Vigorously Pursuing The Damages You Deserve
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in Georgia reports that on average, 112,202 Georgians are injured in car accidents each year – Chatham County is in the top 10 Georgia counties with fatalities. Car accidents can happen in the blink of an eye and often have devastating results. If you are one of the thousands of Georgians injured in car accidents, having an experienced lawyer to guide you can make all the difference in your case.
At the Savannah firm of Andrews & Sanders Law Offices, our lawyers help car accident victims and their families pursue the monetary damages they need. We will fight for financial compensation to cover medical bills accrued from surgeries or other procedures needed as a result of your accident. Our lawyers will go the extra mile to make sure you do not suffer additionally after your car accident.
Let Us Do The Talking For You
After any car accident, the insurance companies that may be financially responsible will do everything in their power to reduce their exposure to liability. If you have been injured in a car accident, it is important to not let your own insurance company or the other driver’s insurer take advantage of you by accepting an inadequate settlement or making statements to adjusters.
You should contact a lawyer before talking to anyone about the circumstances of your accident or the extent of your injuries. We will carefully evaluate all aspects of your case before recommending a course of action. If you do not have a knowledgeable attorney on your side, it is all too easy to fall victim a second time — this time to an insurance company. Choose an ally who knows the laws and what should and should not be said when protecting your rights to a claim.
Contact Us During Your Difficult Time
If you have lost a loved one in a car accident, you have our deepest condolences. We understand that you are going through a heartbreaking situation and may be unsure about whether you want to pursue a wrongful death claim. We will answer any questions you may have and hold the responsible party accountable if you decide to proceed.