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Do You Need Surgery Due To Someone Else’s Negligence?

When someone else’s negligence or an injury at work leads to surgery, you may be eligible for financial compensation to pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. It takes an experienced lawyer to help ensure you are in the best position to recover full compensation for your injuries.

Turn to me, attorney Brad McLelland. Injury cases are all I do. You won’t find me in divorce court one day and handling a criminal case the next. My Georgia law practice is focused exclusively on personal injury and workers’ compensation claims. I devote all my energy, time and resources to making a difference for people like you — people who really need a strong advocate and a guiding hand on the road to recovery.

Over the past 20-plus years, I have recovered millions of dollars for injured clients in Brunswick, Georgia, and the surrounding communities. This has allowed my clients to pay for many different types of surgical procedures ranging from radiofrequency ablations to discectomies and fusions. The recoveries I have gotten for my clients have afforded them new homes and new automobiles, and allowed them to send their children to college. Even if you do not believe your case is “that big,” no matter; I treat all my clients the same way.

How Will You Make Ends Meet While You’re Unable To Work?

The exorbitant costs and intense pain from a surgery can take a heavy physical, emotional and financial toll on injury victims. When considering the long recovery time for an invasive surgery, you may be unable to return to work for many months or not at all. How will you make ends meet during this time? How will you pay for groceries, the electric bill, your mortgage and other day-to-day expenses?

That’s where I come in. I understand that the costs of surgery do not stop at surgical bills. I will pursue the compensation you need for present and future needs, including lost wages, decreased earning potential, permanent disability, rehabilitation expenses and long-term care costs such as prescription medications.

As a former insurance defense lawyer, I represented powerful insurance companies. I learned how auto, health, workers’ compensation and other insurance entities operate and handle their claims. Today, I use this information to fight for my clients, making sure they receive the benefits they deserve. Whether you were injured in a car crash, by lifting something heavy at work or by tripping over an uneven sidewalk, let me help.

Make Sure To Document As Much As You Can

It’s wise to document your injuries and the circumstances surrounding the accident. Take photos, if possible. Get the names and contact information of witnesses. Keep a journal of your symptoms, and make sure to share the full extent of your problems with your doctor so they will be recorded in your medical record. This type of detailed information will be key when it comes to developing a strong claim.

Let’s Talk About Your Options And How I Can Help

Call my office today at 912-342-0820 to schedule a free consultation. The Law Office of Brad S. McLelland is two doors down from Grandy’s on Cypress Mill Road in Brunswick. I can also meet you at your home, hospital or location of your choice. As for my fees, do not worry. I handle all injury cases on a contingency fee basis. You owe me nothing until I recover compensation for you.