Chamblee, Georgia Auto Accident
These days, it doesn't take much for an auto accident to happen. There are many reasons why accidents and injury occur on our roads and highways. For example, there are truck drivers who are trying to get from one place to another on a schedule. There are car drivers trying to get to work on time or motor vehicle drivers who simply are distracted by a phone call or text or are driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. When one of these drivers hits your vehicle and causes you harm. Whether that injury is severe or less severe, you are suffering and possibly your family members are as well. If you had passengers in your vehicle they might also be hurt. These are serious situations that need legal attention because the law protects you from bearing the burden after someone else is at fault for causing the harm or injury to you or a family member.
How can you get the help you need if a car or auto accident occurs? Making one simple phone call for help from the lawyers at Scholle Law is a very important step to preserving your legal rights. You do not want to wait. Waiting means that important evidence could be lost. Witnesses might need to be interviewed and / or evidence on the other vehicle or vehicles involved might not have been preserved. Failing to ensure that all the facts and evidence are preserved as close as possible to the day your accident happened, is actually very very important for your legal case. Presenting this evidence to an insurance carrier, to a judge or to a jury, requires its preservation as soon as possible. Getting an attorney involved quickly is critically important. Do not think that you must suffer with your injuries on your own. Pick up the phone and contact our law firm for that first key step to recovery.
To make sure you are doing everything you can to get fair compensation for your serious personal injury after an auto accident, contact Scholle Law today to get your free consultation regarding your potential case. You can reach us at 770-717-5100 or toll free at 866-972-5287.