If you minor daughter, mother and grandmother are in a motor vehicle collision, you potentially have multiple claims.
Generally speaking you have a property damage claim that would include the damage to the vehicle and the damage to the other property caused by the auto accident.
Then, in a separate claim, if anyone was hurt they would have what is called a bodily injury claim against the at-fault driver. For example if your minor daughter was injured, your mother was injured and your grandmother was injured there would be three separate bodily injury claims.
The claims would be determined based upon the damages or medical bills, lost wages, prescription cost and other harms and losses caused by the auto collision.
On the minor daughter’s claim you may or may not be required to have a guardian appointed to hold the money on behalf of the minor daughter until she reaches the age of majority.
If you have specific questions on the number of claims and who has a claim you should contact a Georgia Car Crash attorney at 770-948-5454. We are here to help.