Savannah Personal Injury Attorney
Comprehensive Representation for the Injured
Have you been injured by someone else’s negligence? Have you lost
a loved one because of someone else’s mistake? Whatever the case
may be, you have the right to pursue compensation. Our Savannah personal
injury attorney can help you pursue justice.
Discuss your case with us today by calling (770) 285-5542
contacting us online.
Types of Cases We Handle
At Herbert Chestnut & Associates, we are passionate about representing
accident victims and their families.
We take on personal injury cases involving:
Car accidents: If you suffered a catastrophic injury in a car accident caused by someone
else, Herbert Chestnut & Associates can help you pursue a claim and
hold them accountable. We’ll conduct a thorough investigation into
the accident to determine fault and pursue the compensation you deserve.
Wrongful death: Did you lose a loved one due to someone else’s negligence? Your
family is paying the price for someone’s mistake, and you deserve
to be compensated appropriately. Our firm can help you pursue a wrongful
death claim. The compensation you obtain can help cover funeral expenses,
lost income, lost companionship, and other damages.
By filing a personal injury or wrongful death claim, you may be able to
recover compensation for the damages you have suffered.
Potential damages in these kinds of claims include:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Future medical needs
- Lost future earning potential
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium (in wrongful death)
At Herbert Chestnut & Associates, we have access to industry experts
– including accident reconstructionist, medical professionals, and
forensic scientists – who can help us determine fault and build
a compelling case on your behalf.
We encourage you to schedule a
free consultation with our firm so we can assess your case and determine if you have a valid
claim. From there, we can review your options and discuss how to proceed.
Savannah personal injury attorneys at (770) 285-5542
now to get started.