Have questions after a Georgia pedestrian accident?
After a Georgia pedestrian accident, many people need answers and advice
Most of us have never been involved in an accident before, so when one happens, people need answers.
The pedestrian accident attorneys and legal team at Weinstein Law hear everyday from people who ask:
- What should I do immediately after a pedestrian accident?
- Does my car insurance policy cover me for injuries after a pedestrian accident?
- Should I speak with the driver's insurance company?
- How do I get reimbursed for my medical bills?
- The at-fault driver says it's MY fault – what should I do?
- The accident was partially my fault – how will this affect my insurance claim?
For minor pedestrian accidents in Georgia, consider handling your own insurance claim
When a pedestrian accident is fairly minor and results in minor injuries or damage only, most people can manage the insurance claim on their own. The insurance claim process can be frustrating and stressful at times, but it is manageable. Unfortunately, most pedestrian collisions involve serious or fatal injuries.
When a pedestrian accident results in significant injuries, get help from The Weinstein Firm's injury attorneys
When someone is seriously injured or killed in a pedestrian accident, it is important to speak with an experienced Georgia personal injury attorney. When you do, you will learn about:
- whether you have a valid personal injury claim;
- how your medical bills will be paid;
- how the at-fault driver's insurance policy covers your damages;
- what you need to do to support your insurance claim;
- what you can expect throughout the claim process;
- how much you may expect to receive in a settlement or verdict.
Contact the Weinstein Firm today, to get answers to your questions and to learn more about your rights and options. You will be glad you did.
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