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Cherokee County Car Accident Attorneys

The population in Cherokee County and surrounding areas is skyrocketing.  This means that there are more drivers on our roads, in our neighborhoods, an on our highways.  As a result, there will be more car accidents and negligent drivers than ever before.  Many people injured in car accidents are unaware of the full value of their accident cases. If you or a loved one has been injured, you should always seek immediate medical attention and consult a personal injury attorney with substantial knowledge and litigation experience. Our attorneys live in the same community as you do, and we are here to help you navigate the legal issues surrounding your case.  Here is our guarantee: your case will be given personal attention and we will fight to ensure that all your rights are upheld.

Our team knows car accident cases. Our office is located in Cherokee County, our kids go to the same schools as your kids go to, and we are proud to serve the community where we live. We will manage all aspects of your case with compassion, care, and we will stay in constant contact with you.  At our law firm, you will be given the personal touch and we always treat you like family.

How to Determine the Value of Your Case

There is no way for us to fully compensate you for the physical pain that you are feeling or the emotional trauma that you now must endure because of another’s negligence.  Our job is to do everything that we can to ensure that you are financially compensated for your your suffering and your trauma.  Placing an exact dollar amount on your case can be difficult because every case is different. A significant aspect of determining the compensation to pursue in your personal injury lawsuit is accurately estimating what a jury would be likely to award given your circumstances and case.

In general, there are three areas of recovery that are the foundation for the basis of your case value:

  1. Past and future medical expenses
  2. Lost wages and loss of earning capacity
  3. Pain and suffering (psychological and emotional damage)

The following factors will have an impact on these three areas:

  • Recoveries achieved in similar accident injury cases in your jurisdiction
  • The severity of your specific injuries and other losses
  • Property damage
  • Insurance limits
  • Any fault you may have in the incident
  • Case evidence and details
  • Your employment history
  • Your future ability to work
  • Your past and future medical treatments and tests
  • Whether surgery was required
  • Whether a physician has approved claimed future medical care and treatment to a reasonable degree of medical probability
  • Your lifestyle
  • Your litigation history
  • Your life expectancy

Your physical and mental state will also be determining factors in your case. Whether your condition has improved or declined since the accident will be considered in evaluating your future needs and life expectancy.

Here at Capovilla & Williams we will fight for your rights.  We treat you like family and, as Soldiers, we will not stop until we have done everything that we can for you.  Call our firm at 404-496-7674.  All initial consultations are free, and we pursue all cases that we handle on a contingency fee basis.  We only get paid if YOU GET PAID.