Suffering a severe personal injury is a harrowing experience. You deserve compensation if the injury was caused by someone else’s negligence. An experienced personal injury attorney like Laurie Robbins tirelessly pursues justice on your behalf. Choosing the right attorney can feel bewildering, especially in a city that has as many available lawyers as Atlanta does. Here are a few ways to begin your search:
Is there a free consultation? You want to know what your options are without any obligations to move forward with a case. Ms. Robbins provides a complimentary, confidential case review and consultation. After listening to the details of your situation, she will let you know what your options are for pursuing maximum compensation. Ms. Robbins empowers you to make informed choices about what you want to do next.
How much will the attorney’s fee be? Part of your selection process should include getting an idea of what to expect. Does the attorney offer contingency fees, which means they don’t get paid unless you get paid? Get an idea of these things ahead of time.
Does the attorney handle cases like mine? You definitely want to select an attorney who focuses their practice on personal injury law. Find out what percentage of their time is devoted to these types of cases. Ms. Robbins is a passionate advocate for people who have been injured because of someone else’s negligence. Ms. Robbins has a history of successful verdicts and settlements, and she will not stop working for you until the best possible results have been obtained.
In a personal injury case handled by Ms. Robbins, she fights to recover compensation for every last dollar you are due. Compensatory damages in successful cases may include lost wages, pain and suffering, medical expenses and more. These claims are an essential means of holding responsible parties accountable for the catastrophic, life-altering injuries caused.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious personal injury in Atlanta, GA, please call Robbins Law, PC, at 404-252-8117. We look forward to meeting you and learning more about the incident that led to your injury.