Scott A. Pryor is the founder and managing partner of Scott Pryor Law, LLC. Scott... more
Scott A. Pryor is the founder and managing partner of Scott Pryor Law, LLC. Scott proudly served as a U.S. Marine and now is a successful trial attorney, fighting for people throughout the United States who have been killed or catastrophically injured by another’s negligence. Scott focuses his practice in the areas of motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle and bicycle accidents, premises liability... view profile
I truly enjoy being able to use the investigative and trial skills that I honed as a... more
I truly enjoy being able to use the investigative and trial skills that I honed as a prosecutor to fight for my clients and ensure that their interests are being protected throughout the legal process. I am honored that I have been recognized over the years by my colleagues for my willingness to tackle tough cases and for my work ethic and trial skills.
Will Smith’s practice focuses on representing people in front of juries. Will has... more
Will Smith’s practice focuses on representing people in front of juries. Will has been called upon to give expert analysis on legal issues in the metro area and has worked on cases in both state and federal court.
Doug strives to be the best both inside and outside the courtroom. He graduated from... more
Doug strives to be the best both inside and outside the courtroom. He graduated from the University of Georgia in 1998 with a degree in Political Science and then received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law. He has successfully argued motions for clients in state, federal, and appellate courts throughout the state of Georgia. In fact, Doug's appella... view profile
Ken Bernard has professionally handled wrongful death, personal injury, and car... more
Ken Bernard has professionally handled wrongful death, personal injury, and car accident cases, with million dollar resolutions. With over 25 years of trial experience, he is known throughout West Georgia and the state for his involvement in complex injury litigation, including the massive GM recall case involving faulty ignitions. He also represents local governments and others on special m... view profile
Prior to opening his firm in November of 2006, Andrew was a founding partner of... more
Prior to opening his firm in November of 2006, Andrew was a founding partner of Cooper, Jones Cooper where he represented plaintiffs in major personal injury and wrongful death cases. As both lead and co-counsel in several noteworthy jury trials, including cases against Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, Wal-Mart, Georgia Pipe and Cresco Lines, he won considerab... view profile
Fareesh Sarangi is the Principal and Founder of Sarangi Law, LLC, a Trial Law Firm... more
Fareesh Sarangi is the Principal and Founder of Sarangi Law, LLC, a Trial Law Firm with specialties in Criminal Law and Personal Injury suits. Mr. Sarangi has extensive experience handling criminal and civil litigation matters in numerous courts and jurisdictions, and he is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in New York and Georgia . Mr. Sarangi graduated with Honors from the... view profile
I am a trial lawyer that represents people who have been seriously injured or killed... more
I am a trial lawyer that represents people who have been seriously injured or killed incar accidents, tractor-trailer wrecks, construction accidents, and slip/trip and falls. In 2012 alone, my firm obtained more than $4 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients. I have been selected as a Georgia SuperLawyers Rising Star in 2012 and 2013. Only 2.5% of the lawyers in Georgia are ... view profile
Wrongful death lawyers handle cases where someone is killed, whether the person who caused the death meant to do it or not. If a loved one dies because of someone else's actions, a wrongful death lawyer can help you understand what happened, who is responsible, whether you deserve any compensation for losing your loved one, and whether anyone should be charged with a crime.