Flowery Branch Personal Injury
The quaint City of Flowery Branch is considered to be part of the Gainesville Community in Hall County. Because the community is bisected by Interstate 985, many Flowery Branch auto accidents happen on the freeway. However, surface street auto wrecks happen every day as well. Many fender-benders are minor, resulting in no injuries, but serious accidents have occurred on both the highway and surface streets. Streets such as McEver Road, Thurman Tanner Parkway, Falcon Parkway, Cash Road, Hog Mountain Road, Sprout Springs Road, and Phil Niekro Boulevard. If you have been injured in an accident, we can help. We offer complimentary consultations to accident victims throughout North Georgia.Obtaining an Accident Report Following a Car Wreck
The City of Flowery Branch has its own City police department located on Railroad Avenue. Accident victims can request a copy of their vehicle accident report by filling out and submitting the form under “police services” that is located on the City of Flowery Branch web site. Report requests can be submitted via fax or email. The cost of the report is $5.00. You may request and bring a copy of your accident report to our office, or we can request a copy on your behalf.Proving Who's at Fault After a Vehicle Collision
People who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence are entitled to fair compensation. Establishing negligence most often happens when the Hall County police officer or Georgia State Trooper fills out the accident report. If clear liability cannot be established at that time, sometimes accident reconstruction experts are called in. The police departments have experts in the field, and so do the best personal injury law firms. The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens has over twenty years of experience helping accident victims establish negligence and recover payment for their property damage, medical expenses, lost wages and, other compensable things such as loss of future enjoyment of life.What is Negligence?
Negligence is the term that is used to describe whether a defendant failed to operate in a way that was “reasonably careful”, therefore causing injury or death of another person. Reasonably careful is also sometimes called “standard of care.” Failure to meet a standard of care is also referred to as a “breach of duty.” You must also prove that you suffered financial loss as a result of the negligent party’s actions. Lawyers specializing in personal injury law are experts at establishing negligence, even in cases where witnesses were not present.Meet With a Top-Rated Car Accident Lawyer Serving Flowery Branch
If you were injured in a local car accident, give us a call. We have five North Georgia offices to serve you, but we accommodate our clients’ needs by making home, work and even hospital visits. Most of our Hall County accident victims are transported to the Northeast Georgia Medical Centers in Gainesville or Braselton, but we meet potential clients throughout the State. Contact us today for a complimentary case evaluation.