Chase Lyndale


Chase Lyndale focuses his legal practice on personal injury, wrongful death, and whistleblower cases. In 2024, he was recognized in the Georgia Rising Stars list.

Before joining Cannella Snyder, Chase practiced law throughout Georgia and in several practice settings. He started his career at a boutique firm in Savannah, representing trucking and shipping companies in personal injury suits for several years. After realizing he could no longer defend the companies injuring people throughout Georgia, Chase moved to Atlanta. There, he was part of a group that helped open the Atlanta office of a prominent southeastern law firm. For two years, Chase represented large Fortune 500 companies in business litigation throughout Georgia.

Work on the defense side gave him invaluable insight into the workings of companies defending personal injury claims. Chase’s experience in high-stakes litigation not only enhanced his ability to apply legal theories to the facts of a case, but also gave him an appreciation of corporate leverage points.

However, he always knew he wanted to work on behalf of people who seek justice for harms they have suffered. Inspired by his mother, who fostered children, Chase went to law school to help make a meaningful difference in people’s lives. Chase joined Cannella Snyder to realize that goal, and apply what he learned defending corporations to fight for injured individuals who really need it.

Chase graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he assisted Professor Jean Mangan in drafting her Legal Writing Manual. He also worked with the Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic, representing child sex abuse survivors and children in DFCS care. During his time at UGA, Chase also became a certified mediator and uses the negotiation skills he learned to try and find creative solutions to help his clients.

Chase is married to his high school sweetheart, Sarah Grace, and enjoys spending time with his black Lab and watching Georgia football.

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