Macon Auto Accident Attorney Represents Clients With Excellence

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. in Macon, Georgia is a reliable auto injury attorney that has been serving the community with distinguished legal representation for many years, earning a reputation for excellence. The firm offers representation in multiple legal fields, ensuring that their clients can always find the best attorney to represent them no matter what issues they face with the law.

They also take great pride in the highly successful professional history they have developed, both in Macon and other areas within the state of Georgia. The firm maintains that they believe in the principle that if they find success for their clients, success will come to them as well. Tim Derrickson, a spokesperson for the company, states, "Representing our clients effectively is our foremost priority. We will do everything within our power to look after our client's best interests and make sure they receive the compensation they are entitled to. We owe our success as a law firm to them, as they are the ones who give us the chance to demonstrate our expertise representing them in court."

The firm states that, more often than not, accidents are the direct result of a negligent action. While it may be an incident that is as simple as skipping a red light, or as drastic as driving under the influence, such events can result in terrible financial losses for both parties involved, even compromising their health. It is for this reason that, under the law, a victim of a negligent action has specific rights that entitle them to compensation—though they will likely require an attorney to represent them in front of the court and demonstrate their innocence.

Derrickson states, "The period immediately following an auto accident can be very complicated, as there are many things to take care and not enough time to recover properly from the accident. Automobile accidents can have serious repercussions on an individual's health, especially if they do not have or take the time to recuperate. At Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C., we will strive to look after our client’s best interests, making sure they do not have to worry at all about the legal process for any aspect besides presenting themselves at the trial."

As the company notes, the best way to ensure an individual receives the compensation they are entitled to is to immediately contact a reliable attorney after the accident and let them handle the case. An auto accident attorney will skillfully review the case and determine what obligations the insurance company has relating to the victim's injuries. This may include compensation for property damages to their car, temporary replacement of the vehicle, ongoing medical treatment, and lost wages. In extreme cases where the victim's injuries are extensive, the insurance company may also be obligated to pay the victim for their pain and suffering, as well as the loss of enjoyment of life.

However, reviewing the case and proving injuries and other losses is not an easy process, and mishandling these crucial steps would leave the victim injured with several medical bills—and without a method of mobilization. For that reason, it is of the utmost importance to hire an experienced attorney who is familiar in dealing with these cases and can ensure that their client will receive competent representation when the time comes to present the case in court.

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.has helped hundreds of victims bring their cases to court and receive compensation for their injuries. Derrickson states, "We have earned our reputation through hard work, and we work even harder to maintain it. From the very first moment a client contacts us, we are committed to helping them find the relief they seek, allowing them to rest and fully recover while we develop their case and look after their future."

For more information regarding the firm and their legal services, interested parties may contact Tim Derrickson of Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. - Macon. Furthermore, those in need of legal representation in their auto injury case from Attorney Ken Nugent may visit the firm’s official website to request a consultation where their case will be evaluated.

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For more information about Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. - Macon, contact the company here:

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. - Macon
Tim Derrickson
404-253-5891
tderrickson@attorneykennugent.com
Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. 487 Cherry St #200 Macon, GA 31201

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