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Top Waverly Assault & Battery -- Plaintiff Lawyers - Georgia
Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, is an Atlanta-based law firm representing the interests of a wide variety of clients, including: individuals, families, small-business owners, entrepreneurs, and multinational corporations. With a team of experienced and dedicated attorneys and professionals, the firm helps its clients anticipate, address and resolve legal challenges efficiently and effectively. Our...
If a personal injury leaves you unable to work, saddled with sky-high medical bills and in an immense amount of pain, Osteen Law Group, our Hinesville, Georgia, law firm, is ready to prepare a case designed to maximize your recovery. Due to our long-standing reputation for providing clients with focused, aggressive and unwavering support from the free initial consultation until the resolution of a...
At the Dozier Law Firm, LLC, we have been providing trusted legal protection to the people of middle Georgia for almost 50 years. Since 1966, our attorneys have been protecting the rights of clients in matters ranging from personal injury, workers' compensation, wrongful death, to bankruptcy law and criminal defense. Approaching each case with a client-oriented method, our firm is committed to...
At Osteen Law Group, in Savannah, Georgia, we aggressively advocate on behalf of individuals who struggle to move forward with their lives following a personal injury. Our law firm treats every case as if it is our only case, and we prepare each one to maximize recovery. Though every situation is unique and requires a unique approach, each client benefits from a thorough, free initial...
HABLAMOS ESPANOL The Law Firm of Tom A. Peterson IV, LLC believes in making a difference for each client. To accomplish this goal, we limit our focus to certain areas of the law, including criminal defense, workers’ compensation and personal injury. Our clientele is largely composed of men and women who have been accused of breaking the law, and individuals who have been...
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