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Q
Following a truck crash, I didn’t think I was badly injured so I started talking with the trucking company’s insurance company to make a settlement. But then I started having pain in my leg and now I think I should talk with an attorney. Is that still an option?

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Yes, you still have the option of talking with an experienced trucking accident attorney following your Roswell truck accident if you haven’t already signed paperwork or agreed to their final settlement offer.

As a Georgia personal injury lawyer, I would recommend that you first get in to see a doctor as soon as possible. Seeing a doctor will help you learn more about your leg pain and if you need treatment, plus it will also help make your personal injury claim stronger. Additionally, you need to talk with a Roswell accident attorney immediately so that you don’t make any mistakes that could harm your case or potential recovery.

An attorney will investigate your accident and subpoena the truck’s onboard data, as well as the truck driver’s log books and cell phone records. Also, your attorney will talk with your doctor to determine the extent of your injuries in order to present a strong case to the other side that will help you recover the maximum compensation possible.

You may still have time to talk with an attorney and make sure you obtain the highest financial recovery possible in your case. With the help of an attorney, you may be able to get a higher settlement than what you could have obtained on your own. You may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, property damage, lost income, pain and suffering, and more.

To learn more about your rights and to get your questions answered in a free consultation, call the Law Offices of Shane Smith for help today at 770-HURT-999.

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia