If you have suffered a burn injury in the state of Georgia, your ability to recover damages will depend upon the circumstances of your injury. Under Georgia law, as in all other jurisdictions, an individual who has sustained physical injuries caused by the negligent act(s) or omission(s) of another individual or entity may seek compensation from the negligent individual or entity for the injury and any associated damages.
Determining which Georgia court to file a burn injury claim in will depend not only on particular elements of your injury, but also the amount of damages sought. An attorney experienced in personal injury litigation can direct you to the appropriate venue for filing.
Here are a few examples of past cases brought by plaintiffs who sustained burn injuries. In reviewing these cases, please keep in mind that no two cases are the same and past results in similar cases do not guarantee similar results in the future.
The law firm of Walker Morgan is located at 135 E Main St., Lexington, SC 29072. All lawyers at Walker Morgan are licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina. Should you wish to retain our firm for legal representation regarding a potential case in any other jurisdiction we are required to associate local counsel in that foreign jurisdiction and seek permission from a court of the foreign jurisdiction to temporarily engage in the practice of law therein for purposes of pursuing your potential claim only.
By offering the following information the lawyers at Walker Morgan are not offering legal advice or legal guidance. The lawyers at Walker Morgan are not licensed to practice law in Georgia. Should you have a question/concern specific to Georgia law, please contact an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia.