Property Damage Guide for Georgia
After being involved in Georgia car accidents, most people have the same questions about repairing their damaged vehicles. For this reason, Atlanta accident attorney Shane Smith wrote the Property Damage Guide for the Seriously Injured in a Georgia Accident Case. This free book provides people with tips on how to handle property damage and injury claims following a wreck.
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By reading this guide, you will get your questions answered and learn about your rights and the laws surrounding:
- Car rentals
- Body shops
- Diminished value
- Property damage claims
When you are faced with getting your car fixed after a car crash in Georgia, you need to know your rights. This book will guide you through the process and help you understand your options. You will also learn other important aspects surrounding property damage claims, such as:
- Why you want the insurance company to pay the body shop directly and not you
- Why you don’t want to sign any forms without reading them
- Why you never want to cash a check that says “General Release” on it
Property damage claims—claims for damages to vehicles—and personal injury claims—claims for physical injuries—are handled separately under the law. If your vehicle has been damaged in an accident, even if no injuries were sustained, you need to file a property damage claim and this book will help navigate you through the process.
If you have been injured, you need to speak with a Georgia injury attorney to learn more about your rights to a personal injury claim. Please take a few seconds to fill out this form to receive your free book, and call us to discuss your potential injury claim at 770.487.8999 for a free case consultation.