Attorney Harold J Cronk Putting One Hand on the Stair Rail

Harold J. Cronk graduated from Armstrong Atlantic University for his undergraduate degree and then went on to graduate from Mercer University School of Law in 1986. 

Harold has over 30 years of experience in private practice and has helped many clients with their criminal defense and personal injury cases. He worked for a period of time for Jones Boykin & Associates in the 1980s and gained experience in personal injury and car wrecks with them. He has tried hundreds of cases for his clients and always strives to get positive legal results. He values your rights under the law and wants to make sure you understand all of the legal implications surrounding your case. When you are accused of a crime, he wants you to put your faith in him to reduce your sentence or even get your charges dropped altogether.

He started his own firm in 1996 and has been working for the people in the Savannah, Georgia on their personal injury cases since. An experienced and aggressive attorney who is well versed in criminal defense and personal injury, and knows the ins and outs of his practice to get the best chance at full compensation for his clients. 

Shielding my clients from the insurance company and saving them the hassle of having to deal with them alone. I'm on my client's side and want to be on yours too.

Born and raised in the Savannah, Georgia community, Harold J. Cronk has strong ties to the community and is involved with a number of volunteer work that he is involved in. He values community and family.

On days that he isn't fighting for full compensation or finding an agreeable settlement for his client, Harold Cronk likes to go boating and spend time with his family. Always ready to help out in his community when needed and enjoying working on a number of projects in the place he calls home. 

Harold's personal injury practice includes cases involving wrongful death, slip and falls, nursing home neglect, auto accidents, construction injuries, and more. For these cases, Harold works on a contingency basis, which means that until you receive financial compensation through a verdict or settlement, you don’t owe anything.

Harold also works with his criminal defense clients, including those charged with DUI/DWI, drug crimes, theft, burglary, assault, and probation violation charges. He is well-versed in gathering evidence that can change the way the court makes a decision on your sentence and/or penalty.