According to a 2019 overview from the National Safety Council (NSC), motor vehicle damages reached over $463 billion in America that year. Unfortunately, property damages are one of the most expensive costs to recover after a crash, and it can be an uphill battle trying to secure a fair payout from the liable party. But …
Nobody wants to deal with damaged property. Proving fault and negotiating with your insurance company can be a hassle. What do you do when something you own is damaged in an accident?
Just because you haven't been injured in an accident doesn't mean you aren't affected. Damage to your car or your belongings can mean major expenses. If someone was at fault for the damage, then you might be eligible for compensation.
And while your coverage means your insurance company may help you pay off your damages, the claim process can be complicated.
A Georgia lawyer can save you time by helping you to iron out your claim and assessing your insurance policy. Get an accident attorney from John Foy & Associates on your side. Our property damage lawyers have been helping Georgians for over 20 years.
We can help you prove who was at fault and get you the money you need for repair and replacements. Read frequently asked questions about property damage to understand more about your case. Contact us at (404) 400-4000 for a free consultation with an accident attorney.