Can Undocumented Immigrants Bring Injury Claims?

If you were injured in Georgia and it was someone else's fault, you probably have many questions. How will you pay the bills if you can't work? How will you afford medical care? How can you buy a new car if yours was wrecked? The good news is that a personal injury claim may provide the money you need during this difficult time. It can cover your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

But if you are an immigrant, you may have other questions. You may wonder if you have to be a U.S. citizen to file a personal injury claim. Can you still bring a lawsuit if you only have a green card? What if you are in the country without any documentation at all?

At Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, we understand your worries. Let us set your mind at rest. A person's immigration status is typically not relevant in personal injury cases. Whether you are a lawful permanent resident or not, we encourage you to contact a lawyer. You do have certain rights.

We Have Helped Hundreds Of Families, And We Can Help You, Too

Over the years, our attorneys have represented hundreds of injury victims and their families in Atlanta and beyond. We stand ready to make a difference for you, too. Our firm regularly handles personal injury cases involving all types of injuries and negligence, including:

  • Assaults at ATM machines, apartment buildings or parking lots
  • Police brutality and misconduct
  • Slips, trips and falls on someone else's property
  • Car, truck, motorcycle and pedestrian collisions
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect

Yes, You Can Afford An Attorney

Did you know it doesn't cost you anything upfront to get a lawyer on your side? We charge contingency fees in personal injury cases. This means that our paycheck depends on the results we obtain for you. We get paid only after we recover compensation on your behalf.

Call Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, at 770-901-2666 to set up a free consultation. You can also reach us by email.

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