Award-Winning Savannah Law Firm Dedicated To Getting The Injured The Money They Deserve
- Have you been injured in the Savannah area by another person’s negligence? Spaulding Injury Law represents the injured victims of negligence throughout the state of Georgia and is ready to fight for you.
- We always work towards the maximum compensation and have earned millions in verdicts & settlements for our clients.
- Reputable attorney Theodore Spaulding is recognized in the legal community as one of the top trial attorneys in Savannah. Our peers also acknowledge our practice as one of the best law firms in the state.
- Accident attorneys Theodore Spaulding and Jeremy Hayes are experienced and skilled at resolving complex personal injury matters. They fight diligently to win justice – and compensation – for their clients.
- Every personal injury client receives complete professional courtesy and consideration as well as aggressive, honest legal representation.
The Best Injury Attorneys In Savannah Fighting For The Rights Of Victims
In the state of Georgia, if you are injured because someone else has been careless, after you’ve been treated by a healthcare professional, you will need to speak as quickly as possible with a qualified personal injury attorney from Spaulding Injury Law, located at 100 Bull St. #200, Savannah, GA 31401.
Many personal injuries happen in traffic accidents, but you may also be entitled to compensation if you are injured because:
- A property owner was negligent regarding hazards on a property.
- Someone’s dog or other animal bit or attacked you.
- You were sold a defective consumer product that caused you to be injured.
Here are some questions about accident lawsuits our Savannah office has received in the past:
- What Does It Take To Succeed With A Personal Injury Claim In Savannah?
- How Is A Duty Of Care Defined?
- How Will A Top-Rated Personal Injury Law Firm Handle Your Case?
- Will An Expert’s Testimony Be Needed?
- Will My Personal Injury Case Become A Courtroom Trial?
- Can Employers Be Sued For Work-Related Injuries?
What Does It Take To Succeed With A Personal Injury Claim In Savannah?
In personal injury cases, an injury victim charges that his or her injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence. Victims of negligence are entitled to compensation, but you and your accident attorney must prove these “elements of the case” to prevail with your personal injury claim:
- The defendant (the party presumably liable for the accident and injury) had a “duty of care” to the plaintiff (the accident victim).
- The duty of care was breached by the defendant’s negligence.
- The defendant’s negligence was a direct cause of the plaintiff’s personal injury or injuries.
- The amount of compensation sought by the plaintiff is fair, just, and should be paid by the defendant.
The duty of care is different in different situations. As drivers, for example, we owe a duty to other drivers, their passengers, and pedestrians. It is a duty to drive with reasonable caution and care.
Homeowners owe their visitors only a basic, reasonable duty of care, but for business owners, the duty of care may be more exacting, as businesses must take certain steps to ensure the safety of employees, contractors, clients, and customers.
Product manufacturers must ensure that their products are reasonably safe for the public when used as directed and that adequate instructions and safety warnings are provided to buyers.