Auto Accident Attorney Kenneth S. Nugent Offers Legal Services In Atlanta

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Georgia based Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C., a successful auto injury attorney, is pleased to bring the benefit of their legal expertise to Atlanta residents. As the firm maintains highly successful branches across the state, they look forward to continuing their stellar services and giving local victims of auto accidents the legal representation that they deserve. The firm offers several professional lawyers that specialize in different legal fields, yet they all share the common goal of delivering a personal and comprehensive service.

Tim Derrickson, a representative of the firm, states, "We take great pride in having been able to represent our clients in Atlanta effectively for many years. We owe a great part of our success to them, who put their trust in us during their most difficult times and are confident that we will represent them effectively. To these remarkable clients who have not doubted us over the years, we affirm that we shall continue to represent them to the best of our ability.”

To celebrate their success, the company has shared some of the key reasons behind its remarkable achievements in Atlanta, as well as other areas. They state that since they always prioritize offering a personal service, they are able to deliver unique strategies that otherwise would not be possible. Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. asserts that this is how they stay ahead of what other firms can offer.

They also offer advice to those looking for an attorney to represent them, noting that there are certain criteria to follow when choosing suitable legal representation for an auto injury case. The single most important aspect to consider, according to Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C., is whether or not the firm regularly handles cases of this type. Clients should weigh the firm’s experience against the expertise and capabilities of other, similar firms.

While it may seem obvious, the Atlanta attorney further states that there are many cases where an individual chooses a given firm simply due to the fact that they have hired their legal services in the past, regardless of the firm’s area of expertise. Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. says that this is partly the fault of the hired firm themselves—the correct response they should take is to refer the client to a more experienced firm instead, one that has a higher likelihood of achieving a positive outcome for the client. This is because firms should always act in their client’s best interests.

Once the capabilities of the law firm have been determined, the client should think about whether or not the firm is able to accommodate their current handicaps, and how well they will be able to adapt based on past cases. They should also determine whether or not the firm is willing to represent their case aggressively, as an insurance company is never going to willingly offer a settlement that encompasses the full extent of the injuries sustained. It is the duty of the attorney to aggressively seek the compensation that their clients are entitled to, and represent them to their best ability.

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. asserts that they embody these traits themselves, adding that this capability and perspective is also what led the firm to the enduring success they have obtained over the years. One of their most recent success stories comes from Malcolm Geller, who says, "My case started almost two years ago. The adjuster at the other company was very difficult to deal with and did not want to provide any kind of compensation for my injuries. My case manager at Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C., Leny Santos, was the one who was constantly calling him, constantly keeping me updated, and always responding whenever I called. I truly think that it's only because of her that I received my settlement when I did. I'm very, very grateful that she worked with me on getting this case settled. Can't recommend this firm enough, as the settlement that I received, thanks to them, finally allowed me to pay the debts I had acquired in medical bills over two years ago—and I still have money to spare."

For more information on the Accident Law Firm, interested parties may contact Tim Derrickson, who will gladly assist prospective clients. Furthermore, those in need of legal representation for their vehicle injury case may visit the firm's main website to schedule an appointment.

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

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.
Tim Derrickson
404-253-5891
tderrickson@attorneykennugent.com
Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. 1355 Peachtree Street, NE Suite 1000 Atlanta GA 30309

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