Here’s a typical scenario: Your case is settled, yet you’re getting calls and letters from medical providers saying that they haven’t been paid even though you instructed your attorney to pay those bills out of your settlement. Obviously, there is something wrong, and your medical bills aren’t getting paid. So what do you do? Take… Read More

Have you been fired by your own attorney? You sought out an attorney because you believed – and still believe – that you deserve compensation for your pain and suffering. So what do you do next? Your personal injury case doesn’t just go away when you lose your attorney. Luckily for you, Cohen & Sinowski,… Read More

Have you been injured in an accident that was the result of someone’s negligence or wrong-doing? If so, it’s important for you to visit both a doctor and a lawyer, so you can secure just compensation later for your medical bills, lost wages, and any other related financial losses. The auto accident attorneys at Cohen… Read More

The Atlanta personal injury law firm is now located north of Atlanta in a larger space ATLANTA, GA (June 8, 2017) – Cohen & Sinowski, P.C., a personal injury law firm specializing in car accident litigation, recently relocated to Marietta, a suburb northwest of Atlanta. The office, located on Trammel Street, is now open for… Read More

Personal injury cases vary greatly in terms of the amount of damages that can be claimed. For example, a person might get hurt stepping on a slippery step, which then causes the victim to suffer from a slipped disc and related back pain. This case offers the ability to claim greater damages because of medical… Read More

Most lawyers know nearly every medical provider in their area, and therefore, they have had dealings with each in the past. Many medical providers have relationships with lawyers to whom they will send their bills. Their lawyers will send notice to your legal representation that the medical provider maintains a lien at law for the… Read More

“I do not want to use my own insurance; the other person was at fault.” When one of our clients says this phrase, what they really mean is, they’re afraid their rates will go up if they use their insurance even if the accident was caused by the other person involved. The Atlanta lawyers at… Read More

Everyone thinks they have a full-coverage auto policy, when in reality they don’t. The truth is there is no such thing as “full coverage” in an auto policy. The state of Georgia requires a minimum mandatory coverage of liability, which currently breaks down to 25/50/25. This means that: 25: One person can collect a maximum… Read More

Simply put, Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) insurance covers the difference between the actual value of your car if it’s totaled and the balance owed on your financing. GAP insurance is good if you finance or lease a car, but you do pay a premium for protection. Here are some examples: You buy a car at… Read More

Get advice from the car accident lawyers at Cohen & Sinowski, P.C. in Atlanta If you feel injured, hurt or just off after a car accident, you should seek treatment and be treated until your doctor says you are back in full health. So when should you seek treatment following an Atlanta car accident? Right… Read More