an Experienced Dunwoody Injury Lawyer
For more information, or to discuss your case with our team, contact Greathouse Trial Law to speak to a well-qualified attorney and begin your legal proceedings today.