Free Legal Consultations for Cases in the State of Georgia

8 Responses

  1. Matt's Mom says:

    Wow, too bad I don’t live in Georgia.  I think there should be more states like Georgia that offers free legal consultation.  I know in my case, I would not be able to afford an attorney.  So it would be so nice to get free legal consultation and know what I need to do.  Not that I need an attorney at this moment, but to know I had the option of getting some advice for free.  What a wonderful thing!

    • Alyce says:

      You are correct that every state is very different when it comes to the law. Corales & Woody helps those with cases in Georgia to make sure that each person’s rights are protected. However, if you have a question about a case in another state, it may still hello to call. They might be able to provide a reference to a good attorney in your area.

  2. akborm says:

    Hi there!
    I have read some articles about Georgia before. All are so good to know. So Georgia seems to be a land of goodness. All the good things to happen here. So nice to know this. This is great news that the consultation of legal cases in Georgia is free. Now all the people especially helpless will get so advantage from it. This is a great initiative. Thanks for sharing this

  3. Boniface-AndroidBix says:

    Dear Alyce

    Thanks so much for your informative article. I actually did not know beforehand that there were free legal consultation services left anywhere. That’s a very positive indicator that Corales and Woody Attorneys- Georgia Office- are a reputable law firm that cares for its clients.

    In my location I have a relative who lost his wife in a tragic car accident. The case is still ongoing but there seems to be so many unforeseen hurdles along the way. Months are just passing. How fast, on average, does Corales and Woody take on such cases as this one? Are they able to persuade courts to consider prioritizing such agonizing cases?


    • Alyce says:

      Corales & Woody can start working on those cases right away, but as I understand it (note that I’m not a lawyer), the speed of the settlement usually depends on the insurer’s willingness to settle at an amount that the victim agrees upon. Having a great lawyer helps to ensure that the victim gets a fair settlement. 

      It’s best to consult with the lawyers themselves to get a better idea of what to expect in a specific case. 

  4. Amelita says:

    Hi there. Thank you for providing a quick reference for legal advice. It is always nice to know there is help out there. 

    I do have a question or two. You said that they provide free advice? If I hire them, does that mean that that first consultation will then be charged to me or will it remain free?

    One more question, if I have a family member who needs legal advice, can I seek council for them or would they need to be there?

    Thanks again for this helpful article and your advice on the matter.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Amelita, The consultation remains free, there is no charge for it at any time. You may certainly call to inquire about a case for a friend or family member. I think this is fairly common – especially when someone may be in jail and needs to have someone else to help coordinate things for them. 

  5. Henderson says:

    Wow, I really think it is nice of Marco Corales to set up such a form after having cases like the ones he handles. That way, he can handle them properly and know exactly what problem anyone is facing. I don’t have any legal cases for now but I’ll be sure to check up on this firm when I do. Thanks alot.

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