Car Accidents

Savannah Car Accident Attorney

Injured in a Car Crash? You May Be Owed Compensation!

Car accidents are an unfortunately common reality on Georgia roads, resulting in millions of dollars in property damage and injury claims each year. If you or a loved one suffered injuries in a car accident, the time is now to seek legal guidance from a qualified personal injury attorney. A knowledgeable legal advocate like Attorney Scot Kraeuter can help reduce the amount of financial responsibility you face as you recover from your injuries and hold all negligent parties accountable for your losses.

At Scot Kraeuter Personal Injury Law, our dedicated and hardworking injury Savannah car accident lawyer is ready to help you pursue compensation and get your life back after a motor vehicle crash. Our firm fights tirelessly to help our clients secure the compensation they are owed for damages including medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. With over 20 years of experience in personal injury law, our attorney has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injured Georgians.


Injured? Contact our car accident attorney in Savannah for a free consultation!


Georgia's Comparative Fault Car Accident Law

Under Georgia law, compensation for car accident injuries is determined by comparative fault. This means that the injured can recover financial damages if they are less than 50% at fault for the accident. Compensation is reduced by the percentage they are found to be at fault. It is important to work with a seasoned Savannah car accident lawyer with an in-depth understanding of the law to help you better understand the damages you are able to recover.

Our firm represents victims of car accidents caused by:

  • Distracted driving
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Driving while fatigued
  • Failure to abide by the rules of the road
  • Reckless driving
  • Speeding
  • Unsafe road conditions
  • Vehicle design defects

What is Georgia's Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents?

Every state differs on the time-frame that an individual has to file an injury claim after they have been harmed due to negligence. In Georgia, the statute of limitations for car accident claims is two years. This means that if an individual does not file a claim before the time limit, their case will not be seen and they will not be eligible to receive compensation for their injuries, losses, or pain and suffering.

Georgia Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents

We're Not Afraid to Take on Big Insurance Companies

A personal injury claim needs to be filed with the court within two years from the date of the accident in order for a victim to be eligible to recover damages in Georgia. Time is of the essence. While it may seem simple to resolve a car accident case on your own, insurance companies never have your best interests in mind.

Attorney Scot Kraeuter is not afraid to take on insurance companies and their legal teams. We will fight for your best interests, whether that means doing so inside or outside of court.


Call Scot Kraeuter Personal Injury Law at (912) 209-6513 to schedule a free consultation with our Savannah car accident attorney.


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from Real Clients

  • I like people to ask questions

    “Mr Kraeuter is great at his job. I was involved in an auto accident. He talked with me several times giving advice as to what the best things to do would be. He told me more than once he likes people ...”

    - Scott
  • I am appreciative and grateful to have had Scot Kraeuter as my lawyer.

    “I was terrified of hiring a lawyer after my car wreck, however Scot, Martin, and the entire legal staff gave me a great sense of relief due to their patience, kindness, and explanation of the legal ...”

    - Danyelle K.
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    “I'm just glad he had someone to fight for him...”

    - Crystal
  • They treated us like family. I would never use any other firm.

    “By far the best I have ever had the opportunity to work with. Scott helped my family after my mother was killed by an impaired driver. They treated us like family. I would never use any other firm. ...”

    - Chris
  • He saw me, watched and read my words and reactions.

    “With confidence, he walked me through, looking at all parts of my life, lining them up for my future.”

    - Susan
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