SAFETRIP, Inc., an Atlanta-headquartered transportation company that per its website has launched “the world’s first healthcare transportation app with a mission statement that has an emphasis on making medical transportation convenient, comfortable and affordable,” recently announced a unique partnership with Georgia Injury Attorneys, a fast-growing personal injury law firm with offices across the metro Atlanta area. The collaboration is geared towards decreasing patient no-shows via the SAFETRIP mobile app while expanding both provider networks.
The SAFETRIP User app provides four convenient means of transportion for those who are experiencing medical issues both short-term and long term. As noted by its CEO Ja’Nese Jean, the emphasis at SAFETRIP is on affordability and on-demand services. “These previously unmet needs are now fulfilled with specialized EMS vehicles, wheelchair accessible vehicles, vans and premium cars that are also accessible to SAFETRIP app users for prescription pickup and delivery,” commented Jean shortly after the company confirmed its partnership with Georgia Injury Attorneys. “Taxi cabs and apps like UBER and LYFT aren’t equipped well enough to provide transportation with convenience and comfort for those that are ill and ailing. In this scenario, SAFETRIP has convincingly bridged the gap.”
With multiple offices in metro Atlanta, SAFETRIP will act as a concierge service connecting their clients to the appropriate medical fleets, which it predicts will result in more patients making their very important medical appointments in a timely and consistent fashion. “Our research and experience indicate that roughly 25-45% of healthcare appointments are cancelled or changed “day of”,” stated CEO Jean. “If the patient is an accident victim, this creates significant cost and operational complexities for both physicians and attorneys.” SAFETRIP also is known for employing a sound security infrastructure to protect the data of all users and drivers alongside safe driving operations led by COO Jason N. George. “SAFETRIP users can pay for rides with insurance alongside debit and credit cards, which can be beneficial to current Attorney/Physician lien payment processes,” commented Mr. George.
Being the first law firm to add this advanced technology to its list of client benefits, Georgia Injury Attorneys (a division of Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC and Chrisna Jones Law LLC) predicts that it will set a new standard for Attorney/Client/Physician relationships with its own experienced, hands-on approach and partnership with SAFETRIP. Under the leadership of Attorneys Brian Poe and Chrisna Jones, the personal injury boutique law firm envisions the partnership with SAFETRIP as “game-changing”, commented its Chairman Brian Poe. “We pride ourselves in taking a holistic approach to the practice of law, treating our clients with extra care. The innovative app and service provided by SAFETRIP majorly advances the ball further in that direction to our clients’ benefit.”
SAFETRIP’s pioneering app is owned by Ms. Jean, who is one of few black women tech entrepreneurs, and operated by a team of advanced tech engineers. SAFETRIP (www.safetrip.co) is easily accessible on both IOS and Android devices.
Georgia Injury Attorneys (www.injuryattorneys-georgia.com) is a Georgia-based law firm specializing in Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Premises Liability (Slip and Fall), Car Accidents, Trucking Accidents, and Bike Accidents with offices in Atlanta, Buckhead, Decatur and South Fulton (Union City/Fairburn). Recently featured on the cover of Attorney At Law Magazine, its primary staff includes Attorneys Poe, Jones (Managing Partner), Jamie Cox, Troy King, and Senior Paralegal Myoshia Shaw.