Boating injuries can occur due to the negligence of other boaters or failure to adhere to maritime boating rules.
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Boating injuries can occur due to the negligence of other boaters or failure to adhere to maritime boating rules.If you’ve been injured, you have rights. Hold the negligent party responsible by seeking compensation.
At M. Austin Jackson Attorney at Law, our Augusta boating accident attorneys employ our vast knowledge of personal injury law to help you seek reparations if you or a loved one have been injured in an accident.
Boating accidents occur for a number of reasons. These include:
In any of these cases, it is important that you seek the help of an experienced Augusta personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
Too many injury victims feel that legal action is out of the question due to the legal fees they expect to accumulate. Many are already facing substantial financial burdens due to their accident and hiring legal counsel may seem out of the question.
At M. Austin Jackson, Attorney at Law, we are well-versed with the expenses and concerns injury victims face in the wake of their accident. That is why we often work on contingency fees. That means we charge our clients nothing until we secure them a financial recovery. That way, any injury victim can have access to experienced, vigilant counsel to pursue the relief they know they deserve during this difficult time.
While Georgia law does not require you to hire a personal injury lawyer, doing so may be in your best interest.
That’s because most personal injury claims are filed against an insurance company — a large and powerful corporation that will work very hard to pay you as little money as possible.
Far from the promises they make in their TV commercials, insurers exist to make themselves a profit — not to be your neighbor, friend, or a helping hand.
Taking on an insurance company by yourself can be a real challenge. Insurance adjustors are specially trained in the art of reducing the company’s financial liability whenever possible. Additionally, they have extensive resources and entire legal teams to support them.
By hiring an Augusta personal injury lawyer, you can level the playing field. In fact, insurance companies may view your claim differently the moment you hire a lawyer. After all, their best hope is to make your claim go away as quickly as possible (and for the smallest amount of money possible). The last thing they want is a costly trial, especially if they believe they might lose. Your lawyer can be helpful in persuading the insurer that reaching a fair settlement is in everyone’s best interest.
In a perfect world, insurance companies would always do the right thing, and they would always take accident victims seriously whether they hire a lawyer or not. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.
No two cases are quite alike. The amount of financial compensation available in your claim will depend on a number of factors, including (but not limited to):
We understand, however, that your potential for financial recovery is an important part of your decision about whether to take legal action. We also understand how important that money is to you and your family — you’ve suffered real losses, you may have missed work, you have bills to pay, and so on.
While no one can promise specific results in advance, what we can offer you is a free, no-obligation consultation with our Augusta personal injury lawyer. Call us or contact us online, tell us about your situation, and we can help you learn more about the damages you might be entitled to.
We can also tell you how much money people with similar claims have recovered in Georgia in the past.
In some cases, you may be entitled to much more money than you realize. For that reason, it is important to discuss your claim closely (and confidentially) with an experienced attorney before making any decisions about your legal rights.