Frequently Asked Questions
Local Personal Injury Attorneys In Columbus
At Crawford & Brown Law Firm LLP, our Columbus personal injury attorneys work tirelessly to provide each of our clients with high-quality legal representation. We have years of experience in a variety of personal injury cases, including premises liability, car wrecks, construction accidents, and much more. We are conveniently located in Columbus, Georgia, and serve Atlanta and all of the surrounding communities.
Not sure if you are in need of our services? Please review the following commonly asked questions or call us at 706-320-9646 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your specific matter.
Should I hire an attorney?
When dealing with a personal injury case, many variables are taken into consideration by insurance companies. These same companies also employ teams of skilled lawyers who may try to minimize or deny your claim for compensation. Without sound legal help, you may end up receiving less money than you need following your injury. At Crawford & Brown Law Firm LLP, we provide free initial consultations to help you understand your rights and options.
Am I entitled to compensation?
If you have been injured because of the negligence of another person or business, you may be entitled to compensation. Damages awarded can help you pay for medical bills and provide you with financial assistance while you recover, especially if you are unable to work.
How soon after my injury should I contact Crawford & Brown Law Firm LLP?
The statute of limitations in the state of Georgia is typically two years for most personal injury cases. We recommend that you contact us as soon as you can to get a better idea of how we can help you.
What types of cases does your firm handle?
We handle a wide variety of personal injury and civil litigation cases, including motor vehicle accidents, commercial disputes, consumer class actions, insurance disputes, product liability, and more.
How much is my case worth?
During your free initial consultation with one of our Columbus personal injury attorneys, we can determine an estimate based on a variety of factors, such as the nature and severity of your injuries, required medical care, mental and physical pain, lost wages, and more. If your case warrants it, we may involve the help of a professional and recognized expert to help value your claim.