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Hearing and Vision Loss Attorneys in Atlanta, GA

Legal Help After a Serious Eye or Ear Injury

Most people never consider that they could be involved in an accident – let alone one that could rob them of one of their senses. Yet every day, people across the country are left blind or deaf due to an unforeseen incident. In some situations, the accidents are that – being at the wrong place, at the wrong time. However, there are many accidents that are far from accidental. Many injury situations could have prevented had a person or business only taken the proper care to begin with.

In the legal world, this is known as negligence. If you or a loved one have fallen victim to another person's negligent actions, you may be able to pursue significant compensation. But, you'll need to contact an experienced Atlanta accident attorney.

Grant Law Office has helped those who need it most for decades, and want to do the same for you. Call us today at (404) 995-3955 to discuss your situation.

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I've Lost One or More Senses in an Accident – What Damages Can I Claim?

The loss of hearing, sight, or other sensory abilities is considered a catastrophic injury. In terms of personal injury, these are physical wounds that are so grievous, they permanently alter the way you life your life. Being rendered blind or deaf can be particularly devastating, as there isn't a single aspect of one's life that doesn't involve one or more of these senses. As a result, compensation connected to such injuries is often high and covers a wide range of damages, both now and in the future.

While the specifics vary from case to case, some of the more common damages that are addressed in such a claim often include:

  • Doctor's fees and specialist visits
  • Medical expenses and treatments
  • Physical and emotional therapy
  • Loss of life enjoyment
  • Loss of employment
  • Medical equipment
  • Pain and suffering

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Statute of Limitations in Georgia Personal Injury Cases

The State of Georgia maintains a statute of limitations on all personal injury cases. This means you have a limited amount of time in which to file your claim. The sooner you are able to do so, the better your odds will be at obtaining the optimal result. We recommend contacting our Georgia catastrophic injury lawyers at our office at the earliest convenience. With the information you gain in a free consultation with our team, you will be able to make an informed decision about any next steps you wish to pursue.

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Contact the Atlanta Hearing and Vision Loss Lawyers at Grant Law Office

As you, or your loved one, consider contacting our firm, keep a few things in mind. Our goal is to help guide you through the process and secure the outcome you desire. This means we will take every step necessary to ensure you get the financial compensation you need to move on. Let our Atlanta personal injury attorneys handle the heavy lifting - from insurance companies to opposing counsel. You have enough to deal with at the moment. Grant Law Office can be reached at (404) 995-3955.

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Contact us today for a free and comprehensive case evaluation.

We require no legal retainer or upfront fees,
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What you need to know about the 2-year statute of limitation law

Worried that the 2-year statute of limitations is rapidly approaching on your serious injury or medical malpractice case? Contact us and we can talk to you about the Judicial Emergency declared by the Supreme Court of Georgia and how it affects the statute of limitations for your case (in a good way.) Please call or email us through our web contact form and we would be happy to discuss your case.

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Georgia Hearing and Vision Loss Lawyer Disclaimer: The legal information offered herein by Grant Law Office, is not formal legal advice, nor is it the formation of an attorney client relationship. In order for our firm to be considered your attorney there must be a signed agreement between the client and the firm. Any results set forth herein are based solely upon the circumstances of that particular case and offer no promise or guarantee on the outcome of any other case. Please contact a lawyer for a consultation.

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