Top Atlanta Health Care Lawyers - Georgia

Attorney Hunter S. Allen Jr. originally founded our Atlanta health care law firm as a solo practice. In 1992, attorney Gary Russell McCain joined his firm, resulting in the creation of Allen & McCain, P.C. Today, our Georgia firm is home to our two partners, five associate attorneys and one of-counsel attorney who have more than 145 years of combined legal experience. It is that experience and...

Located in Decatur, Georgia, Frances Cullen, PC, focuses exclusively on defending licensed professionals against criminal charges and licensing matters, and assisting with other associated issues. Serving professionals in the health care, pharmaceutical and mental health professions, our law firm represents clients in the Atlanta metro area, Fulton County, the State of Georgia, and the southeast...

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