Personal Injury Lawyer Marietta
Marietta Personal Injury Attorney
Marietta is a Georgia city located northwest of Atlanta. The Marietta Museum of History is housed in an 1845 former cotton warehouse in leafy Marietta Square. Local history is the theme of the exhibits. Nearby, the Gone with the Wind Museum honors both the film and Margaret Mitchell's novel. Trails crisscross Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, which was the location of a Civil War fight in 1864.
With the hustle and bustle of this busy city, accidents are bound to happen. If you have experienced an accident or endured a personal injury in or around Marietta, contact the local Brooks Injury Law office.
What Is Considered A Personal Injury?
Any harm you suffer due to another party's negligence or intentional wrongdoing is referred to as a personal injury. Physical injuries, mental agony, and emotional discomfort are all examples of personal injuries. You are entitled to compensation from the party who caused your injury, regardless of the cause.
Personal injuries that are common include, but are not limited to:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are a type of traumatic brain injury
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Fractures and broken bones
- Injuries to the spine
- Damage to internal organs
- Nerve damage and soft tissue injuries
- Whiplash and other neck injuries
- Partial and complete paralysis
- Amputations and limb loss
- Fractures of the spine, herniated discs, and other back injuries
- Shoulder problems Injuries to the face and eyes
- Injuries to the knees, ankles, wrists, and elbows
Georgia personal injury laws give injured persons a legal cause of action to recover damages. Our Marietta personal injury lawyer at Brooks Injury Law is dedicated to holding negligent parties financially liable for the pain and suffering they cause for innocent victims.
Our law firm fights for your best interests. We do not stop working on your case until we pursue every cause of action available to get you maximum compensation for your injury claim.
Reach out to Brooks Injury Law to schedule a free case evaluation with an experienced personal injury attorney in Marietta, GA.
Types Of Personal Injuries Our Lawyers Handle
Slip and Falls
- Wrongful Death
Our Working Process
1. Contact Us Initial Consultation
If you have been in an accident or are suffering from an injury caused during a recent incident, you can call us, text us, or email us 24/7/365 to speak to one of our intake specialists. Initial consultations are always free. We'll discuss the details of your incident and discuss how we can make your life better.
2. Meet Us Online, In Person, or Phone
As a client of Brooks Injury Law, you'll meet the paralegal and attorney on your case right away. To meet the needs of our clients, all of this can be in person, online, or over the phone. We can all process all necessary paperwork online from the convenience of your cell phone.
3. Treatment Focus On Treatment
Let us take care of everything while you focus on treatment. Our paralegals and attorneys take detailed notes of any pain you've felt as a result of your accident. Our #1 priority is making sure you get better. While you treat for your injuries, you can rest assured that we're handling your case for you behind-the-scenes. We'll keep you in the loop for any changes in your case and check-in with you to make sure your treatment is going well.
4. Investigation Gather The Facts
We'll deep dive into all the facts of your case. We will take over communicating with the insurance companies involved, gather all evidence, including police reports and video, 911 audio, incident reports, and more, and protect all evidence to refer to later in the case. We'll also gather your medical records to help prove your case. This will form the foundation of your demand for settlement.
5. Demand Calculate and Itemize Your Damages
Here, we'll put together a demand package for the insurance adjuster that includes every financial and physical damage you've sustained since your incident. This will encompass things like medical bills, lost wages, out-of-pocket expenses, and even the cost of any future medical treatments you require because of the incident. Once you approve it, we'll send this demand to the insurance company, and begin negotiations. You'll be involved in this entire process, so you'll always know where you stand during these negotiations.
Common Causes Of Personal Injuries
Doctors and other medical professionals are human, and make mistakes. Unfortunately, those mistakes may result in additional costly medical procedures, longer recovery time, or worse. Often, these mistakes are covered up, and the patient is left to pay for treatment that should not have been necessary, without having been told what actually happened. If you believe a medical professional has made an error, talk to an injury lawyer right away. Your lawyer can access your records and get the information that might prove that a mistake was made.
If you are injured in an assault, robbery, or some other crime, the criminal will be subject to prosecution and may face jail time, probation, or other punishment. In addition, there may be other responsible parties (landlord, property owner, security company) that may also be subject to a civil suit by the victim for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages, whether the criminal is caught or not.
People are injured every day by faulty products. An automobile accident may have been caused by faulty brakes or signals; an electrical appliance may catch on fire; a child may choke on a loose part on a toy. Finding the responsible party and proving that the product was unsafe is one of the jobs of an injury lawyer.
When you hire an injury lawyer you are creating a relationship that may last for weeks, months, or even years. You need someone who can treat you with compassion, listen to your concerns, and work with you. You also need someone who is willing and able to go to court to protect your rights if necessary. You can talk to an attorney at Brooks Injury Law that is passionate about helping injured people get the compensation they deserve.