Richard Schlueter has spent his career representing individuals and families who have been harmed as the result of wrongful conduct by others.
He regularly practices in both State and Federal Courts and has worked as a local counselor for out of state firms in the pursuit of justice for similarly situated clients in product liability, medical malpractice and personal injury claims. Further, he has been admitted pro hac vice in many states in pursuing client's claims in many other jurisdictions in the United States and in pursuing claims against corporate defendants outside of the United States. Richard Schlueter, further, has testified before Congress in a four party panel to bring greater accountability to foreign manufacturers for harm caused to U. S. consumers in the proposed bill "Protecting Americans From Unsafe Foreign Products Act."
During his career he has tried to verdict in excess of thirty (30) trials in both State and Federal court including: wrongful death, automobile claims, fiduciary claims, premises liability claims, insurance coverage disputes, medical malpractice and Workers Compensation matters. He has mediated 100+ claims to successful settlement in both open and confidential agreed resolutions.
Richard Schlueter has consistently devoted a portion of his time to assist the indigent and in other pro bono matters in providing counselor representation involving meritorious and worthy issues to individuals who otherwise could not afford their representation. He has participated in various volunteer programs including the Truancy Intervention Project and has received awards from the State Bar of Georgia for "Outstanding Public Service in Providing Legal Representation to the Low Income Citizens of Georgia."
Richard Schlueter lives with his wife and three children in Peachtree Corners.
Oxford College, A.A. 1988
Emory University, B.A. 1990
Georgia State University College of Law, J.D. 1993