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Savannah Personal Injury Attorney

You could be entitled to a financial settlement or award after an unexpected accident in Savannah, GA. Hiring an attorney can help you hold negligent parties accountable and maximize your recovery. At Hasner Law, our Savannah personal injury lawyers will put decades of experience to work for you and fight to get you the money you deserve.

Contact our Savannah law firm to schedule a free consultation with our compassionate and caring legal team. 

What our clients are saying

This has been a good experience with Hanser Law. My medical bills were expensive after my accident in February. Hansner Law reduced my medical bills down to zero. Everyone in Law Firm had great communication during the pending process. With my first time experiencing anything like this. They taught me how to the process works so now I have the knowledge. They fight hard for the clients.

Vincent W.

Let me preface this by saying, I am not an easy person to work with. That statement is especially true when I am hurting and my family is suffering. The Hasner Law Group put my family and I first. Going through the process for over a year, they were always there to ensure that I had what I needed to take care of my wife and daughter. Whenever I had questions, they answered them in a timely manner. When I had concerns or was uneasy about the process, they were able to ease my mind. Communication is key to any relationship and they made sure I never felt alone. Thank you so much for all your hard work and dedication to my case. God bless you all.

Rees C.

This firm has given me the ability to focus on my healing and recovery. Being referred by another attorney based on his personal experience with Hasner Law firm gave me an immediate sense of their excellent reputation and I must agree. The attorneys and paralegals, and staff are compassionate professionals focused on the care and recovery of their clients.

I feel as if Stephen, Judy, and Melissa are family now. I know and trust they have me and my best interest included first in every step of the process. I couldn’t be in better hands.

Patti W.

Experienced, Passionate Attorneys On Your Side

One of the most important things you can do after getting in an accident in Savannah is contact an experienced personal injury lawyer. At Hasner Law, we care for our clients’ wellbeing and fight for them so they can focus on recovery. 

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Representing All Injury Victims in Savannah

At Hasner Law, we know that any accident has the potential to change the course of your life forever. So, it doesn’t matter how you got hurt or who is responsible for your injuries. Our team will be there to advocate for you from start to finish. We represent clients in all personal injury matters in Savannah, including:

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Savannah, Georgia Accident Statistics

Given the fact that, in addition to being a great place to live, Savannah is a popular destination for tourists. So, it might not be surprising to learn that traffic accidents are fairly common in the area. In fact, over the past few years, accidents have been happening more frequently.

In 2013, there were 12,393 car accidents in Savannah and Chatham County. By 2017, crashes had surged by more than 21 percent – for a total of 15,063. 

While accidents have happened more frequently, the number of fatal crashes fluctuated. In 2013, there were 44 fatal accidents in Chatham County. Fatalities peaked at 54 in 2015, only to reach the lowest level in years in 2017, when 29 people were killed.


Sharing Fault Can Affect Your Financial Award

Following an accident, no one will want to accept responsibility. So, be prepared for other parties to point fingers. They might even point them at you. While sharing some of the blame for an accident won’t automatically bar a financial recovery, it can significantly affect how much money you can get.

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Under Georgia’s comparative negligence rules, your ability to recover compensation is directly linked to your role in an accident. The larger your role, the less money you can eventually recover. That’s because your damages will be reduced by however much fault you share. If you’re assigned 40 percent of the blame, your damages will be reduced by 40 percent. In turn, you’ll be able to recover up to 60 percent of your financial losses.

Keep in mind that you will not be entitled to a financial recovery if you are assigned more than 49 percent of the blame for your accident.

Hasner Law will stand up for you and do everything in our power to minimize your role in the accident. We’ll search for evidence that clearly shifts blame to other parties – and away from you.

You Have a Limited Time to File a Claim Don’t Hesitate To Contact A Lawyer

Do not delay in calling an experienced Savannah personal injury lawyer after you’ve been involved in an accident. While you may be entitled to compensation, you will only have a short period of time to assert your rights and demand the money you deserve. The statute of limitations applicable to your case really depends on what type of claim you file.

Personal Injury Lawsuit: In Georgia, the statute of limitations for most personal injury lawsuits is two years from the date of your injury.

Government Claim: The city of Savannah, Chatham County, or the state of Georgia could potentially be liable for your injuries. If you pursue money from the government, you’ll have to do so quickly. These special claims must be filed within 12 months of the date of your accident.

Workers’ Compensation Claim: If you were injured at work, you could qualify for workers’ compensation insurance benefits. In addition to notifying your employer within 30 days, you must submit a formal claim for benefits within one year of the date of your accident.

In some cases, the statute of limitations can be tolled. This basically means that it is paused due to some extenuating circumstance in your case. However, it is important to never assume that you’ll have extra time to file a claim. By speaking with a lawyer right away, you can preserve your rights and protect your ability to secure a meaningful financial award.

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Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Savannah Personal Injury Lawyers

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident in Savannah, GA, Hasner Law might be able to help you secure a financial award. Give our Savannah law office a call today to schedule a free initial case assessment. Our team can review your case, explain your legal options, and answer any questions you have.

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