At 770 GOOD LAW, you will ALWAYS TAKE HOME MORE MONEY than our fees at settlement. This promise is written in our contracts with each client. Some firms will take their FULL fees, no matter what, pay the doctors and leave you with little or nothing in your pocket.
At 770 GOOD LAW, if you are not 100% SATISFIED with our services during the first 30 days, we will give you your file back WITHOUT ANY CHARGES. This is also written in our contract with each client, unlike other firms that charge you if you change your mind.
If liability is clear, we at 770 GOOD LAW will coordinate YOUR RENTAL AND THE REPAIR OF YOUR VEHICLE FOR FREE. Again, this promise is written in our contract with every client. Some firms will charge you $399 or more to coordinate your rental and repair.
We provide every client CONTINUOUS COMMUNICATION with his/her team of case managers, paralegals, attorneys and their personal Client Advocate via a group text. This acts as our communication portal for each client so that your questions and concerns are answered ASAP. Some firms will ignore you and your calls!
Ways that a Personal Injury May Occur
Whenever a person places their personal safety into the hands of others, they open themselves up to the possibility of a personal injury. In other words, a personal injury can happen at almost any time and under almost any circumstances—and unfortunately, is much more common than might be expected.
Regardless of the nature of the claim, though, an injured plaintiff must prove that a defendant’s action or lack of action was negligent, and that their behavior directly caused injuries to the plaintiff. The defendant could be an individual person, a property owner or manager, a larger entity such as a trucking or bus company, or even a municipal government authority.
A Norcross personal injury lawyer could work to gather evidence of defendant fault and pursue full and fair compensation on a plaintiff’s behalf. It should be noted, however, that under Official Code of Georgia §9-3-33, most plaintiffs have only two years from the date of their injury to file suit before the applicable statute of limitations expires and they are forever barred from filing.