Frequently Asked Questions

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If you have been injured through an accident or negligence of another party, it is critical to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as you can. A personal injury lawyer will help you understand the laws that apply to your injury claim and guide you through every step of your case. If you are still unsure, contact us and we can help. Procrastinating hiring a lawyer only hinders your right to recovery. Call us for a no-obligation consultation.

We are determined to assist our clients whenever they need it. Whether the communication is through mail, email, a phone call, or a talk in person, we ensure that you will be continuously and properly informed about your case.

At Murrin & Wallace, LLC, we strive to provide personal attention to each client and meet their specific legal need. We are not a big billboard firm. Those large firms delegate your case to non-lawyers, and you rarely get to speak to an actual attorney. Our business model is to give you personal contact with your lawyer anytime you want. Our attorneys, paralegals, and support staff are dedicated professionals who tirelessly pursue justice on behalf of our clients. Our goal is to produce positive legal results at a reasonable cost. Reach out to our office to see if we are the perfect fit for you!

There are several factors that can influence the amount of settlement in a personal injury case, including the severity of the injury, the injuries to the victim, the cost of the medical bills, the insurance policy limits, and many other factors. We can help evaluate your case and calculate your settlement/claim with relative ease, given our decades of experience.

First and foremost, the client should be able to concentrate on recovering from their injuries. The Lawyers should be handling the ins and outs of the personal injury case. The pressure should be taken off the client to let the lawyer manage the injury case so that the client can concentrate on their own physical and emotional recovery. The Law Firm, the Lawyers and their support staff are the parties to evaluate, plan, and execute the course of action to optimize the client’s financial recovery.

The statute of limitations determines the amount of time a plaintiff has to file a personal injury lawsuit. Unless this is done properly and on time, the injured party is forever barred from making any claim. It varies by state, but in Georgia we have a two-year statute of limitations that apply to all injury cases. There are special rules and exceptions including the tolling of the time period but that requires a trained legal analysis. Call us if you have any questions.

The personal injury lawsuit process is made up of multiple “stages”. To begin, you have an initial consultation with a personal injury lawyer and file the appropriate court documents. Then, after the claim is investigated and the documentation and evidence is submitted, settlement negotiations and mediation are done to try to resolve the dispute. If the lawsuit goes to trial, the jury will choose a verdict, deciding the outcome. For such a strenuous process, having quality representation is essential. Begin a free consultation now.

The lawyers at Murrin and Wallace, LLC, handle all the machinations of the lawsuit and the day-to-day prosecution of your claim, which is why you hire a law firm. However, your participation in the litigation is required. We handle the litigation, letting you concentrate on your recovery, but you will still have to appear at depositions, answer many questions about your injuries, and possibly testify at your trial. Your lawyer at Murrin and Wallace, LLC, will be by your side every step of the way.

A lawyer receives a percentage of the total recovery in a personal injury case. Each case is different but Murrin and Wallace typically receives 1/3rd of the personal injury settlement. We do not take a percentage of the property damage claim, but we can assist you with that.

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