What do personal injury lawyers do? What we do is we work for our clients. We look at a case, we investigate what happened, and then we apprise the client of what their options are. I think the most fulfilling things that we do as personal injury lawyers here at our firm, and we do it in every case, is we provide the clients answers. Sometimes, in a catastrophic case where there’s a complicated series of events. If it’s a plane crash, or a complex products liability case, or a complex movie set injury case – the clients really don’t know exactly what happened. They know they’ve lost a loved one, or they know that someone’s been horribly injured, but they don’t know exactly how that all took place. They don’t know the backstory about how the injury occurred.
One of the major things we do is investigate. We get to the bottom of what happened. We find out the facts. Then we look at those facts, and we determine whether or not there’s a legal claim. Once you take the facts and you look at the law, then we can sit down with the client, and we can say that, “What has happened to you is something that violates the law, and shouldn’t be allowed. We can help you address is. We can help you remedy that problem, or that harm, in a court of law.” That’s what we do on a daily basis here at our firm.
Harris Lowry Manton LLP is the personal injury law firm Georgia families trust to protect them, and to uphold their rights. If you or your loved one suffered a serious injury, we want to help. Please complete our contact form or call one of our convenient office locations – in Atlanta at 404-961-7650 or in Savannah at 912-651-9967 – to schedule your free initial consultation today.
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