CAEJ LAW, P.C

How Do We Recover For You?

Please know that we cannot ethically guarantee a result in any case nor can we guarantee that we can recover anything for you. We do guarantee to use all of our experience and resources to get the absolute best result possible for you.

What we do to get you everything you deserve:

Personal Injury Case/Car, Truck or Motorcycle Accident Cases

We must prove the other party was at fault. We do this by promptly investigating your case, preserving evidence, and identifying and interviewing witnesses. In some cases, we will hire experts to help us establish fault.

We also must prove that your injury was caused by the other party. This involves documenting the physical facts of your accident and how the accident occurred.  We also must gather and evaluate the medical evidence in your case.

Sometimes we get a special report from your doctors stating that your injury was caused by the accident.

We will work closely with you to understand how your injury has affected your life, your daily activities and your relationship with those close to you.

We will gather your medical bills, medical liens, and also document any lost time from work.

We will work very hard to know and show how your life has been affected by your injury in all aspects.

Once we have what we need, we then evaluate your case. There are many factors that go into the evaluation of your case. Before we submit anything on your behalf to the insurance company, we will sit down with you an explain how we evaluated your case and allow you an opportunity to give us feedback.

We will pursue all available insurance coverage, whether from the person that caused your injury or from coverage that you have available to you.

We prepare a demand packet with all important exhibits, documents, and a dollar amount for settlement and send it certified mail to the insurance company.

We negotiate with the insurance company. If the insurance company offers a fair amount that is acceptable to you, your case will be concluded by settlement. If we cannot agree on an amount, a lawsuit will be filed on your behalf.

To help us present your case at trial, we may hire expert witnesses such as accident reconstruction experts, economists, vocational rehabilitation specialists, videographers and photographers to full document your injury and the affect upon your life.

As mentioned above, we will completely review the settlement demand with you and get your approval before we send it to the insurance company. Also, if we file a lawsuit, your case can still settle before trial. Most cases do not go to trial. However, we prepare every case as if it were going to trial because this puts the most pressure on the insurance company to fully compensate our clients.

If your case does proceed to trial, it would likely take at least 12 months before it actually is before a judge or jury. Trial will be preceded by a period of exchanging written information and procedural arguments being made to the court.  After a lot of documents are exchanged between the parties, then your statement and other witnesses will be taken under oath during a proceeding called a deposition. We will take depositions of important witnesses and the defendant in the case.

Depending on the facts and circumstances of your case, we may try an alternative dispute resolution process called mediation. Mediation is where a neutral party called a mediator tries to help the parties come to a reasonable settlement. A mediator cannot force a resolution but can help to facilitate a settlement and eliminate the need for a lengthy and long trial.

If we still cannot reach an agreement, your case will proceed to trial. We will be fully prepared for a jury trial.

This is just a snapshot of the things we do to get our clients fully and fairly compensated.

How Do We Get Paid?

Your initial consultation with our Atlanta personal injury lawyer is free and no obligation to you. If our firm has the privilege to represent you, we will not get paid until we recover money for you. This is called a contingency fee. For serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, Atlanta personal injury attorneys may charge as much as 40-45% of the gross recovery.  Our fees are 33% of the gross recovery of settlements prior to the filing of a law suit. Fees may be higher or lower depending upon the facts of the case and the type of case. We always reduce our fees in those cases where your injuries and damages exceed the amount of insurance coverage available to you.

No fees are taken out the recovery for damages to your motor vehicle or other property damage.

In most cases, our firm will advance all or most of the expenses of your case. As detailed in our fee agreements, any expenses that we advance are paid back out of any amount recovered.  These expenses are typically used on things such as expert witnesses and obtaining medical records.

Our fee contract is always in writing and is signed by each of us.  You will receive a copy.

While we cannot ethically guarantee that will recovery of money on your behalf, we can guarantee that our Atlanta personal injury attorney will give his best effort to get you full and fair compensation.

Contact Us Today

If you have been injured, it is important that you not delay in contacting an experienced Atlanta personal injury attorney. Evidence may need to be preserved in your case before it disappears. Call our firm today at (470) 539-8528 for an immediate free consultation.

Please know that we cannot ethically guarantee a result in any case nor can we guarantee that we can recover anything for you. We do guarantee to use all of our experience and resources to get the absolute best result possible for you.

What we do to get you everything you deserve:

Personal Injury Case/Car, Truck or Motorcycle Accident Cases

We must prove the other party was at fault. We do this by promptly investigating your case, preserving evidence, and identifying and interviewing witnesses. In some cases, we will hire experts to help us establish fault.

We also must prove that your injury was caused by the other party. This involves documenting the physical facts of your accident and how the accident occurred.  We also must gather and evaluate the medical evidence in your case.

Sometimes we get a special report from your doctors stating that your injury was caused by the accident.

We will work closely with you to understand how your injury has affected your life, your daily activities and your relationship with those close to you.

We will gather your medical bills, medical liens, and also document any lost time from work.

We will work very hard to know and show how your life has been affected by your injury in all aspects.

Once we have what we need, we then evaluate your case. There are many factors that go into the evaluation of your case. Before we submit anything on your behalf to the insurance company, we will sit down with you an explain how we evaluated your case and allow you an opportunity to give us feedback.

We will pursue all available insurance coverage, whether from the person that caused your injury or from coverage that you have available to you.

We prepare a demand packet with all important exhibits, documents, and a dollar amount for settlement and send it certified mail to the insurance company.

We negotiate with the insurance company. If the insurance company offers a fair amount that is acceptable to you, your case will be concluded by settlement. If we cannot agree on an amount, a lawsuit will be filed on your behalf.

To help us present your case at trial, we may hire expert witnesses such as accident reconstruction experts, economists, vocational rehabilitation specialists, videographers and photographers to full document your injury and the affect upon your life.

As mentioned above, we will completely review the settlement demand with you and get your approval before we send it to the insurance company. Also, if we file a lawsuit, your case can still settle before trial. Most cases do not go to trial. However, we prepare every case as if it were going to trial because this puts the most pressure on the insurance company to fully compensate our clients.

If your case does proceed to trial, it would likely take at least 12 months before it actually is before a judge or jury. Trial will be preceded by a period of exchanging written information and procedural arguments being made to the court.  After a lot of documents are exchanged between the parties, then your statement and other witnesses will be taken under oath during a proceeding called a deposition. We will take depositions of important witnesses and the defendant in the case.

Depending on the facts and circumstances of your case, we may try an alternative dispute resolution process called mediation. Mediation is where a neutral party called a mediator tries to help the parties come to a reasonable settlement. A mediator cannot force a resolution but can help to facilitate a settlement and eliminate the need for a lengthy and long trial.

If we still cannot reach an agreement, your case will proceed to trial. We will be fully prepared for a jury trial.

This is just a snapshot of the things we do to get our clients fully and fairly compensated.

How Do We Get Paid?

Your initial consultation with our Atlanta personal injury lawyer is free and no obligation to you. If our firm has the privilege to represent you, we will not get paid until we recover money for you. This is called a contingency fee. For serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, Atlanta personal injury attorneys may charge as much as 40-45% of the gross recovery.  Our fees are 33% of the gross recovery of settlements prior to the filing of a law suit. Fees may be higher or lower depending upon the facts of the case and the type of case. We always reduce our fees in those cases where your injuries and damages exceed the amount of insurance coverage available to you.

No fees are taken out the recovery for damages to your motor vehicle or other property damage.

In most cases, our firm will advance all or most of the expenses of your case. As detailed in our fee agreements, any expenses that we advance are paid back out of any amount recovered.  These expenses are typically used on things such as expert witnesses and obtaining medical records.

Our fee contract is always in writing and is signed by each of us.  You will receive a copy.

While we cannot ethically guarantee that will recovery of money on your behalf, we can guarantee that our Atlanta personal injury attorney will give his best effort to get you full and fair compensation.

Contact Us Today

If you have been injured, it is important that you not delay in contacting an experienced Atlanta personal injury attorney. Evidence may need to be preserved in your case before it disappears. Call our firm today at (470) 539-8528 for an immediate free consultation.