Accomplished Personal Injury Lawyers in Savannah
If you, or a loved one, has recently been in an accident in the Savannah
area and has sustained an injury – you may be entitled to compensation.
The attorneys in our Savannah office can help determine what your legal
avenues are and what options you should consider.
Morgan & Morgan is
known nation-wide for fighting zealously for the best outcome for our
clients. Our attorneys are not quick to settle and prepare every case as
if it is going to court. Our personal injury attorneys utilize medical
and financial experts to determine all damages that you have incurred as
well as any expenses you can expect to pay in the future due to your
Our Savannah office has the feel and personal touch of a small firm, but
with the backing and resources of a well respected national
organization. For decades, Morgan & Morgan has litigated cases
across the US, winning millions of dollars for our clients. While each
case is different, and results do vary, our attorneys are here to fight
for you so that you can receive the compensation you deserve. Schedule a free case
Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:
Should I File a Lawsuit?
Injuries can be devastating. They can put you out of work, cause you to
fall behind on your bills, and can be a source of stress for you and
your family. A lawsuit may get you monetary compensation for the
injuries you have suffered.
Legal action could be your chance to be made
whole again after someone else’s carelessness. You should not be left to
suffer because someone else failed to adhere to a normal standard of
care and as a result, exposed you or a loved one to the risk of injury,
illness, or death.
Many people become overwhelmed immediately following a debilitating
injury or death of a loved one. The first step in the process is to
grieve and start to heal. The lawyers at Morgan & Morgan’s Savannah
office are known for their professionalism and caring touch when dealing
with the loss of a loved one.
They understand that while monetary
compensation will never be able to bring your loved ones back or fully
heal your injuries, it can relieve many of the financial burdens and the
stresses of being the victim of an accident. You could be compensated
- Ongoing medical treatments
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Loss of wages
- Lost earning capacity
- Home modification
- Physical therapy
Monetary compensation can bring stability to you and your family during
a stressful and turbulent time. It’s important to understand that each
case is different and results do vary. On occasion, courts may find that
you are also entitled to punitive damages for your loss. Punitive
damages are monetary awards that can best be thought of as a punishment
meant to deter others from behaving in the same way as the guilty party.
Why Do I Need an Attorney?
Every case is different and only a qualified licensed attorney can help
you determine whether or not your case has merit. If you have been the
victim of an accident, your first step should be to seek medical
attention. The second step should be to consult an attorney. The quicker
you contact an attorney, the easier it is for them to represent you.
They can coordinate with your doctor or the hospital, speak to
witnesses, the police, and opposing parties.
Most personal injury claims in Georgia are based on the theory of
A qualified attorney can help you understand if the other party was
negligent. For example:
If a local shop fails to clean up a spill, although they had been
informed it was there and the staff had enough time to clean the spill
but did not.
In medical cases, there may be negligence when a doctor fails to order
a specific test and misses a diagnosis when a reasonable doctors in a
similar situation would have performed that test.
What Does It Cost to Bring a Lawsuit?
All of our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. This means that
you don’t pay anything unless the attorney gets a favorable outcome.
Your attorney will go over everything with you in writing so you
understand how it all works before he or she starts to work on your
case. Contact us today by filling out a free case
evaluation to learn more.