There aren’t any easy ways to deal with the aftermath of a car crash. Instead, you have to take things one day, one issue at a time. Trying to do anything more will likely get overwhelming. While a minor car wreck comes with specific issues that can be troubling, ones that are more serious have the added element of injuries.
We know that dealing with the impacts of the crash aren’t easy when you are injured. Instead, you will have to try to focus your energy on healing. Everything else around you might be put on the back burner as you do this.
While you can do this to many things, you shouldn’t try to push off the decision to seek compensation. If you are going to seek compensation in Georgia, you have two years from the date of the car wreck. This time limit is firm, so once it passes, you can’t do anything to recover damages.
If you are ready to take action to hold the driver who struck you accountable for the wreck, we are here to help. We will evaluation your case and help you learn about what is possible. We work with you to come up with a plan.
There are many important points to consider when you are trying to decide if you will seek compensation. One is that you shouldn’t be the one to pay for the medical care and other expenses from the crash. Another is that you have probably dealt with a lot of life changes since your injury. You might also want the person who hit you to have to face the results of the crash head-on. We are here to help you determine how to work toward those goals.