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Understanding Your Legal Rights When You Are Injured

Accidents can happen anywhere — on the road, in a grocery store or at work. Often these accidents happen because someone was negligent. When you or someone you love has suffered injuries in a sudden accident, you have legal rights. You need to understand these rights because insurance companies, employers and others often wrongfully deny or minimize claims of injuries and wrongful death.

At Margaret Gettle Washburn, P.C., our skilled lawyers are familiar with these tactics and prepared to stand up to them to protect your legal interests. Led by Margaret Gettle Washburn, an accomplished attorney with over 35 years of experience, our firm has achieved positive results, both in settlements and verdicts, for clients in numerous personal injury and wrongful death actions. We are here to fight aggressively on your behalf to receive the fair and appropriate compensation that you deserve for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

Don’t Face Insurance Companies On Your Own

In most personal injury cases, you will pursue damages against the company that insures the negligent party or employer involved. The insurance companies have a legal team building a defense case against your claim in hopes of minimizing or denying your damages. You deserve to have your own legal team working on your behalf, fighting for the compensation you deserve. At Margaret Gettle Washburn, P.C., we represent clients in personal injury cases involving the following:

From car accidents to workers’ comp claims, your injuries and losses deserve acknowledgment. We are ready to pursue your claim to bring you justice.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today

To discuss how we can help you protect your legal rights, please contact our firm to schedule a free initial consultation. Time may be of the essence. Call 770-676-1191 or send us an email today.

We represent clients throughout Gwinnett County, Jackson County and Barrow County. We are available to meet with you at our office, or in your home or hospital room.