Know the Law, Be Tenacious, Find a Way To Win
Personal Injury Trial Practice and Litigation
Carson Law has 27 years' experience litigating and trying personal injury cases in Georgia courts. Chip has represented both defendants (insurance defense) and plaintiffs, in large loss catastrophic cases. Why do you want a lawyer who represents both sides? Because that lawyer knows the arguments to be made on both sides, is better prepared and gets better results. Chip has litigated and tried cases on both sides of the fence, knows what to look for in the opposition and can better react.
Over turn every stone: Success in person injury is largely dependent on preparation of the case. Do you have all the facts. Have you found all the witnesses and know what they will say? Success at trial is 99% preparation. Preparation starts from day one. Wait too long and the evidence will go stale, or go missing.
Know the law: Proving your case means knowing the law; what elements need to be proved. What evidence gets in, what evidence should be kept out.
Be tenacious: Work every case from the beginning as if it is going to trial. Many lawyers don't like to try their cases, it takes a lot of time and energy. The simple truth is you get your best result, trial or not when the case is headed to trial.
Find a way to win: Winning involves all of the above but it also involves passion and believing in your client's case. Finding the way to win is about believing in your client's case and finding the authentic message that sells your case to the ultimate decision maker, whether that is the jury, the opposing lawyer or insurance representative.
Carson Law represents and has represented individuals and business entities in the following types of personal injury related cases:
- Automobile accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Premises Liability