Atlanta, Georgia Accident and Personal Injury Lawyers
Other Offices: Decatur (GA)
Law Firm OverviewKatz, Stepp, Wright, Fleming LLC in Atlanta specializes in personal injury cases. The law firm has helped those who have been injured in accidents for more than 25 years. Attorneys have guided families and individuals through difficult times and has a track record of success.
The law firm is different from other firms because clients trust that cases will be resolved at the right time to make a bad situation go away. Attorneys at the firm are experienced with more than a century and a half of combined legal expertise from which to draw. Clients also like the size of the firm, not too big that they get lost in the shuffle, but not too small that complex cases can't be handled.
Lawyers at the firm provide high-quality representation and begin investigating the particulars of the case immediately so evidence is not gone. Attorneys at Katz, Stepp, Wright and Fleming LLC are dedicated to helping their clients and resolving their issues quickly.
Languages: Spanish, Russian, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Drunk Driving Accidents; Diagnostic Errors and Second Opinions; Recreational Vehicle Accidents; Dog Bites; Inadequate Security; False Claims Act / Whistleblower; Dram Shop Liability; Civil Law; Homeowners Insurance; Business Insurance; Malpractice Insurance; Umbrella Insurance; Nursing Home Liability; Intentional Torts; False Arrest; False Imprisonment; Malicious Prosecution; Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress.
Mr. Robert N. Katz
Accident, Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury
- DeKalb Bar Association
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