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Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer | Auto Accident Claim Mistake

Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer Shane Smith, an Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney who limits his practice to Car Wrecks, Car Accidents, Personal Injury, DUI Victims, Slip and Falls, and other injuries relating to Back and Neck Injuries

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     Atlanta car Accident Lawyer talks about the number 3 way to reduce the value of your Georgia Auto Accident Claim Settlement.  This is delaying necessary medical care.  Find out why this can destroy the value of your case, especially if you have soft tissue injuries, neck injuries, or back injuries.  These types of injuries suffer the most from a delay in medical care.
     Shane goes over this in detail here, where he talks about how the insurance adjuster would prefer for you to delay seeking care and then use it against you when you try to settle your car accident claim.  Find the answers to these questions and many more:

     Can I just go to any doctor?
     Will the insurance company authorize me to go to the doctor or chiropractor?
     Will the insurace company give me a doctor to go to?
     Can I wait two weeks to see if I get better?

Category: Auto Accidents

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia

3 Comments to "Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer | Auto Accident Claim Mistake"

Well Done smith, I agreed with you that if you have been injured in a car accident or injured by another person's actions, in most cases, it is to your benefit to have a lawyer handle your case. Here are 5 benefits to having a personal injury lawyer represent you.This may sound obvious, but many people think that they know just as much as a lawyer and that a lawyer just collects the money. That is simply not true. Just because you have been injured doesn't mean that you are entitled to full compensation for your injuries. Few states recognize contributory negligence nowadays, but contributory negligence says that if you even slightly contributed to a car accident, you are not entitled to compensation. Most states recognize some form of comparative negligence which allows you to receive at least some compensation for your injuries depending on your involvement in the car accident.
Posted by injury compensation Ireland on August 10, 2010 at 07:57 AM
Nice job smith, Thanks for posting Helpful information.
Posted by Injury claims Ireland on August 6, 2010 at 08:12 AM
hi smith, thanks for posting interesting article.
Posted by Car Accident Claim on July 2, 2010 at 02:53 AM

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