989 Green St SE
Phone: (678) 301-1081
Fax: (770) 860-1209
About Our Conyers Law Office
Navigating the Car Accident Legal Process in Conyers
Car accidents are more common than other types of accidents, with more than 2 million rear end collisions per year alone. Although you may feel physically fine after an accident, many injuries do not manifest until days after a collision. Even the most minor injuries can result in long-term medical problems. If you have been in a collision in which you were injured and it was not your fault, you may be facing expensive medical bills, damage repair costs, or emotional distress. The Conyers car accident lawyers at Burrow & Associates can help you navigate the legal process and provide you with sound advice. We’ll guide you each step towards physical, emotional, and financial restoration. Contact us for a free consultation with one of our experienced Conyers car accident lawyers.
Helping Conyers Families Through Bankruptcy
We are committed to helping you through the complex process of filing for bankruptcy. Our team of experienced, proven bankruptcy attorneys is here to provide you with accurate legal advice so you can file in total confidence. The bankruptcy lawyers at Burrow & Associates in Conyers have filed more than 15,000 cases in Georgia and have a proven track record of helping individuals and families through the bankruptcy process. There’s nothing to be ashamed of — our Conyers bankruptcy lawyers operate in a stress and judgement-free environment.
Personal Injury Attorneys & Experts in Conyers
Any personal injury can result in financial burden and emotional trauma. We’re here to help. Our Conyers personal injury attorneys will guide you through the process of getting you the compensation and peace-of-mind you deserve. The personal injury attorneys at our Conyers location have been defending individuals and families affected my personal injuries for over 20 years.
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FAQs Answered from Our Conyers Personal Injury Lawyers
Q: How do insurance companies work?
It would be prudent to realize that insurance companies are not on your side. Their goal is to minimize their losses. It’s always a good idea to contact a personal injury attorney to handle your claims, because it is their job to maximize your recovery. When clients work with insurance companies to handle their own claims, they expect the insurance company to be on their side, but it is an adversarial process. The simple knowledge that an insurance company will do all that is possible to limit their losses should be enough to convince you that you need someone on your side. Contact Burrow and Associates first so that we can handle the insurance claim for you.
Q: How do I know if I need a Conyers personal injury attorney?
You should always consult a lawyer even if you’re unsure you need one. When you call Burrow and Associates, you will speak directly to an attorney who will evaluate your case and advise you accordingly. You will receive a free consultation over the phone to find out if we feel we are able to help you.
FAQs Answered from Our Conyers Bankruptcy Lawyers
Q: What will a Conyers bankruptcy lawyer ask me in an initial consultation?
The main question a bankruptcy lawyer needs to know is why are you considering filing bankruptcy – that’s mainly what you need to communicate. Bankruptcy lawyers will ask what your circumstance is that brings you to file bankruptcy and then go from there. During the initial consultation, we are trying to determine whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is the best avenue for you. You will be asked about your household income. Regardless of whether you are filing jointly with a spouse or filing as an individual, you should be prepared to disclose your total household income with paystubs from your job(s).
You will also be asked to provide general information about real property in which you have an interest, including family property in the United States or elsewhere, and any vehicles that you own. You should be prepared to disclose roughly what you owe on the property and its value. We might also inquire about a rough idea about the quantity of debt including medical bills, credit cards, unsecured loans, student loans, tax debt, etc. At the end of the consultation, a bankruptcy attorney should be able to tell you whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is the best approach for you and give you a rough estimate of your monthly payment if it is a Chapter 13.
Q: What questions should I ask a Conyers bankruptcy attorney in an initial consultation?
During the initial consultation at Burrow and Associates, we will ask you many questions, but we are also happy to answer any questions you may have. Common questions we receive from clients are: What is going to happen to my assets? Am I going to lose my house? Will my car be taken away? How will bankruptcy affect my credit? These are all things we will be happy to discuss with you as well as any other concerns you may have.
When you leave an initial consultation at Burrow and Associates, we want you to understand the bankruptcy process and know whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case is the best approach for you. If questions arise after your initial consultation, please feel free to contact our office for answers to those questions.