The value of a claim is based on many different factors that depend on the circumstances of your case. First and foremost, there must be negligence. That is, the at-fault driver must have driven in a way that a normal and carefully prudent driver would not have driven in the same situation.
When you get into a car accident, no matter how big or small, you have a certain amount of time to pursue a claim. This principle is called the Statute of Limitations. There are different statutes for every state and type of law, but let’s talk about how these relate to personal injury in Georgia.
Personal injury victims who’ve sustained closed head injuries may suffer long term impairments. Beyond the initial physical trauma to the brain, there is a pervasive risk of neuropsychological dysfunction. These effects range from temporary to permanent, depending on the part of the brain affected.
Many Americans are without health insurance, and therefore prescription drug coverage. Whatever the reason, necessary medications can become a staggering cost. While those with chronic health problems are deeply affected by high retail prices, so are many victims of recent personal injury.