Top Porterdale Defamation Lawyers - Georgia
Attorney Ronnie Mabra founded our Atlanta law office, The Mabra Firm, in order to put his years of legal experience to work for victims of negligence living in Metro Atlanta area and throughout the state of Georgia. Today, with the help of his associate attorneys, Reginald Lewis, Tiffany Brown-Morris and Marcus Dickerson, he continues to provide representation to those who have sustained injuries...
Suffering a personal injury is devastating, but it should not be financially crippling. At Kaufman Law, P.C., in Atlanta, Georgia, we have a longstanding history of recovering compensation on behalf of victims of negligence across the state. In a medical malpractice case, we secured $25 million for a client whose doctor failed to diagnose a stroke in a timely manner. Following a car accident, the...
At The Persons Firm, LLC, we have one goal: to help people who have suffered a personal injury to have the best possible recovery. From our Marietta, Georgia, law office, we secure compensation for our clients so they can pay medical bills, restore damaged property and otherwise begin the healing process. Our comprehensive practice area includes motor vehicle accidents, dog bites, premises...
Personal Attention. Proven Results. The attorneys at Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP, have more than 50 years of combined experience providing quality representation in personal injury and other civil claims. Our extensive trial experience helps us find a beneficial resolution for our clients. We are dedicated to understanding your story and what you are going through. We will...
The Goolsby Law Firm, LLC. is a general practice law firm located in the Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area. We are conveniently located at 233 Davis Road, Suite C, in Augusta, Georgia. The Goolsby Law Firm, LLC. strives to give careful personal service and attention to the legal needs of all our clients in the Augusta, Georgia area, whether it be family law, divorce, adoption, accident, personal...
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