Seriously injured at work or in an accident in Georgia?
Learn what to do next and what to expect when seeking compensation.
Accidents happen all the time, usually when you least expect them. The thing about “accidents” is that they often could have been avoided were it not for the negligence of another person or company. In the case of a serious accident, those responsible can be held financially liable for an accident victim’s injuries and property damage.
In Macon, Albany, Warner Robins and throughout the state of Georgia, accident victims can seek compensation from at-fault individuals via a personal injury accident. Likewise, injured workers can obtain workers’ compensation and Social Security disability benefits regardless of who’s fault the incident was.
If you or a loved one were recently injured, it may be necessary to file a personal injury lawsuit or workers’ compensation claim.
Lawsuits are often time consuming, expensive and complicated. In addition to focusing on your physical and emotional recovery, you may now be facing the financial impact of a serious injury — from medical bills piling up to not being able to work.
The good news is that financial recovery is possible — and you don’t have to do it alone. Here at the law firm of Westmoreland, Patterson, Moseley & Hinson, our Macon injury lawyers are here to help. In addition to offering a free consultation to discuss your case, we’ve created this comprehensive accident guide to inform you about your rights and responsibilities under Georgia injury law.
Browse the articles and resources below to learn more about your case and what to expect.
Personal Injury Law
- 3 Things You Need to Know About Pursuing a Personal Injury Case
- Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Law
- How to choose the best personal injury lawyer in Macon, Georgia
- Pain and suffering damages in Georgia
- Damages available in a personal injury lawsuit
- Georgia statute of limitations
- Georgia negligence, liability and fault laws
- Phases of a Georgia personal injury lawsuit
- 5 tips for driving in winter conditions in Georgia
- How to handle the aftermath of a car accident in Georgia
- Understanding the risk drowsy drivers pose on Georgia roads
- What damages can people seek following auto accidents in Georgia?
- How strict is Georgia on drunk driving?
- The prevalence of traumatic brain injuries in car accident cases
- Causation and liability following a multi-vehicle accident in Georgia
- Wrong-way accidents: more rare, more fatal
- Common car accident injuries
- How to obtain a car accident police report
- What compensation can you get after a car accident
- Georgia car accident liability & fault laws
- Car accident without insurance
- Car accident with a government vehicle
- Georgia traffic safety: Sharing the road with heavy trucks
- The Benefits of Having EOBRs in Trucks
- Proving a truck driver was at fault for an accident
- What to do after a truck accident in Georgia
- How to deal with insurers after a truck accident
- How to choose the best truck accident lawyer
- How to prove fault in a Georgia truck accident
- Common causes of truck accidents
- Motorcycle safety tips (for drivers and motorcyclists)
- How motorcycle wrecks differ from car accidents
- Common motorcycle crash injuries
- Georgia motorcycle laws
- Common causes of motorcycle accidents
- Swimming pools and injuries: Who is liable?
- Trampolines and injury: Are there legal remedies?
- Dog bits and animal attacks
- Georgia premises liability law
- Negligent security and premises liability
- How to win your slip and fall case
- Landlord liability for injured tenants
- Premises liability FAQs
Dangerous & Defective Products
- Georgia product liability lawsuit damages
- Types of product defects
- Georgia product liability and defective product law
- Strict liability for product manufacturers
- Product liability FAQs
Nursing Home Abuse
- Signs of nursing home neglect and abuse
- Types of nursing home abuse
- How to file a complaint against a nursing home
- Nursing home wrongful death cases
- Nursing home lawsuit FAQs
- What happens after a burn injury?
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Amputation, disfigurement & scarring
- What makes an injury “catastrophic”?
Workplace Accidents & Workers’ Compensation
- The Danger of Working with Electricity
- How to file a workers’ compensation claim in Macon, GA
- Georgia workers’ compensation laws & requirements
- Georgia workers’ compensation benefits
- Why workers’ compensation claims are denied
- How to appeal a workers’ compensation denial
- Compensation for agriculture workers
- Compensation for automotive workers
- Compensation for industrial workers
- Compensation for construction workers
- Compensation for independent contractors & freelancers
- Workers’ compensation mistakes to avoid
- Georgia workers’ compensation FAQs
Social Security & Disability
- Who qualifies for Social Security benefits?
- Reasons why Social Security claims are denied
- How to file for disability in Georgia
- List of Social Security offices in Georgia
- Georgia short-term disability and state law
- Requirements of a Georgia wrongful death claim
- How to prove wrongful death
- How to file a wrongful death lawsuit
- Georgia wrongful death damages
- Who can sue for wrongful death in Georgia?
- How to find the best wrongful death lawyer near you
Still have questions? Get answers now.
Every case is unique, including yours. The only way to truly know if you have a legitimate claim and how much it’s worth is to meet with a knowledgeable attorney near you to discuss the details of your personal injury, motor vehicle accident, workers’ compensation, Social Security disability or employee benefits case.
If you or someone you love has been hurt, contact us to arrange your free initial consultation. Call our office or complete the online form. With offices conveniently located in Macon, Albany and Warner Robins, we help clients statewide in Georgia and throughout the Southeast. You will owe no fees unless we recover compensation for you. That’s our No Fee Guarantee.
Call us toll-free at 888-469-4173 or contact us online.