Meet J. “Lindsey” Corbin
Lindsey Corbin is a Savannah personal injury attorney working at the Farah and Farah office just off Abercorn. With a mountain of experience forged across many practice areas including commercial accident litigation, Lindsey has what it takes to gain a successful outcome when the stakes are high. A long list of multi-million dollar settlements to her credit have consistently placed her as a top performer among her peers.
However, it is her friendly and personable nature that immediately puts clients at ease and lets them know they are in the best of hands. If you’re hurt in an accident in Savannah and you’re not sure what to do next, Lindsey Corbin should be your next call.
Managing a Case Docket Well Takes Experience
Before I even graduated law school, I jumped straight into advocating for people who really needed help. That first experience in family law at the Center for Legal and Social Justice was the foundation for a career centered around guiding people through tough situations. I’ve been fortunate to see many different areas of law along my career.
I’ve worked as a social security attorney where I drew up cases from inception all the way through hearings, and even the appeals process, to help my clients get the benefits they deserved. I’ve also managed complex product liability cases, class actions, sexual abuse claims, medical malpractice, and even a few policy brutality and discrimination cases.
Concentrating on Vehicle Accident & Premises Liability Cases
But the core of my experience lies in commercial litigation for auto, trucking, and premises liability cases. These types of cases are high-stakes because the other side is typically a large corporate entity with their own team of in-house attorneys.
I’ve never been one to back down from a challenge. All of my experience has taught me that preparation is everything. From depositions and hearings to motion work and trial-related tasks, each action is a piece of the puzzle that allows us to seek the maximum compensation available under the law.
When I prepare a case, I aim to know that case file better than anyone else. While law school does a great job of teaching aspiring lawyers the basics, there’s still a lot to learn by doing it for yourself. A client may need to be coached about how best to go through medical treatment or in what they should or shouldn’t do during a trial. Setting the strategy is something I do well simply because I’ve successfully taken my clients through the process so many times.
My Single Greatest Passion Is Helping People
With every case I take on, I always have the same mindset. I want to treat my client just like I’d treat my own mother if she needed legal help.
I make client communication a priority because as their counselor, I know how tough this situation can be. Talking with my clients, crying with them, and celebrating the victories is a great feeling, and what makes what I do so important to me. If my client calls me, I’ll call them back. That’s just who I am and how I operate.
Something I truly excel at in the process is getting to the truth. The deposition process allows us the opportunity to interact directly with the other side and the individuals who can make or break a case. Because I’m a female, I feel sometimes I can be underestimated—which is actually a huge strength. I’ve done this long enough to be able to dance around someone who isn’t prepared or who tries to lie their way through a deposition. That experience lets me get what I need throughout each stage of the process to secure the best possible outcome for my client.
Another Firm Said You Don’t Have a Case? Let’s Talk!
There’s a case I’ll never forget where a client came to us and even my previous firm’s managing attorney didn’t think it was worth pursuing. Often, if a case is seen as too difficult, a firm may simply turn it down. In this case, I knew the client needed my help and I was prepared to go as far as I needed to go to get him the compensation he deserved.
My client was a blue collar worker who was left with a significant brain injury and couldn’t walk after his cement truck rolled over in a one-car wreck. The case seemed open and closed and everyone wanted to put the blame on my client for causing the accident.
Giving up isn’t in my DNA so I kept digging. I got a subpoena for the traffic records from the Texas Department of Transportation and started putting the pieces together that turned the case on its head. My research found that the construction of the roadway didn’t follow the engineering plans which proved my client wasn’t at-fault for his accident. One month into the trial, and the other side agreed to a $20 million settlement.
Bottom line, if you’ve heard from another law firm that you don’t have a case, call my office and we’ll see what options may still be available.
There’s Something Truly Special About Savannah, GA
When I came to Savannah, I absolutely fell in love with the city and the people here. The rich history and, of course, the iconic Spanish Moss, made this the place I wanted to call home.
If it’s the weekend, I love seeing the sights around town and being near the water. To me, the fact that we also have so many amazing beaches nearby makes it an amazing place to live, work, and play. Now, if it’s football season, I’ll most likely be catching all the college game day action. I’m partial to my alma mater Michigan State, but will watch just about any game that’s on.