Experienced Trial Attorneys Fighting for the Injured
Over 30 Years of Fighting for The Injured in Georgia & Across The Nation

Savannah Personal Injury Attorneys

Tough Litigators Who Fight for Your Rights in Georgia

It can feel like you have to rebuild your entire life when you are injured in an accident. From medical expenses to long periods of rehabilitation, this is a stressful time that is made all the more frustrating when the accident was someone else’s fault. As the victim of a car or truck accident, medical malpractice, victim of sexual abuse, or defective product, you are entitled to seek compensation from those responsible through a personal injury claim. This compensation is intended to help you deal with many of the challenges you are now facing.

Trying to navigate the legal system when you’re already dealing with the fallout of an accident may seem like a headache you don’t need. Thankfully, you do not have to go through this alone. At Tate Law Group, LLC, our experienced Savannah personal injury lawyers provide counsel and guidance to victims of accidents throughout Chatham County and the surrounding Georgia communities.

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Successful Verdicts & Settlements

Millions of Dollars Recovered for the Injured

  • Tractor Trailer Injury $19,000,000
  • Nationwide Pharmaceutical Liability Resolution $18,000,000
  • Georgia Industrial Disaster Recovery $13,100,000
  • Chatham County Jury Verdict $10,000,000
  • Nationwide Pharmaceutical Liability Resolution $5,000,000
  • Nationwide Pharmaceutical Liability Resolution $5,000,000
  • Medical Malpractice Verdict $3,900,000
  • Personal Injury Involving Traumatic Brain Injuries $2,300,000
  • Maine Wrongful Death Recovery $2,200,000
  • Florida Wrongful Death Recovery $2,100,000

Our Experienced Legal Team

Tough Litigators Fighting for You
  • Mark A. Tate
  • Andrew Zemany
  • Mark A. Tate Mark A. Tate

    Trial Attorney

    Savannah, Georgia’s nationally acclaimed trial lawyer, Mark Tate, has over 30 years of experience in the field of civil litigation. Mark began his career as a defense attorney. But his true passion quickly compelled him to represent individuals instead of large organizations. Mark’s record of multi-million dollar victories for his clients distinguishes him as a true advocate.

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    • Andrew Zemany Andrew Zemany

      Trial Attorney

      In 2018, Andrew joined Tate Law Group where he dedicates his practice to serious personal injury, premises liability, and wrongful death. He currently serves as the Savannah Food Frenzy representative for the Young Lawyers Division and was elected to board member of the Telfair Museums’ William Jay Society.
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    the importance of Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Personal injury claims have often been misrepresented in the media as “frivolous.” For the people who have actually been affected by an accident, these claims are anything but. An injury can render you unable to work while trying to find ways to pay for medical expenses. Some people become permanently disabled, and may never be able to do some of the things they used to do.

    Fighting for compensation for an injury isn’t about greed – it’s about finding a way forward through one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. Many people think of car accidents or slip and falls when they hear personal injury, but virtually any injury that is caused by the negligence of another party can qualify. You could even be injured in your own home after buying a defective product, and the manufacturers of that product should be held accountable for your pain and suffering

    Attorneys Invested in You

    You need someone who will listen carefully to your story and help you pursue the damages you deserve; money that will help you get your life back! The Tate Law Group is an award-winning, nationally-recognized team of personal injury attorneys in Savannah. We work closely with our clients and learn how this accident has affected their lives so that we can aggressively fight for what they need in court.

    Our team has litigated hundreds of cases and received damage awards totaling over $100 Million on our clients’ behalf in numerous courts of law since 2007. Our experience and tenacity have helped victims of accidents find a way forward.

    About Savannah

    Savannah was founded by the British in 1733 and served as Georgia’s first capital when the territory achieved statehood. Savannah is the county seat of Chatham County and is the state’s oldest city. It is also one of Georgia’s largest communities, with a population of 147,780 as of 2020. Savannah’s downtown area is one of the most expansive National Historic Landmark Districts in the United States and offers a diverse array of parks and points of interest. Local attractions include River Street, the Owens-Thomas House, the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, and the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences. Our team at Tate Law Group, LLC is proud to offer our personal injury services to the people of Savannah.

    Call our friendly staff today at (912) 333-3915 and get started on your journey to justice!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Q:How do I know if I have a personal injury case?

      A:There are four elements you must prove in order to file a personal injury lawsuit in Georgia. 1) Duty of Care: The party that caused your injury must owe you a duty of care. For example, every motorist is legally required to operate their vehicle in a reasonably safe manner. Likewise, a property owner is responsible to keep their premises safe from hazards. 2) Breach of duty: It must be proved that the person who caused your injury breached the duty of reasonable care owed to you. 3) Causation of Damages: Another critical element for a personal injury case is that the actions of the negligent party directly caused you to suffer damages or loss. 4) Proof of Harm: The final element of any personal injury case is demonstrating the extent of the harm suffered by you, the plaintiff. It's best to schedule a free case evaluation with an experienced personal injury lawyer to know for sure what your options are.

    • Q:How long do I have to file a personal injury lawsuit in Georgia?

      A:To recover compensatory damages through a personal injury case, you must file your lawsuit within the statute of limitations. In Georgia, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is two years from the date the injury occurred or was discovered (within a reasonable time). For motor vehicle collisions, the date of injury is much more obvious, since it can be linked to a specific accident. For cases of medical malpractice, it can be more difficult, since symptoms may take months or even years to present themselves. It's important to contact an attorney as soon as possible after your injury was discovered so that your right to compensation is protected.

    • Q:How much is my personal injury case worth?

      A:The value of an injury claim is directly related to the amount of damages you have sustained, including both economic damages and pain and suffering. The more you have lost, the more compensation you are entitled to. However, even seemingly minor injuries can have unintended and long-term consequences, so it’s best to have an experienced attorney review your case before accepting an offer from the at-fault party or their insurance provider.

    • Q:How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?

      A:Bringing your case to Tate Law Group does not cost any out-of-pocket expenses. We offer free initial consultations and operate on a contingency fee basis. That means all legal fees and expenses will be taken out of your final recovery, whether you receive a settlement or jury verdict. A typical contingency fee is 33%.

    • Q:Will I have to go to court?

      A:Only about 5% of personal injury cases ever go to court. Trials are lengthy and expensive, so both parties are usually motivated to find an amicable resolution outside court. However, if there is a dispute about fault or liability, or you believe the offered settlement isn’t enough to compensate you for damages, it may be in your best interest to go to trial.

    Client Testimonials

    Our Clients Come First
    • “Thank you for your work on my case, your guidance, and helping to keep me calm and comfortable at mediation.”

      - Jill
    • “Mr. Tate and his firm are very well organized and friendly. The first time I visited the office of Tate Law Group I felt very welcomed and important.”

      - Carla
    • “He kept my husband and I very well informed and did exactly what he said he would do.”

      - Former Client
    • “This all resulted in a positive outcome for us, both legally and emotionally. Thanks.”

      - Eric
    • “This has been a very long three years, but everyone stayed the course, and the hard work paid off.”

      - Edward