WHAT WE DO
Personal Injury Attorneys Chattanooga
A Chattanooga personal injury lawyer provides legal help to those who’ve been injured as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of someone or, such as a person, company, government agency, or other similar entity. Those injuries can be from vehicle accidents, slip and falls or nursing home abuse, to name a few. Dennis and King provides personal injury legal advice for the communities in East Tennessee and North Georgia.
Have you suffered a personal injury? Was your personal injury caused by another person or an unsafe condition at your workplace? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then the attorneys at Dennis and King can represent you in a lawsuit.
Common Personal Injury Types
Personal injuries can be the result of:
- Automobile accidents
- ATV accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Drunk driving cases
- Defective products
- Medical malpractice
- Dog attacks
- Slip and fall accidents
- Unsafe conditions
- Nursing home abuse
- Premises liability
The first thing you should do if you are injured is seek medical attention. Next, you should speak to a personal injury attorney about filing an injury lawsuit.
Here are just a few reasons you should hire Dennis and king:
- We aren’t a big TV “settlement mill” and can give your case all the personal care it deserves.
- We have access to experts who can back up your claim.
- We give you a team of people, providing critical insight for all cases.
- We work on a contingency fee basis: No recovery, no legal fees.
- We have over 75 years of collective legal and courtroom experience and aren’t afraid to go to trial (unlike the “settlement mills”).
- We have the resources to go toe to toe with the insurance company and big corporations.
Common Questions About Personal Injury Cases
Of course, you can. But, you really should still speak to Chattanooga car wreck attorney about your case, especially if you’ve been injured in an accident.
Yes, you can. Just make sure you know your rights under Georgia or Tennessee car wreck or personal injury law. Keep in mind, the insurance company can use anything you say to an insurance adjuster against your claim.
You can if you don’t care who sees your confidential medical records. (By the way, you probably should care who sees your confidential medical records.)
Tennessee and Georgia use the modified comparative negligence system. That means a judge or jury will assign a percentage of fault for each driver in the Tennessee or Georgia car wreck and then award damages based upon that system.
However, under the modified comparative negligence system, if a car wreck victim is 50% or more at fault, the victim can collect nothing. To collect money, the judge or jury must find the car wreck victim 49% or less at fault.
Unlike “no-fault states”, car insurance companies do not pay your medical bills as you go, even if the accident wasn’t your fault. (The exception is if you carry something called “med-pay” on your own car insurance.)
If you have health insurance, submit your bills to your health insurance company. If you don’t have health insurance, you will need to arrange a payment plan with your doctor or hospital.
We know many doctors and physical therapists who will treat you if you don’t or can’t pay up front. Dennis and King can help you get medical care without upfront charges. Give us a call. We can help.
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OUR SERVICES & REVIEWS
A personal approach to personal injury
“I would highly recommend Ms Dennis, she is very kind, and she listens to your concerns. And the staff is great also. My family and I can not thank her enough for her help during the lost of our love one. Thank you!”
“My experience with Dennis & king law was absolutely amazing she got me the money I need for my pain in suffering she was honest the entire way until time for me to settle. She checked on me to make sure I was doing fine… great outcome!!”
“My experience with Dennis & King was overwhelmingly positive. I chose them when I was hurt in a car accident… I ended up getting a nice settlement in a matter of weeks…”