Meet Bradley Robinson
Bradley Robinson is a personal injury attorney in Savannah. Bradley was born in Atlanta, GA and raised in Valdosta, GA. He relocated to Florida for law school and, at the Florida Coastal School of Law, was elected to the Legislative Committee for the Student Bar Association for two years. This honor would lay the groundwork for an incredibly successful career to date as one of Farah and Farah’s top litigation attorneys.
Before coming to Farah & Farah, Bradley was a prosecutor/supervisor with the State Attorney’s Office for the 5th Judicial Circuit in Florida for six years. There, he prosecuted a wide variety of cases, ranging from misdemeanors to murder. He has tried well over 50 jury trials and with licenses in both Georgia and Florida, continues to take on new cases across each state. With all of his experience in the courtroom, Bradley is never afraid to take charge and lead a case towards maximum recovery for his clients.
Taking the Case to the End to Get the Fullest for My Clients
Farah and Farah gives me the freedom to use my time as I see fit which I find advantageous because I’m willing to put in the time and effort to bring a case to a favorable conclusion. I’m not scared of a complex case and I’m not scared to go to trial. I’ve tried a lot of cases in my time and love doing it because it’s something I’m good at. I have good relationships with the defense attorneys because that’s how you can generally get more done for your client. But when I find that the defense doesn’t see eye-to-eye with everything we’re asking for, I’m absolutely prepared to take the case in front of a jury.
I’ve had cases where a mediator suggested we take a far lesser amount than what we’d asked for just because they’d seen something similar in the past. Well, that’s not how I operate. I’m willing to go to the end to get every cent and not settle for anything less than everything my client deserves.
Others Might Have Turned You Down, But I’m Willing To Fight
Because I have handled so many different types of accident cases, I tend to handle the more complex or what can seem like difficult cases. Other law firms may have turned you down before, but I look forward to taking on the challenge. A slip and fall case I had against a retail giant had the defense team refusing to budge; but, by being persistent, I was able to help secure so much more than what they’d offered—almost two million dollars in total. I spent the first part of my career as a criminal prosecutor but came over to this side where I get to fight for accident victims because of how much more I can do for my client.
At the end of the day, my work is about making sure my clients are happy. Happy with how I’m handling their case and what I get to do for them. I don’t want anyone to have to make a legal decision because someone else forced their hand. Rather, I’m a legal counselor who gets to show you the pros and cons of a decision and the potential outcomes for your case. My clients get the benefit of my legal expertise but they still get to make their own decision, knowing I’ve got their backs no matter what. If my client isn’t happy with the offer that’s presented to them by the insurance company, we’ll take it all the way to court to get the best compensation we can.
My Office is In Savannah, But I Handle Cases Across Florida and Georgia
Being barred both in Georgia and Florida definitely has its advantages. Although the laws can be quite different even in similar cases, my experience in both states makes me that much better as an accident attorney. So whether you’re from Savannah and injured in Atlanta, or from Macon and hurt on the beach in Florida, I can handle your case even across state lines.
If I’m not busy working on my next case at Farah and Farah in Savannah, you can bet that I’ll be in the company of my wonderful wife and two daughters. Plant Riverside is a relatively new development in Savannah that we love to go to on weekends but if it’s football season you can be sure I’ll be watching the Georgia Bulldogs or my alma mater, the Georgia Southern Eagles, whenever they play.