We have complied a number of resources to aid our clients and browsers of this website in learning more about personal injury matters, trials and other legal resources that may be helpful. Our goal at Boling Rice LLC in creating this website is not only to allow you to learn more about our personal injury practice but also to gain as much knowledge as possible about your injuries and your potential case. Please review the below articles and other resources.
General Injury Case and Claim Info.:
- What Is My Claim Worth?
- What It Costs To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer
- Do You Need To Hire A Lawyer—Role of A Personal Injury Attorney
- Who Pays My Medical Bills?
- Amount of Settlement Or Verdict You Are Likely To Take Home
- What Damages Do I Pursue?
- Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?
- Tips For Handling ERISA Liens In Personal Injury Cases In A Post McCutchen Era
- When Punitive Damages Can Be Pursued and How It Works
- Key Things To Think Of When Looking For The Right Injury Lawyer
- 3 Common Defense Strategies To Try To Defeat Your Injury Claim
- How Social Medical Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Case
Car Accident Information:
- What Are You Entitled To In A Car Accident?
- What Should I Do after a Georgia Car Accident?
- Answers To FAQ After An Accident In Georgia
- 3 Things NOT To DO After A Car Wreck
- What Is The Statute of Limitations In A Car Accident Claim
- How Property Damage Claims Work
- Amount of Compensation Deserved After A Car Accident
- Giving A Statement to the Insurance Company or Company Home Office
- What To Bring To Your First Visit With A Car Accident Lawyer
- Other Sources of Insurance Coverage—-UM Insurance Is Important
- Rain and Wet Roads Greatly Increase Your Risk of Being Injured in an Atlanta Car Accident
Tractor Trailer Accident Information
- Truck Accident Claims in Georgia
- Why Truck Accident Cases Are So Different From Ordinary Car Accident Cases
- How To Pay Medical Bills After A Semi-Truck Accident
- Why Truck Accident Claims Require Use of Spoliation of Evidence Letters and What They Should Contain
- Common Terms To Help Understand Your Case Better