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- Bryce Angell is an award-winning law professional who has dedicated his entire legal career to helping victims of other people’s negligence.
- Everyone at The Angell Law Firm has years of experience. We live and breathe personal injury law.
- We have one of the best legal teams in the state, which is why we are known as one of the top law firms in Georgia.
- Learn more about working with us by reading the reviews on our website.
- If you have been injured, call our office to schedule a free consultation with an honest and aggressive legal professional.
At The Angell Law Firm, we take all types of serious injuries seriously. We get it. You have may have been in an accident making you the victim of someone else’s negligence. Your accident injuries have altered your life and you could use help. Your injuries may entitle you to compensation from the insurance company. That is why we deal with many practice areas.
We do this so we can help many people recover from their accidents. We understand that dealing with an unexpected injury following an accident can be painful, stressful, and expensive. If you or someone close to you has been a victim in an unexpected accident caused by someone’s negligence, you may be legally entitled to compensation. With our help, you may be able to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage, and more from the insurance company. The associates at The Angell Law Firm law group are dedicated to protecting your rights every step of the way after an accident. This way you do not need to be distracted by your accident injuries. You can rest assured that we will thoroughly investigate your accident case. We will gather the evidence we need to prove liability to the insurance companies involved in your accident claim. Clients can also rest easy knowing that we will provide them with honest legal advice throughout the entire process of fighting for compensation following your accident.
When Should I Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer?
If you’ve been injured, and if you believe that someone else’s negligence is the reason why it’s in your best interests to speak to a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
Of course, any injury requires that you seek medical attention immediately.
But speaking with an attorney is your next absolute priority because the sooner you contact an attorney, the sooner that attorney can resolve your case and recover the compensation you deserve.
How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The amount of time you have for taking legal action after an accident depends on where you live. Each state has a slightly different statute of limitations.
A statute of limitations is a legally-established time limit for taking legal action. If you fail to meet the deadline, you won’t be allowed to file a lawsuit.
Georgia’s statute of limitations gives victims two years from the date of the accident to take action. But don’t wait two years to see an attorney. If you’ve been injured, get the advice you need promptly.
If a Lawyer Takes My Case, How Much Will I Have to Pay?
Legal fees in personal injury cases can vary, but personal injury lawyers typically take cases on what is called a “contingency fee” basis.
This means, if you are an injured victim of negligence, you’ll pay no fees “up front,” and you’ll pay nothing until and unless your attorney prevails on your behalf. When your lawyer is paid out of the final compensation award, the fee typically ranges from thirty to fifty percent.
If I Do Hire a Lawyer, What Are My Responsibilities?
Hiring an experienced lawyer to represent you in a personal injury matter is always the smart decision to make, but as your case progresses, your attorney will sometimes need your help.
After you’ve secured a personal injury attorney’s services, that attorney may ask you to locate some medical or insurance records or documents, and you’ll need to keep your attorney up-to-date regarding your medical condition and treatment.
Your attorney may ask you to see a particular doctor or appear for a deposition. Always try to cooperate, because your attorney is working for you.
Your attorney will keep you updated regarding progress and developments in your case and any impending deadlines.
What Is the Value of My Personal Injury Claim?
The monetary value of any particular personal injury claim will depend on a number of factors, including the severity of the victim’s injuries, the way those injuries have affected the victim’s life, and the identity and resources of the party or parties at-fault.
After reviewing your claim, your attorney may be able to estimate the amount you should expect in a settlement or verdict, and your attorney will fight aggressively on your behalf for every dollar that you are entitled to under the law.
How Do I Know if I Have a Personal Injury Case?
If you have sustained any type of injury in an accident that was not your fault, you will probably have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit.
If you are injured unexpectedly, after you’ve been seen by a doctor, see a personal injury lawyer. An experienced personal injury attorney can review the details of the accident and determine if you have grounds for taking legal action.
Most personal injury lawyers offer a free initial consultation, so it won’t cost anything to talk with a lawyer about your case and your rights.
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Our law office is conveniently located in Lenox near Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza. Learn more about what it’s like to work with us by reading the Google Plus reviews of The Angell Law Firm. To discuss your case at no cost, call us at 770-217-4954 or contact us online.
Our Practice Areas
Driving is a privilege, not a right. It is critical to remember that every vehicle driver owes others on the road a certain duty of care to prevent accidents from occurring. If you have been a victim of a traffic accident caused by a driver’s negligence, you can typically take legal action by filing a claim against that vehicle driver and their insurance company. We can help victims gather the evidence that they need to prove negligence in a car accident claim when dealing with insurance companies.
Unfortunately, even if it is the motorist’s fault, it is the motorcyclist who usually ends up severely injured in the event of an accident. Fortunately, motorcycle accident victims may be able to recover compensation from the insurance company for these injuries with the help of motorcycle accident legal representation.
Wrongful death cases arise from a death caused by someone else’s negligence. Certain family members of the victim of a wrongful death can file a claim to recover compensation for the loss of their loved one. If neither a spouse nor a child is available to bring a lawsuit, either the surviving parents of the victim or the personal representative of the victim’s estate may be able to file a claim to receive compensation.
Sometimes, products contain defects that can lead to an accident and serious injuries that may entitle you to compensation. When filing a product liability claim for compensation in such an accident, you must determine which type of defect caused you harm. Depending on the type of defect, you may be able to hold others, such as the product’s designers, manufacturers, or distributors, liable.
A truck accident can occur for a number of reasons. This includes driver fatigue, distracted driving, intoxicated driving, and improper maintenance of the truck. It is important to note that if you have been hurt in a truck accident, you may be able to sue a third party affiliate in addition to the truck driver. Let us help you identify the liable parties in your case and hold them accountable.
Millions of people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs every year. Dog bite laws vary from state to state. In Georgia, a dog owner’s insurance is only liable to pay compensation for a dog bite if the victim can prove that the dog owner knew or should have known of the dog’s propensity to bite.