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Personal Injury Lawyer Serving Atlanta, Georgia

We at Ryan A. Johnson, P.C. know that these are very uncertain and overwhelming circumstances. Especially if this is your first encounter with a personal injury or obtaining an attorney, it can be difficult to know where to start and how to select an attorney who will truly benefit you. We want to alleviate as much of these burdens as possible for you, while keeping you fully informed to make the best decision.

Below, we’ve provided a few questions and answers pertaining to anticipated concerns that many in your position have. If you have questions that are not answered, here, our firm can be reached at (678) 879-4028 anytime. We look forward to helping you make a successful recovery.

  • Should I try to settle my case on my own?
    While some cases appear to be very straight forward, the legal consequences of signing a settlement check or release may cut off your rights in way you never expected. We highly recommend consulting a legal professional before you resolve your claim.
  • Are there time limitations on my rights?
    While laws vary from state to state, in Georgia there are very stringent deadlines on how long you have to present and/or file your claim. If you are not sure of the time limitations on your claim, you should contact a legal professional as soon as possible to determine the status of your rights.
  • What is my case worth?
    Our firm believes that every case is unique and there are no formulas that can be used to calculate how an event has affected you and your family. However, our firm has handled hundreds of different types of cases and is constantly monitoring Georgia verdicts and settlements to provide you with the most up to date information on how cases similar to yours are being resolved, so that you can make an informed decision when it comes time to evaluating resolution options.
  • How much will it cost me to hire Ryan A. Johnson, P.C.?
    Our firm is usually retained on a contingency fee. This means that there is no charge for our firm's time until the case is successfully concluded.
  • What is the difference between a settlement and a verdict?

    They both refer to compensation, but how they differ is in how they are awarded. A settlement will be given by the liable party of their insurance company to avoid a trial, and a verdict will be given by a jury of your peers as the result of a trial. We prepare as if every case will go to trial. While a settlement is the smoothest option, sometimes, the right offer is not made by the liable parties at this stage, and a trial is necessary to obtain the full compensation you deserve.

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