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Recovering From A Distracted Driving Accident

When a distracted driver causes you to suffer catastrophic injuries in an accident, the consequences for you can last a lifetime. When your injuries change the way you and your loved ones live, it is only right that the liable party is held responsible for the costs of your losses and recovery. Unfortunately, holding them accountable is not as always as easy as it should be.

At Dodd & Burnham, our Georgia attorneys know the hardships of a serious personal injury and understand how to pursue the full and fair compensation you deserve. We are determined to get the results and compensation you can count on for years to come — and we have the legal knowledge, skill and dedication necessary to develop a personalized representation plan for your needs.

What Your Claim Is Worth

In too many cases, an insurance company will offer a lowball settlement to a victim before lawyers get involved. Accepting this kind of offer leaves money on the table in your case. Our goal for you is to review all the details of your case and negotiate full compensation for your injuries so that the settlement you earn covers current and future costs like:

  • Lost income
  • Medical expenses
  • Renovation or relocation costs
  • Physical and emotional therapy
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of life enjoyment
  • Pain and suffering

While negotiations can often produce a faster resolution in your case, we are also prepared to fight for you in court through litigation. Whether the driver who hit you was distracted by their phone, GPS, food or anything else, we are ready to stand by your side while we fight for the outcome you deserve in your case.

Leave Your Claim To Us

You should not have to juggle the difficulties of your claim while also managing your health. Instead, let us act on your behalf in your case so you can prioritize your medical recovery. Call our office in Valdosta at 229-474-3609 or email us here to schedule your free initial consultation today.