Savannah, Georgia Personal Injury & Workers Compensation Lawyer
Other Offices: Lawrenceville (GA)
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Law Firm OverviewTy Wilson Law is a Savannah, Georgia law firm, serving clients who have been injured in an automobile accident or in the workplace.
While the firm focuses on automobile and and worker's compensation cases, they also have a wide range of experience handling other types of personal injury cases. These include slip-and-fall/ premises liability cases, food safety cases, and defective product cases, including drugs. In addition, Ty Wilson has experience defending clients who have been accused of driving under the influence, or DUI cases.
If you have recently suffered an injury due to the negligence or recklessness of another, it is important to work with an attorney who can provide you top quality legal representation during this difficult time. Ty Wilson is an experienced attorney who has helped his clients to obtain optimal results, and is an attorney that you can trust to aggressively pursue your case.
Year this Office was Established: 2004
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Food Safety; GranuFlo and NaturaLyte Recall; Dialysis Injury.
Areas of Law Description
L. Ty Wilson, P.C. provides legal representation and services in the following areas of practice:
- Car Accidents
A car crash can change your life in seconds. One Mississippi two is all it takes, and suddenly you are no longer the healthy, happy person you once were. Broken bones, whiplash or a concussion can leave you in pain for months, require expensive doctor and therapy visits and traumatize you emotionally. If you're looking for someone who can help you cut through all the legal jargon and get you the help you need, experienced Atlanta car accident attorney Ty Wilson is the man for the job.
- Premises Liability
Slip-and-fall claims are tricky, typically depending upon where the fall occurs the store owner will have video and will request a report completed by you. What they do not tell you is they will not provide you a copy of the report once you turn it in, and they will not willingly provide you a copy of any video. Why? Because now they are preparing for litigation or so they will claim. Do not be discouraged, what you must focus on is the evidence you can secure as it relates to your slip-and-fall. There are several things to consider, and if you like we will be happy to send you our slip-and-fall checklist to help make sure you have everything you need should you have to seek legal counsel on your slip-and-fall.
- Workers' Compensation
If you've been injured at work, it's important to report the accident, no matter how small, to your supervisor. What might seem like a minor mishap at first could lead to more serious injuries, and it's best to be prepared in case you need to file a Georgia workers' compensation claim months later. If you do not report, you may be denied workers compensation benefits for your delay. Ty Wilson is knowledgeable on Georgia workers' comp rights and will fight for you to make sure you get the benefits you seek, whether that means a medical care or benefits you are not receiving.
- Motorcycle Accidents
If you have been involved in a motorcycle wreck you have questions like: Should I give a recorded statement to the at-fault driver's insurance company?; Should I sign any of the documents the at-fault driver's insurance company is sending me?; How am I going to pay for my medical bills?; How am I going to recoup my lost wages?; How am I going to get anywhere with my bike damaged?. These are just a few of the questions that you may be asking yourself.
- Food Safety
Some of the most common forms of food borne illness are: E-Coli; Salmonella; Shigella; Botulism; Listeria. Food borne illness is a serious matter, more and more reports and warnings are issued by the Center for Disease Control on the most common forms of food borne illness. You should check the Centers for Disease Control website to see if anything you have consumed has been identified in a food borne outbreak. We are working on completing our special report "What's Eating You?" which will provide you a step by step plan on how you should proceed if you have been poisoned because of some food you consumed and how to prevent others from being harmed.
Mr. Ty Wilson
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Workers Compensation
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- Rockdale Bar Association
- Atlanta Bar Association
- Southern Trial Lawyers Association
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If you have been injured on the job in Georgia, there are several things you need now to ensure you do not jeopardize your workers' compensation claim. 1) You don't report your injury in time. - If you are hurt while on the job in Georgia, you must report your injury as soon as possible.Read Article
One of the most common questions I am asked by personal injury victims in Georgia is, “what is my case worth?” The short answer is, it depends. Many factors go into determining the value of a personal injury claim. However, there are a few main things that you can look at to get an idea of how an insurance company might view your claim.Read Article
Unfortunately, hit and run accidents occur every day. Many of these car crashes result in serious injury. As a Georgia injury attorney, a common question people frequently ask me is if they are able to obtain compensation for injuries when they are involved in a hit and run crash. The answer can depend on several things.Read Article
These days, social media is everywhere. Most people have some sort of social media account, whether it's Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, or MySpace. Many people don't realize it, but the social media sites they use every day can hurt a pending personal injury claim. The fact is, insurance adjusters or defense attorneys will use anything they can to deny or discredit a claim. You might not think an adjuster will find his or her way onto your Facebook page, but it happens all the time..Read Article
As a personal injury attorney in Georgia, I frequently get calls from car accident injury victims who want to fire their current attorney and hire a new lawyer to take over their case. It is always possible to fire your attorney and hire someone else. However, as every case is unique, it is important to keep some things in mind.Read Article
Often, commercial truck accidents can prove even more catastrophic than a typical car accident for obvious reasons. Additionally, navigating a personal injury claim after such an accident can be quite complex.Read Article
More than 200,000 injuries per year occur as a result of playground accidents in children 14 years old and younger according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). If your child is injured at a playground or a daycare center, the property owner or managing entity may be liable for the damages.Read Article
Fortunately, thousands of people safely utilize public transportation services on a daily basis. However, the unfortunate reality is that accidents can occur. When those accidents result in injuries, an individual may be faced with a personal injury claim.Read Article
In the event one person injures another in a violent and intentional manner, the victim may likely be entitled to compensation for pain & suffering, medical expenses, and damages suffered as a result of the injury.Read Article
If an intoxicated person is served alcohol and, as a result, causes injury in a drunk-driving accident in Georgia, the victim can bring a claim against the server, whether a shop, eating or drinking establishment, or a home owner under Georgia dram shop liability laws.Read Article
If a physical or sexual attack takes place on a commercial property, the victim may have a claim based on negligent security law.Read Article
Employees who operate company vehicles or personal vehicles while on the job are entitled to the same protections under the workers’ compensation laws as workers who spend all of their time at the workplace. Therefore, if an employee is injured in a vehicle accident while performing their job, they may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits.Read Article
When a person dies due to the negligence of another, the survivors of the victim may be able to bring a wrongful death claim. This article provides general information on wrongful death claims in Georgia and who may be entitled to bring such a claim.Read Article
A class action lawsuit is the typical manner in which compensation for damages resulting from large-scale food poisoning can be pursued. However, some issues related to foodborne illness can make this route of pursuing compensation problematic.Read Article
In the event you become disabled due to an accident or an injury, there are programs available to help pay for medical care. Medicaid is one such program.Read Article
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What is Medical Payments Coverage?
The fact is fully covered could mean they only have the required legal minimum coverage which DOES NOT include medical payments coverage.
If you are reading after being in an auto accident in Atlanta, you should pull your policy and check for medical payments coverage. If you are hurt you now have a way to pay for it. Please note medical payments coverage varies in the amount of coverage. We typically see the coverage anywhere from $500.00 to $50,000.00.
This is by far the easiest way to obtain medical care if you hurt and unable to work due to your injuries and do not have health insurance.
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10 Secrets Of Georgia Car Wreck Claims
How Long Will My Car Accident Claim Take?
1. Was there clear liability? Was it one hundred percent the fault of one party or to several drivers carry fault or blame for the accident.
2. Was anyone hurt? If not one was hurt the property damage claim to the vehicle should not take longer than a couple of months. If someone was injured did they seek treatment right away or are there major gaps in treatment.
3. Is there insurance coverage on the at-fault driver? If not, does the at-fault driver have any assets to pay for your medical care and your vehicle. Clearly a claim with no insurance coverage is much more difficult to pursue and collect on.
4. Does the other side want to settle? This can be the most important factor. If the other side does not wish to settle then likely a lawsuit will have to be filed and that can take much longer to resolve.
We hope you have found this information helpful and ask that you check out our website and view our other videos. If you have a specific question or topic you would like for us to address in our videos please do not hesitate to contact our offices at 866-937-5454.