Top Ten Reasons Why You Should Call Our Law Firm
Have you ever heard the expressions: “There’s no such thing as a stupid question,? or ?The only stupid question is the question that is never asked?? We encourage our clients to contact our office and consult with our team of Attorneys to educate and advise you regarding legal matters that may be worrying or troubling you, your family, or even your business. Our job is to review the facts and circumstances of each unique matter that is presented through the call center and to come up with a game plan or strategy that may help resolve the legal matter.
Whether you are a first time caller or have called our office before, you will experience pleasant and prompt interactions with our non-attorney staff, and attorneys. They have all received extensive training to handle your matters with utmost sensitivity and care. You are our top priority and we pride ourselves upon being the most caring and responsive law firm in the state of Georgia!
Why do potential clients or existing clients call our law firm? Here is a top ten list (in no particular order):
1) Automobile Accident, Workers? Compensation, Medical Malpractice, or Personal Injury Related Inquiries. Did you know that according to the U.S. News & World Report, Deming, Parker, Hoffman, Campbell & Daly, L.L.C. is regionally ranked as one of the best firms in personal injury litigation? You can call our attorneys for a thorough review of your case if you have been injured in an automobile accident or at work or if a loved one has sustained any injuries.
2) Family Law Questions. When facing difficulties in a marriage or planning to file for divorce or responding to your spouse?s request for a divorce our clients can receive for immediate assistance from our team of family lawyers. They can also help our clients with changing their name, adopting a child, or even with the preparation of a pre-nuptial agreement.
3) Uh Oh, I Just Got Arrested! In the United States, everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Equally, we feel that everyone has a compelling story to share regarding their experiences with the criminal justice system and our clients have a right to explain how they or a loved one were arrested. Our attorneys will walk the client through the process.
4) If You Are Named As A Defendant In A Lawsuit. If you are served with a lawsuit or a process server contacts you then please let us know.
5) Starting A New Business or Business Related Matters. You may have hidden talents and have been contemplating for quite some time to start a new business or you own property and want to rent out to others. Often times people would like to know what the legal requirements and formalities that must be taken in order to start this process or they are existing business owners and need to consult with an attorney.
6) I Just Received a Traffic Ticket, Now What? Whether you receive a ticket in the state of Georgia or anywhere in the United States, please call us. Our dedicated team of traffic attorneys can answer your questions and guide you through the process and/or represent you based on the charge cited on the ticket.
7) Stop and Call Us Before You Enter Into A Contract. Have you ever signed a contract without reading it prior to signing your rights away? Our Attorneys are your biggest advocates and can review an agreement, lease, or contract before you enter into a legally binding agreement.
8) Landlord/Tenant or Real Estate Matters. Many of our clients are either tenants or landlord or first time home buyers. Lease agreements or documents for purchasing homes are filled with legal jargon. Let our attorneys distill the language and explain to you in a clearer manner.
9) Will Preparation. You may have minor children or own property and need peace of mind that after you pass away, your financial and personal affairs are in order. By filling out a will questionnaire and submitting to our firm or calling our Attorneys you will not only have a will prepared, but our attorneys may provide guidance on how to complete the Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care form, which replaces the former Living Will and the former Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care.
10) Identity Theft. According to a recent study around 15.4 million Americans were victims of identity theft. Not only is this scary, but it could impact you or loved ones. If you think your identity has been compromised then please do not wait to contact us.
Once again thank you for being a valued client and for contacting our firm in your time of need. We can address any legal question (beyond the top ten list) that you may have. Therefore, we encourage you to call us anytime between 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Remember, no question is dumb or trivial in our eyes. We are here to serve and empower our clients.
1) Client contacted our office for assistance with an issue she was having with her State Health Benefit Plan. Client is employed by her local county school system and while recently completing her open enrollment insurance documentation on-line she erroneously enrolled in the wrong insurance plan. Client was previously enrolled in an HMO insurance plan and she mistakenly selected the wrong policy. Client requires certain medical treatment for injections to her knees that cost $2,000.00 per injection. Under client?s previous plan, she would have to only pay the $45.00 co-pay. Under the new policy she was required to pay per injection out of pocket. Our attorney wrote a letter to the State Health Benefit Plan requesting that she be allowed to switch coverage due to her mistake, as well as her serious medical condition. Initially, the request was denied. We provided additional information to process the appeal and client was allowed to switch coverage to the proper policy. Savings to client, $3,910.00.
2) Client contacted our office for assistance after being denied his short-term disability claim. Client filed a disability claim for a covered accident. The insurance company denied the claim stating client had exhausted the 180-day benefit period that was paid from a previous injury and there was to be a 14-day separation period between claims. Our attorney wrote a letter to the insurance company demanding that they reverse their decision and provide all applicable benefits, stating that the denial was based on erroneous information. The prior disability claim payment was to extend to March 30, 2017, but client was cleared to return to work on March 1, 2017. The new claim was unrelated to the previous claim and the 14-day period ran prior to his current disability claim filed on March 30, 2017. In response to our letter, the insurance company agreed to pay 63 days of benefits. Recovery for client, $6,300.00.
3) Client contacted our office for assistance with an issue he was having with a forgery investigation. Client?s son was able to gain access to two of client?s accounts with the opposing financial institution without client?s permission or knowledge. Client?s son withdrew all of the funds and closed the accounts. Client reported it to the financial institution and demanded that an investigation be done so that he could get his money back. Even though the client followed their instructions to complete and return several affidavits, and submit a police report, the matter was still unresolved. Our attorney wrote a demand letter to the financial institution requesting a status of the investigation and their intentions for reimbursing client for the stolen funds. In response to our letter, they agreed to re-open client?s accounts and credit back the money that was stolen. Recovery for client, $4,371.77.