Whether you have suffered multiple fractures, a herniated disc injury, or head trauma in a Georgia car crash, your focus has to shift from the trauma of the accident to making sure you win your claim and obtain the most compensation possible. Because you most likely are in pain and are traumatized, you may find it hard to focus all your energy on trying to get the best possible settlement. So, here’s what you need to know in order to get the best results:

  • If your injury is serious, you should NOT deal with the insurance company on your own. In fact, you need to speak with an experienced Peachtree City personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to make sure you have someone representing you and protecting your rights.
  • If you want to deal with the insurance company on your own, know that you should NEVER agree to a quick settlement. Insurance companies are in business to make money, which is why they will attempt to settle your case as fast as possible and for as little money as possible. You need to know that you have the power to negotiate with them and that you can wait to settle until you know how much the accident has cost you. This includes your emergency room visit, x-rays, doctor’s visits, surgery, physical therapy, chiropractor visits, prescription medications, and lost income. You may have other additional injury-related costs such as taxi services or child-care expenses that you can also get reimbursed. Only agree to a settlement after you know the long-term effects of your injury.


If you are feeling pressured to settle quickly or don’t know if you are getting a fair offer, it is best to contact a Georgia accident attorney who can level the playing field and help you receive the best outcome. For help winning your accident claim, call Shane Smith Law to speak with an experienced Fayette County, Georgia accident attorney at 770.487.8999 for a free initial case consultation today.

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