Motor Vehicle Accidents
If you have been involved in a car accident, your insurance policy may provide you with certain rights and coverage that will help to cover the costs and expenses of a wreck.
Rear-end collisions are some of the most common types of auto accidents. While these are often minor fender benders in traffic, a rear-end collision can be devastating, resulting in serious injuries and disability to those in the car.
Representation Following Rear-End Collisions — Atlanta Attorneys On Your Side
At The Law Office of Gilbert M. Taylor, LLC, we zealously advocate on behalf of the victims of rear-end collisions. These victims often suffer trauma in the accident, including severe whiplash, concussion, broken bones, back injuries and spinal injuries. We fight to ensure that your medical costs are covered and that you are provided the settlement you deserve for the rear-end collision.
If you have been injured in a rear-end accident, contact us for a free initial consultation to learn your rights. Call our Gwinnett County, Georgia, law office at 844-288-6222. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis.
It is not uncommon for the negligent driver’s insurance company to fight liability in rear-end collisions, claiming that you were partially to blame in an attempt to avoid paying you the compensation that you deserve.
Our lawyers are prepared to fight on your behalf. We work with forensic experts, witnesses and all available evidence to prove that the driver who hit you was to blame. If necessary, we will take the case to court to recover the compensation that you are entitled to.
While all of the legal proceedings sort out, you cannot wait to get the medical treatment and attention that you need for the injuries you suffered. Our firm will front the cost of treatment for you so that you can focus on recovering while we carry the load of recovering benefits for you. These costs will be included in the amount that we seek against the responsible driver.
If you have been hurt in a rear-end collision, please call us today.