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Why You Need a Marietta Auto Attorney After a Motorcycle Accident Amputation Injury


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7/22/2011
Dover Law Firm
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Motorcycle accident amputation injuries are expensive, painful, and life changing. Thus, they are among the types of accident injuries that result in the greatest amount of damages. Insurance companies don't like that. In fact, insurance companies often fight against the full and just recovery for motorcycle accident amputees.

While that might seem discouraging, you do not need to accept what the insurance company is saying. You have the right to contact a Marietta auto attorney and to fight for your just recovery.

When you hire a Marietta accident attorney to represent you, you are hiring someone who:
  • Is compassionate and wants to help you recover what is rightfully yours.
  • Understands the types of damages, and the amount of damages, to which you are entitled.
  • Can anticipate the insurance company's arguments and protect your rights. For more information about this, please read our free report: Typical Insurance Company Tactics.
  • Will zealously represent you in settlement negotiations and at trial, if necessary.

An amputation injury is life changing. While, a Marietta auto lawyer doesn't have the ability to undo the harm that has been done to you, a Marietta accident lawyer can help you recover all of the damages that you need to make the physical and emotional recovery that you deserve.

For more information about how a Marietta motorcycle attorney may be able to help you, please call 1.770.518.1133 for a free consultation.

To Find Out More About Motorcycle Accident Amputation Injuries, Please Read Our Free Library Article: Potential Damages After a Georgia Motorcycle Accident Amputation - and How to Recover Them.


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