The Brown Firm in Savannah, Georgia has announced that over the next month, they will be answering the 13 most common questions asked by clients about auto accidents. The firm is comprised of a number of personal injury attorneys and state that they regularly represent those who have been involved in automobile accidents to ensure that their rights are protected.
Harry Brown Jr, DC, JD, and founder of the firm says, “Every time we consult with a new client about an automobile accident, they of course have questions. Our aim with this Q&A session is to help answer some of the more commonly asked questions to give those injured in an automobile accident a better idea of what they need to do if and when injuries occur.”
Brown says that the session will be very helpful for anyone who has been previously injured in an automobile accident but stresses that those who have never faced this issue will also learn. He says that auto accident injuries are never planned and that it is a good idea for the general consumer to know and understand what happens if and when these injuries are every experienced.
Brown states that those who are involved in a car accident through no fault of their own are often left with a number of costly medical bills, not to mention time taken away from work to recuperate. He states that anyone who has questions or would like to learn more can check out the firm’s website, where they regularly post information related to personal injury and what individuals need to do if they are injured at the hands of another.
“No one ever expects to have an automobile accident,” says Brown. “This is just one of those things that happens and although it may very well be an accident, there are certain legal steps that need to be taken in order to ensure that the client receives any compensation that they have coming to them. Our goal with this question and answer session is to help alleviate some of the questions or doubts related to being involved in an accident and what rights consumers have if they are.”
The attorney says that one question many clients have is whether or not they should seek medical attention immediately or wait until they can see their own physician. Brown adds that there are a number of questions related to insurance such as whose insurance should be forced to pay for medical expenses and whether health insurance or automobile insurance should cover these costs. He says that for many, there is often a question of proving that the other party in the accident should be required to pay for medical costs or even for the repair bills for a vehicle that they injured. He states that all of these and other questions will be answered during the session and that those who have questions should plan to join the session to get a clearer view of what to do if they are ever injured in an automobile accident or face any personal injury experience.
The law firm states that there are a number of things to keep in mind when one is injured in an accident or due to negligence. In a previous PR article, the firm touched on what parents should do if and when their child is injured at school. They have provided additional information on a number of other injury scenarios, offering consumers tips and advice on what they need to do to ensure that their rights are protected when they are injured at the hands of someone else. Those who are interested in learning more about the upcoming questions and answers session or any of the legal services that the firm provides can visit them on their website for more information. Contact information for those who would like to directly schedule a consultation can also be found on the firm’s website.
Our Savannah personal injury attorneys aggressively negotiate and litigate on the behalf of our clients’, pursuing their rights to maximum compensation for their injuries.
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