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Do I Need an Atlanta Injury Lawyer?

When you or a family member are hurt because of another person's mistake or carelessness, the law states that you can hold them financially responsible for their actions. Usually, a person receives compensation from the responsible party's insurance company, whether it is homeowner's insurance in the case of a dog bite, auto insurance in a car accident injury or business liability insurance if you are hurt at a business. You have the right to request compensation from the insurance company. If the insurance company denies your claims or offers you too little, you can take them to civil court or you can hire an Atlanta personal injury attorney (or you can do nothing and just accept whatever they are offering, if anything).

In civil court, you do not need lawyers and you basically present your case in front of a judge who will decide the outcome. If you hire a lawyer, they will generally work to get you a larger settlement and, in some cases, go to State or Superior court with it. These trials will involve a jury and you will need a lawyer to represent you.If you are unsure about your options, it can never hurt to call a lawyer. Reputable Atlanta personal injury lawyers will give you a free consultation and can let you know if you have a case or not. If you are hoping for a very large reward, hiring a lawyer may be your best bet. If you just want what you think is fair such as compensation for your medical bills, civil court might be a good idea. In however, you do not what the hassle of having to deal with a trial and arguing your case, an Atlanta injury lawyer can handle your civil case as well.

Kimberly A. Berry

Kimberly A. Berry, Esq. is a Dean's Scholar Vanderbilt University law school graduate. She has served as lead counsel in over 100 trials and motions. Ms. Berry is dedicated to fighting hard for her clients.


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