Savannah, GA Injury Lawyers
Experienced Legal Representation for Accident Victims in The Hostess City
What do you do after an auto accident? Where do you turn if someone you trusted, like your doctor or your landlord, puts you in danger? How can you pay your bills if an employer or insurance company won’t step up to the plate after an accident?
These are questions that real people and families in Georgia face every day. In a perfect world, the answer would be simple: Just ask the person who hurt you to pay their fair share of your damages. After all, if their careless actions (or inaction) are responsible for your losses, why should you pay for them?
But this isn’t a perfect world, and insurance companies make the struggle for justice so much harder.
In fact, if you’ve submitted a claim for compensation after an accident, injury, or wrongful death, you’ve likely gotten one of three responses: (1) an unfair denial of your claim, (2) an offer to pay you way less money than you really deserve, or (3) no timely response at all.
Those are all as unacceptable as they are common. There is good news, though: Our Savannah, GA personal injury attorneys can help.
You don’t have to fight injustice on your own. Let us take a firm stand on your side. Our job is to get you as much money as possible for your claim, and we’re good at what we do. Get experience and passion on your side. Call T. Madden & Associates, P.C. today.
How Personal Injury Litigation Works
The process of personal injury litigation involves investigation, negotiation, and if necessary, preparation for trial.
Our Savannah personal injury lawyers have been at work in Georgia for a long time. The major insurance companies are aware of our reputation for aggressive advocacy, and as a result, we are often able to settle our clients’ cases out of court.
That’s a big advantage for everyone. Private settlements save you money, spare you time, and preserve your peace of mind.
Insurance companies are more willing to settle when they’re up against a tough and experienced negotiator. Indeed, studies show that personal injury victims fare better when they have a strong lawyer on their side.
But while we are able to successfully settle the majority of cases in our clients’ favor, settlement can’t always produce the best result. At the end of the day, our goal is to achieve your best available outcome. If we have to take the defendants and their insurance companies to court to do that, we are ready, willing, and able.
How Much Can I Recover?
A typical financial recovery in a personal injury action might include compensation for:
- Physical pain and suffering
- Emotional suffering
- Hospital costs and other medical bills
- Out-of-pocket expenses for medical supplies, medication, etc.
- The cost of physical rehabilitation, psychological therapy, nursing, etc.
- Lost income due to time away from work
- Loss of future income
- Loss of use of a bodily function or talent
- Loss of a loved one’s financial or emotional support
- Property damage
- Punitive damages (in extreme cases)
- Any other losses that are incurred as a result of the defendant’s negligence
Naturally, the specific amount available in your case will depend on a number of important factors. It’s impossible to guarantee particular outcomes, but we’d be happy to talk about your potential recovery. Just give us a call!
Our Practice Areas in Savannah
With decades of experience behind us, our firm is in thorough and effective command of every facet of accident litigation. The Savannah, GA personal injury lawyers at T. Madden & Associates, P.C. are ready to help victims with:
- Auto accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Brain injury cases
- Defective medications & other products
- Dog bites
- Head, neck, or spinal injury cases
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Negligent security
- Pedestrian injuries
- Premises liability
- Railroad accidents
- Slip and fall
- Truck accidents
- Wrongful death
- Much more
Take Action Right Away: Free Consultation with Our Georgia Law Firm
T. Madden & Associates, P.C. will not charge you unless and until we get you money. You have nothing to lose. But remember: Strict statutory time limits do apply to personal injury claims in Georgia. The earlier we can get started, the better.
Contact our Savannah personal injury attorneys and ask for a free consultation right away.