Moving vans come in and out of Athens frequently every week. As such, moving van drivers need to ensure that they drive with a strong duty of care for others. Breaching that duty of care can lead to disastrous accidents occurring.
If you’ve been in a moving van accident and need help filing a claim, please give the moving van accident lawyers at John Foy & Associates a call today. We can help you get started building a solid case so you can win your settlement. You can reach us at (404) 400-4000 24/7.
Why Should I Contact One of Your Moving Van Accident Lawyers?
Our moving van accident attorneys can help you in several different ways. We do more than just give you legal advice. We can make the critical difference between getting a low settlement and the one you truly deserve.
Gathering and Organizing Critical Evidence
When an accident occurs, you will need to collect evidence that allows you to prove your damages in court or during negotiations. Remember, the state operates under the comparative fault rule outlined in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) §51-12-33. This means that you need to show that you were less than 50% responsible for your accident or else you won’t be able to file a claim.
Even though the law in Georgia entitles you to file a claim, that doesn’t give you any guarantee you’ll win a settlement. Winning a settlement is much more than just filing paperwork. You need to collect evidence that supports your claim. Our attorneys can help you get and organize all of the evidence related to your accident so you can win compensation easier.
Handling All Communications for You
After an accident, there is a high chance that an insurance adjuster will come to talk to you regarding your accident. You shouldn’t ever speak to anyone from the insurance company unless you have legal representation first. The reason why they’re trying to speak to you is to get you to incriminate yourself for the accident or trick you into admitting fault.
Our moving van accident attorneys will handle all of your communications for you. This isn’t to silence you; it’s to ensure that your words, writings, or actions don’t negatively impact your chances of receiving compensation.
Consulting with Experts
We can consult with various experts to provide supporting testimony to your claim. For example, moving van accidents can often happen so suddenly that it becomes hard to tell who was indeed at fault. We can request the help of an accident reconstruction expert that utilizes forensic science to determine how exactly your accident went down.
The testimony an expert can provide can make the difference between a weak case and a strong one. When you retain one of our attorneys, we will strengthen your claim significantly by working with several experts in various fields.
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When Should I Contact an Attorney for My Moving Van Accident?
You should contact an attorney as soon as possible. Moving van accident claims are extremely time-sensitive, so the longer you wait, the harder it becomes to win your settlement. Key evidence that supports your claim isn’t going to last forever, so it’s essential that you get strong legal representation quickly.
The statute of limitations in Georgia only gives you two years to file your claim from the date of your accident. Two years is plenty of time to get started, but only if you start early. Waiting until the last minute to file your claim will only reduce your chances of getting adequately compensated for your damages.
Our Lawyers at John Foy & Associates Have Recovered Over $1 Billion for Our Clients
Our case results show that we have won over $1 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients over the last two decades. We always put our clients’ success above anything else and have fought hard to get them the settlements they needed to recover and move forward with their lives.
We stay true to our dedication to our clients, and we won’t hesitate to go to trial if negotiations fall through. You don’t have to pay us anything unless we win compensation for your claim. There are no upfront or hidden fees when you reach out to us.
Call Us Today to Get Started
You can receive your free initial consultation and case review when you reach out to our law office online or over the phone at (404) 400-4000. There is no risk or obligation when you contact us. We are available 24/7 to help you set up an appointment today.