The experienced personal injury attorneys at the Marks Law Group help clients who have sustained severe injuries in accidents that were caused by another person's or entity's fault. Our Stonecrest accident attorneys are committed to fighting for the rights of accident injury victims. We know that our clients only have one opportunity to get the financial compensation they deserve.
Personal injury lawsuits typically arise from accidents, such as motor vehicle accidents, bicycle accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents. If you or a loved one have suffered severe physical injuries in Georgia because of someone else’s negligence, you're entitled to financial compensation to cover your medical treatment costs, lost income, property damage, pain and suffering, and other financial damages.
The Stonecrest personal injury lawyers at Marks Law Firm are focused on seeking maximum compensation for the clients we serve. We have decades of experience helping accident victims across Georgia with a wide variety of personal injury claims. If you believe we could help with your situation, contact our personal injury law firm today at (678) 251-9309 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Personal injury lawyers handle many types of negligence cases that involve trucking accidents, car accidents, aviation accidents, wrongful death cases, motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, child daycare negligence, and other types of negligence cases. Negligence happens when someone doesn't exercise reasonable care to avoid causing bodily injury or loss to another person. Thus, negligence occurs when one individual carelessly injures another.
For example, in a Georgia motor vehicle accident or truck accident, negligence occurs when the at-fault driver carelessly operates a motor vehicle and causes property damage or physical injury to another. In a Georgia premises liability case, negligence occurs when a premises owner neglects to maintain his or her premises, such that the premises cause personal injury to another person through a slip and fall or trip and fall incident. In medical negligence or medical malpractice cases, negligence happens when a medical professional doesn't provide the standard of medical care that a reasonably prudent medical staff would have provided under similar circumstances.
Further, a product liability case occurs when a manufacturer places faulty products into the stream of commerce, which causes harm to consumers. In these scenarios, it's essential to hire an experienced personal injury lawyer to negotiate the potential claim and file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault party.
Alternately, an intentional tort arises where a person intentionally causes bodily injury to another. For instance, an auto accident is simply an accident. In a car accident claim, there's no intent to harm you, only negligence by the at-fault driver that injures you or causes property damage. However, an intentional tort arises when a driver intentionally hits another vehicle, or batters or assaults another person. Sometimes, businesses are held liable, especially when their employee intentionally touches, strikes, or batters a customer. Further, medical providers are liable where an incompetent medical professional injures a patient.
If you or a loved one has been a victim of negligence or an intentional tort, call our Marks Law Group today for a free case evaluation. We represent victims of intentional torts and negligence on a contingency fee basis. This means that you don't have to pay us unless we win your case.
There are three types of financial damages you can recover in a bodily injury claim:
Further, it's essential to note that Georgia is a comparative negligence state. Thus, the amount you can collect in financial damages may depend on your role in the incident which injured you. Thus, it's crucial that you never admit to liability: not at the actual accident scene, not when you were using a defective product, not if you suffered a work-related injury–never. Instead, contact an experienced injury attorney and tell him or her what happened to you and how, and he or she will advise you about your next steps, and which legal options are available to you.
Typically, you only have two years from the day you sustained bodily harm or the day you realized you were injured, to file your claim. However, there are a few exceptions to this deadline:
At Marks Law Group, our team of attorneys has extensive experience fighting for justice, even after months or years have elapsed from when your accident occurred. Our experienced injury lawyers will review your case from all angles and find the best course of legal action for you and your loved ones. Contact our experienced Stonecrest accident attorneys today for a free case review.
The Stonecrest personal injury lawyers at Marks Law Group can help you with an array of essential tasks, including but not limited to:
If you have sustained injuries from an accident in Stonecrest, Georgia, the attorneys at Marks Law Group will demand you receive all the monetary damages you're entitled to because of your injuries and costs for treatment.
At Marks Law Group, our accident lawyers have helped thousands of personal injury victims and we can help you too. Our legal team is dedicated to helping personal injury victims in Stonecrest and throughout Georgia recover fair compensation. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our personal injury law firm today at (678) 251-9309, or chat with us online to learn how we can help.