Frequently Asked Questions - Leibel Law | Personal Injury Lawyer FAQ's

Personal Injury Lawyer FAQ's

  • It’s impossible to determine how much your case is worth without a consultation. Once you come to the office, an experienced personal injury lawyer will be able to review your case and give you an idea of how much your claim may be worth.

  • Damages refer to monetary payments made to injury or accident victims by the person or company responsible for the accident, condition, or act of negligence that led to the injury.

  • Victims of personal injury accidents are typically able to recover damages for their medical bills, future medical expenses, rehabilitation, adaptive equipment, medication, lost wages, future lost wages, emotional distress, decreased quality of life, and pain and suffering.

  • In the state of Georgia, victims of personal injury accidents usually only have two years from the date of the accident or injury to file a lawsuit against the person responsible for their injuries or condition. However, this rule is not absolute, and for that reason, it’s best to consult an experienced attorney as soon after your accident as possible.

  • At Leibel Law, we work on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t charge a fee unless we successfully recover damages. No recovery, no fee.

  • We accept cases involving auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, premises liability, traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, nursing home negligence, products liability, medical malpractice, swimming pool accidents, and day care injuries.

  • Legally speaking, negligence refers to carelessness, recklessness, or the failure to adhere to the accepted standard of care.