Types of Rockdale Personal Injury Cases
At MG Law, we handle many different types of personal injury cases for clients in Rockland County, Georgia, including but not limited to:
- Car accidents;
- Trucking accidents;
- Pedestrian accidents;
- Motorcycle accidents;
- Uninsured motorist cases;
- DUI crashes;
- Slip and fall accidents and other premises liability lawsuits;
- Workplace accidents and injuries;
- Medical malpractice;
- Product liability claims;
- Professional malpractice cases;
- Dog bite injuries; and
- Wrongful death.
Once you have been injured, it is important to get started on your case with a Rockdale County personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Georgia law has a statute of limitations for personal injury claims, which is the time period in which a plaintiff is allowed to initiate a lawsuit. The Georgia personal injury statute of limitations (O.C.G.A. § 9-3-33) is two years from the date of the injury for most cases. As such, a plaintiff needs to file a claim within two years from the date of her injury, or else the plaintiff may be barred from filing a civil lawsuit.
The statute of limitations is longer for claims involving loss of consortium, in which case the statute of limitations is four years.
If you or someone you love recently sustained a serious injury, you should learn more about filing a claim for compensation. A dedicated Rockland County personal injury lawyer at our firm can begin working on your case today.
Request a Free Consultation with a Rockdale County Injury Attorney
If you recently sustained serious injuries, you may be eligible to seek compensation by filing a personal injury claim. An aggressive Rockdale County personal injury attorney can examine the facts of your case and discuss your options for moving forward with your claim. Contact MG law online for a free consultation or request your free consultation by calling us at (770) 766-0935.