Darl Hilton Champion Jr.

Darl Hilton Champion Jr.

Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
Atlanta, GA

AVVO

RATING

10.0

No Misconduct

Languages

English

Answers and Advice

3 questions answered.

Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Fees

Contingent (25%-45%), Free Consultation (60 minutes)

Client Reviews

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A compassionate lawyer when you need it most!

Posted by: Kimberly about 1 month ago.

Darl Champion was introduced to us after the loss of my husband. I was overwhelmed with the insurances, court case, and all the paperwork. He came in...

Definitely a Champion

Posted by: Anthony 7 months ago.

Darl was a pleasure to work with from day one. He came to my house after my car accident for the initial consultation and took it from there. He...
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Endorsements

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William Reginald Tate
William Tate

Canton, GA

19 days ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

I've had the pleasure of working with Darl in the past. He is a fantastic person and great litigator.
Dmitriy Shakhnevich
Dmitriy Shakhnevich

Brooklyn, NY

3 months ago

Relationship: Other

I endorse this lawyer.
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Résumé

License

2007 License Status: Active Member in Good Standing for the state of Georgia.
Last updated by Avvo: 12/27/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2010 – present

Warshauer Law Group

Education

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2007 Juris Doctor, magna cum laude in

Mercer University - Walter F. George School of Law

Awards

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2014 Rising Star

Georgia Super Lawyers

Associations

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2010- present Member

Georgia Trial Lawyers Association


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Portfolio

Publications

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2010 Applying New Plausibility Standards for Plaintiffs: Using the New Federal Pleading Standards Against Defendants to Attack Their Affirmative Defenses

The Verdict, Journal of Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

2006 Jackson v. Birmingham Board of Education and the Expansion of Title IX's Judicially Implied Private Right of Action

Mercer Law Review

Speaking Engagements

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2011 Ten Ways to Botch a Third-Party Liability Claim

at Workers' Compensation CLE