Get the information you need NOW if you or a family member has been hurt in Savannah, Chatham County or Surrounding Counties . . .
- Before you speak to an insurance adjuster
- Before you sign any forms
- Before you hire an attorney
Be Informed. Be Aware. Be Prepared!
Are you simply looking for more information?
Not everyone needs an attorney. You may just need a little more information to get you started. Questions Ty can help you answer include:
- How do I give a recorded statement for the insurance company?
- What are my rights in a drunk driving accident?
- What do I do if I’ve been injured on a motorcycle in Savannah?
- What are my rights as an injured pedestrian in Savannah?
- How do I file a Georgia worker’s compensation claim?
- Can I get a rental car while mine is in the shop?
For the answers to these questions and more, call Ty Wilson at 912-508-4711 in Savannah or Atlanta 770-948-5454.
Have you been injured in an a Savannah motorcycle wreck?
After you’ve been in a wreck, it takes no time at all for the pushy insurance adjusters to call and demand a recorded statement.
- How do you answer their unending questions?
- What if the accident was partially your fault?
- Do you still deserve money for medical bills, and if so, how much can you expect?
Insurance adjusters often push for a quick settlement, but that may not be to your advantage. Especially if you have not been seen by a medical professional to determine the extent of your injuries. If you’ve been seriously injured, it may take some time for the doctors to assess the extent of your injuries and the degree of medical attention you need.
Don’t let the insurance adjusters push you into accepting a settlement before you are ready. Let experienced personal injury attorney Ty Wilson help. He knows how to deal with the pushy insurance adjusters and won’t let them take advantage of his clients. He will fight to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Savannah car wreck lawyer Ty Wilson can help you through the tangled mess following accidents when:
- You or a family member has been hurt by a drunk driver in the Savannah area?
- You or a loved one has been injured in the Savannah area
- You need help getting the most out of your Georgia workers’ compensation claim
Are you hurt and in need of help?
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you likely need medical help. You should also have a doctor document your injuries for insurance claims.
One of the first questions you will be asked is, “Do you have health insurance?”
If the answer is YES, you may be wondering how to choose the right doctor or therapist from your insurance company’s list of “approved” physicians. Savannah auto accident lawyer Ty Wilson is familiar with the area’s doctors and can offer a recommendation.
If the answer is NO, don’t panic. You can still get the medical care you need – and help paying for it. Call experienced Savannah car crash lawyer Ty Wilson at 912-508-4711 or 770-948-5454 to learn how to make your insurance policy work for you.
Not sure if you need a lawyer?
Few people come away from an accident knowing that they need a lawyer. Most likely you’re a little unsure of your options and wondering if a lawyer is even necessary.
Let Ty take a look and help you determine if your case is something you can resolve on your own, or if you would benefit from an attorney’s legal help.
Whether you need help now, more information or just a free consultation, experienced Savannah injury attorney Ty Wilson can help.
With Ty, you have the power to change your future. Call 912-508-4711 in the Savannah area or 770-948-5454 in Atlanta Metro area today, and get back in the driver’s seat of your life.
If you or a family member has been the victim of an Savannah work accident or an Atlanta work accident or ongoing work-related health issues, you may be eligible for Georgia workers’ compensation benefits.
Have you received your income benefits?
Are you receiving the medical care you need to get you back to work?
If you’re not sure where to start, call an experienced Savannah | Atlanta work injury lawyer who knows how to hack through the jungle of red tape. Call Savannah 912-508-4711 or Atlanta 770-948-5454 today.
Many accidents involve a combination of factors, and it may not be easy to determine exactly who was at fault. If you’ve been injured in a Savannah car wreck, DUI, or motorcycle crash, you may need help in proving that you were not at fault so you can receive benefits to help pay those mounting doctor bills.
Whether you’re looking for a lawyer to represent you or just need more information, Savannah auto accident lawyer Ty Wilson has the answers you need. Call his office today at 912-508-4711 in Savannah or 770-948-5454 in Atlanta and take back control of your life.
If you have been injured in a Savannah motorcycle wreck, you should get all the information you can prior to discussing your case with any insurance company or any attorney.
We have authored a book on car accidents and have written several special reports to help you, the consumer, know what kind of world (the insurance world) you have been thrown into.
Our goal is to provide you information to help you make the best decisions possible when you’re dealing with the insurance company.
Slip-and-fall injuries come at the worst time. Typically you are walking faster than you should and suddenly the world goes out from under you. The results of a Savannah slip-and-fall accident can be quite severe. Ranging from a sore back to broken bones to serious closed head injuries that require extensive medical care and cost.
Have you gotten deathly ill because of something you have consumed or eaten?
There are many forms of food borne illness that can reach, you, the consumer. It starts with the production of the food, and then moves to the processing and ultimately the preparation. Any of these areas can be mishandled and can cause you to become deathly ill and hospitalized. If you have been hospitalized and told you have been poisoned, you need to ask what caused your illness!
Fresenius Medical Care North America, one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of dialysis machines and supplies, was recently part of a Food and Drug Administration Class I Recall of its Naturalyte and Granuflo Dry Acid Concentrate. The FDA has issued a warning to doctors to be aware of the concentration of acetate or sodium diacetate in the products to avoid a high serum bicarbonate level and subsequent serious adverse health consequences, including death, in patients receiving dialysis.
Dialysis is used to treat kidney failure by removing toxins and waste from the blood that the kidneys cannot remove themselves. The process involves the use of bicarbonate, an alkaline substance, which neutralizes the acid that builds up in the blood. Naturalyte and Granuflo concentrates contain ingredients such as acetic acid, acetate and citrate that the body converts to bicarbonate in concentrations that can elevate the levels of bicarbonate in a dialysis patient to levels that are unsafe.