Macon Personal Injury Lawyers
Advocating for the Rights of Macon Residents
Although most people usually don’t intend to injure others, accidents happen. Unfortunately, accidents can also be expensive. The cost of health care by itself can turn an accidental injury into a potentially life-changing event. Fortunately, the law holds people responsible for the injuries they wrongfully or negligently caused others.
To better understand the full extent of your legal rights when it comes to your personal injury claims, you should retain the services of an experienced Macon personal injury attorney. At Cooper, Barton & Cooper, we provide a wide range of legal services, including personal injury representation. Our team of attorneys has more than 30 years of collective legal experience, so you can rest assured that your needs and interests are represented by a confident, capable, and committed legal advocate.
You May Be Entitled to a Legal Remedy
In general, people owe a duty to use reasonable care to avoid harming others. This general duty is legally recognized by courts throughout the country, including Florida. When someone breaches that duty and injuries another person, they are legally responsible for compensating the injured party for the losses they sustained as a result. It would be unjust if someone had to bear the responsibility of physically, emotionally, and financially recovering from an injury that was someone else’s fault.
Types of Personal Injury Cases
We can help you recover damages for the following:
The harm someone suffers from another person’s injurious conduct isn’t limited to physical injuries. In personal injury cases, people are often subjected to financial, psychological, and societal losses. The law recognizes that injured victims of another person’s wrongful or negligent behavior should be compensated for the losses resulting from their injuries. Legal compensation for your losses are known as damages.
Types of Damages You May Be Compensated For
In personal injury cases, the at-fault party may be responsible for compensating their victims for the following losses:
- The costs of medical treatment
- Lost earnings from missing working
- Pain and suffering
- Psychological or emotional harms
- The costs of litigation
What is the Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims in Georgia?
A statute of limitation is a legal time limit on how long you have to bring your claim to court. In the state of Georgia, you have two years from the date of your accident to file you personal injury lawsuit.
Fortunately, our legal team at Cooper, Barton & Cooper has the legal experience and knowledge to help you recover the legal remedy to which you are entitled under the law. Whether you were negligently injured on the road, during a medical procedure, or from an unreasonably dangerous product, we will help you navigate our civil justice system so you can be made whole again.
You Deserve Quality Legal Representation
If you’ve been injured because of the careless or wrongful actions of another person, organization, or business entity, you might qualify for legal recompense regarding your injuries. However, it is difficult to determine the full extent of your rights unless without the advice of a Macon personal injury attorney. At Cooper, Barton & Cooper, we are dedicated to protecting and preserving your legal rights. You can count on us to provide you with comprehensive legal representation that genuinely considers your personal needs and the unique circumstances of your case.