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Injury Attorney in Loganville & Athens

When a law firm truly cares about its clients, it will show. It will show through satisfied clients, community involvement and a genuine drive to provide well-rounded service.

The Attorneys at The Larrison Law Firm in Loganville and Athens believe in using our talents to contribute to the greater good. When one of our neighbors needs help, we are here to provide the compassionate, ethical and respectful legal guidance he or she deserves. We know that dealing with a legal issue is stressful because most of us have been through it before, too. We do everything we can to carry the burden for you because to us, you are family.

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Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal injury law is designed to compensate those who have suffered an injury by the negligence of others for the physical, financial, and emotional losses they experience. Moving forward after being harmed by someone else’s wrongdoing can be exceptionally difficult, but a skilled Georgia personal injury lawyer can help.

At The Larrison Law Firm Auto Accident and Personal Injury Attorneys, Brady M. Larrison utilizes his experience helping victims in pursuing justice and compensation for them. Let us work for you. If you’ve been injured by another’s negligence, call our firm at 770-626-7895 or contact us online.

Personal Injury Claims We Handle

Every personal injury claim is predicated on the circumstances involved, and while they come in different varieties, some of the most common categories include:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Medical malpractice

The Elements of Personal Injury Claims in Georgia

To bring a successful personal injury claim in which you are compensated for the legal damages – or losses – you experience, each of the following elements must be present:

  • The other party had a responsibility for your safety, which is known as owing you a duty of care. For example, motorists owe one another a critical duty of care that includes driving safely.
  • The other party did not live up to the duty of care that was owed to you.
  • As a result of the other party’s breached duty of care, you were harmed.
  • You suffered legal damages, which refer to losses that are covered by personal injury law.

Your Covered Losses

If you are harmed by someone else’s wrongdoing, the resulting losses that you can seek compensation for through your personal injury claim are generally grouped into several basic categories.

Property damage

Property damage refers to losses such as damage to your vehicle – and the contents of your vehicle – in a traffic accident.

Medical costs

The medical expenses that you face as a result of even a relatively minor personal injury claim can be considerable, and if you suffer an injury more seriously, these costs can become overwhelming. Common categories of medical expenses include:

  • Emergency treatment and transportation
  • Surgery and post-op care
  • Hospital stays and care
  • Treatment and care from medical professionals, including specialists
  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and rehab
  • Medical tests, treatments, and procedures
  • Prescription medications
  • Adaptive healthcare equipment

If your injuries are serious, develop complications, or lead to secondary health issues, your medical expenses can stretch into your future with no end in sight.

Lost income

Even a moderate injury can keep you off the job for a considerable stretch, and the related lost income can be a serious financial challenge. The matter is that much worse if your earning potential is impeded or you face a thwarted career trajectory. It’s also important to consider the emotional investment most of us make in our careers, which can take a considerable hit.

Physical and emotional pain and suffering

While the pain and suffering you endure as a result of someone else’s negligence are all too real, it is generally much more difficult to quantify and assign a value. These psychological damages can hamper your physical recovery and can be especially challenging stumbling blocks. Common examples include:

  • Accident flashbacks
  • Severe mood swings
  • Increased anxiety that can include panic attacks
  • Strained personal relationships, including a tendency to self-isolate
  • Fear of getting back behind the wheel – after a traffic accident
  • Emotional lability
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Sleep disturbances that can include insomnia, nightmares, or both

Addressing your emotional losses head-on is an important step in the healing process.

The Insurance Company Covering Your Injury Claim

Most personal injury claims are filed with the at-fault party’s appropriate insurance provider, such as their car insurance provider. The insurance company is obviously paid for specifically this purpose, but it is also profit-driven, which means it will likely do what it can to limit your settlement to the degree possible.

Some of the most common techniques for doing so include:

  • Denying claims early in the process as a means of offloading frustrated claimants
  • Offering early settlements that, although they are woefully inadequate, appeal to desperate claimants who are facing an avalanche of related expenses
  • Twisting the matter of negligence in an effort to focus on claimants rather than on policyholders
  • Casting doubt regarding the extent of claimants’ covered losses
  • Dragging out or overcomplicating the claims process

Before signing on the dotted line and accepting the first settlement offer – or accepting the insurance company’s attempts to keep your settlement artificially low – reach out to a dedicated Georgia personal injury lawyer for the professional legal guidance you need.

Why Choose Brady M. Larrison as Your Injury Attorney?

Brady Larrison, owner of The Larrison Law Firm, boasts over twelve years’ experience as a plaintiff’s attorney. A University of Mississippi School of Law graduate, he excelled on the moot court team, honing litigation skills through mock trials against nationally ranked law schools.

Licensed in Georgia, Brady focuses on personal injury cases, particularly auto accidents causing serious bodily injury.With prior experience in workers’ compensation and Social Security disability, he’s an active member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association and a recognized leader in local bar associations.

Elected to the GTLA LEAD Class, Brady is a five-time Super Lawyers Rising Star. Beyond law, he contributed to community outreach and served on the Board of the Student Success Alliance in Walton County.

Reach Out to an Experienced Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer Today

Brady M. Larrison is a trusted personal injury lawyer in Georgia who recognizes how difficult being laid low by someone else’s negligence can be, and our team makes it our mission to skillfully advocate for the just compensation you are entitled to.

We are here for you. Please contact us online or call us at 770-626-7895 for more information about what we can do to help today.

Personal Injury Case FAQs

What are examples of personal injuries?

Personal injuries encompass a wide range of physical, emotional, or psychological harm caused by the intentional actions or negligence of another party.

How much is a personal injury case worth in Georgia?

The exact value of a personal injury case in Georgia depends on several factors including the circumstances surrounding the incident and the resulting damages. Some of the key factors that can impact the value of a personal injury case include the extent of your injuries, the amount of insurance coverage available, and the percentage of negligence shared amongst the liable parties.
The best way to get an accurate estimate of the value of your case is to consult an experienced Georgia personal injury lawyer.

How do I determine if I have a valid personal injury case in Georgia?

There are some general criteria used by a Georgia personal injury attorney that can help you assess whether you have a case, including:
Was there a physical and/or emotional injury suffered?

  • Did the at-fault party have a duty of care toward you that was breached?
  • Is there a direct link between the breach of duty and your injuries?
  • Are there measurable damages?

Call us at 770-554-8100 for a free consultation.


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