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One of the most difficult aspects of handling a wrongfully denied claim when you are injured is negotiating with insurance companies. It can be difficult to be heard in Georgia if you are one person in an ocean of similar disputes. Finding evidence in support of your claim is important. Whether you or a family member is injured in an accident that is caused by someone else, you should get the proper attention you deserve. When you are wrongfully denied, it can lead to significant complications in your financial life, particularly as medical bills continue to pile up.

Two car accidents in Lowndes County recently led to two deaths on Highway 84. Georgia State Patrol troopers were on the scene after the accidents occurred. They said that two vehicles, including one commercial vehicle, crashed in the westbound lanes. A second collision occurred shortly thereafter that led to a total of six cars being involved, with two fatalities.

After a severe accident, it can take time for a family to get accustomed to the change. When dealing with serious injuries or even death, it’s important that you take measures to protect your financial future. An insurance dispute or bad faith claim can add a high level of stress to your life. If someone acted in a negligent manner that led to a serious injury or death on the road, any victims should be entitled to compensation. From high medical expenses to funeral costs, your family could be in a bind after having their claim denied.

The thought of getting into a serious accident on the road is difficult, especially when driving at fast speeds on Highway 84. An accident can significantly change your family’s life. Being careful on the road is important, but sometimes you may end up being involved in an accident with a negligent driver. If that happens, you may be entitled to compensation to help pay for your losses. It’s important to be ready to combat a denied claim.

Source: WALB Channel 10 News, “Six car accident kills two in Lowndes County,” Colter Anstaett, Feb. 10, 2014