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Yuri Eliezer helped me with a personal case. He showed great skill, knowledge and service. I would not hesitate to... more
Atlanta  Yuri Eliezer

Yuri Eliezer

Atlanta, GA Intellectual Property
Avvo rating 6.2
Eric Coffelt did an excellent job in handling a traffic citation in which I was involved. He was able to keep my... more
Atlanta  Eric Andrew Coffelt

Eric Coffelt

Atlanta, GA Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 7.1
Darren handle my automobile car accident claim. He stated since the accident occurred in Dekalb County the insurance... more
Atlanta  Darren M. Tobin

Darren Tobin

Atlanta, GA Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 10.0
Our Commercial Real Estate group turns to Allen for all of our litigation issues in Tennessee and Georgia. His... more
Atlanta  Christopher Allen Yates

Christopher Yates

Atlanta, GA Lawsuits / Disputes
Avvo rating 9.9
Ms. Kinley provided excellent service through my divorce. I am very satisfied with her legal guidance. Her expertise... more
Atlanta  Angela Mary Kinley

Angela Kinley

Atlanta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.3
We recently had Mike on our side fighting a construction case and so happy we did. Mike carefully explained all our... more
Atlanta  Michael L. Chapman

Michael Chapman

Atlanta, GA Construction / Development
Avvo rating 8.5
In 2011, I was sent to prison for lack of proper defense from an Attorney not related to the Pate Law Firm. My wife... more
Atlanta  Page Anthony Pate

Page Pate

Atlanta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
This was my wife's and mine first refinancing of our home. So I took my time and made sure to cross all the T's and dot... more
Atlanta  Brian Michael Douglas

Brian Douglas

Atlanta, GA Real Estate
Avvo rating 7.7


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Atlanta used to be known as Marthasville after the daughter of Georgia's Governor Wilson Lumpkin. In 1845, the name was changed to Atlanta, a feminine form of Atlantic, and was then incorporated into a city.

Atlanta was burned by General Sherman during the Civil War, who destroyed nearly 70% of the city in his March to the Sea.