Savannah Auto Accident Attorney Continues to Promote Their ‘One Call, That’s All’ Accident Claim Philosophy

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. in Savannah Georgia and his legal team have been practicing a ‘One Call, That’s All’ philosophy for years when it comes to handling auto accident claims. It’s a philosophy that was implemented by the firm to help free their clients from some of the stress and worry that naturally comes from being a victim in an auto accident. It lets their clients know that once the attorneys at Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. agree to take on their case, the client will then be completely protected by the large umbrella of accident victim services that this experienced law practice has to offer.

Tim Derrickson, a spokesperson for Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. Attorneys at Law, had this to say about why their law firm believes in a ‘One Call, That’s All’ approach to handling auto accident claims: “Of course when someone is involved in an auto accident that is no fault of their own and is injured, they have a lot of stressful thoughts going through their mind. As medical bills pile up and wages can no longer be earned it causes a lot of worry for any accident victim. Our ‘One Call, That’s All’ accident claim philosophy seeks to accomplish two things. For one, it helps relieve some of our clients’ stress and worry because we immediately go to work determining and protecting that client’s legal rights. Secondly, by doing the first step, it then allows our client to focus more of their attention on their important physical and mental healing.”

Derrickson also mentioned that the legal team at their Savannah GA Office helps their accident victim clients in many other ways too. They will do such things as help prevent an insurance company from pressuring their client into settling a claim quickly for an unsatisfactory amount. The Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C legal team will also work to secure money for the client for such things as long term medical treatments. They will even push for compensation for future lost wages because of the injuries that were suffered by their client in an accident.

In short, the accident claim service at the Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C law firm is designed to ensure clients that their legal team will do everything possible to compel an insurance company to meet their legal obligations in any auto accident case.

He also wants to remind accident victims that their first consultation with Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. Attorneys at Law is always completely free of charge. Derrickson said their legal team will make every effort to make this first consultation happen within 24 to 48 hours of the accident victim’s initial call to them. The legal firm will also not ask for any type of payment unless they successfully litigate an accident victim’s claim.

A former Client, Chelsea Reyes, had this to say in a Google review about how Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. Attorneys at Law handled her accident claim. She says, “I will recommend him and his team to anyone that needed help after an accident. They communicated with me every step of the way and got me the most money back. Overall they made my life easier as I was home recovering. Thanks for all you have done!”

This Georgia accident law firm does much more than just handling auto accident claims too. There are several other areas of personal injury law and employees’ rights laws that they are very experienced at litigating. These include such practices as workers’ compensation law and medical malpractice law. They are also very good at handling wrongful death and defective product legal claims. The attorneys at the Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C law practice are also experienced at recovering unpaid wages for a client.

For those that require more information about Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. Attorneys at Law, they can refer to their website. The website also lists several ways for victims to contact them to schedule a free initial accident consultation with them.

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

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. - Savannah
Tim Derrickson
(888) 579-1790
tderrickson@attorneykennugent.com
1 Bull St #400, Savannah, GA 31401

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