Driving around Atlanta on NFL game days is often challenging. Football fans who are out watching the Falcons might not be paying close attention to the road. Add to this the fact that traffic is likely increased, and you have almost a perfect storm for a car crash. If you are the victim of a car accident, ensure that you take proper steps after the wreck to protect your rights as well as get the medical care you need.
When you are at the scene of the crash, be sure you don’t say anything that might be construed as an admission of fault or guilt in relation to the accident. Even telling the other driver that you’re sorry could be considered an admission of liability.
We understand that you might not know where to go from here. If you suffered serious injuries, such as a brain or spinal cord injury or broken bones, you might realize that your life has changed dramatically since before the accident. We are here to help you learn how to seek compensation and get your case moving forward in court. Not only can this help you hold the other driver accountable for their actions, but it can also help you lessen the financial blow that you have to deal with due to the negligence of another party.
Many factors work together to create the basis of your case. We need to show that the other driver was negligent, that their negligence caused the accident, that the accident caused your injuries and that you suffered financial and emotional damages from the crash. We must factor in the costs of your current medical expenses, as well as any future bills you might incur. We also have to look into other types of damages, such as missed wages or emotional trauma.