|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||2006||03/25/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2016|
|Top 40 under 40||National Trial Lawyers Association||2014|
|Law Clerk||Timmons, Warnes & Anderson, LLP||2004 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Augusta Bar Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|Smith v. Rodillo, 330 Ga. App. 365, 765 S.E. 2d 432||Reversed in part, vacated in part.|
|Lockhart v. Board of Regents et al., 316 Ga.App. 759, 730 S.E.2d 475||Reversed in part.|
|Bonner v. Peterson, 301 Ga. App. 443, 687 S.E.2d 676||Reversed in part.|
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|University of Georgia||N/A||Juris Doctor||2005|
|University of Georgia||English||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2002|
Posted by Louis
Last year, I was involved in a car accident. I was hit by drunk driver. As a result, I was told to seek a lawyer and referred to Frails & Wilson. I am satisfied with how they handled my case. They were really helpful and friendly. I highly recommend them to anyone. In the end, I received a fair settlement.
Posted by anonymous
Attorney Wilson was very responsive. My case involved an automobile accident. He kept me informed throughout the process. He provided realistic options with probable consequences that allowed me to select the best course of action. The case was settled to my satisfaction.
Posted by anonymous
Pursuant to O,C.G.A. Section 40-5-121(a), upon a first conviction of driving with a suspended license within five years, the defendant will be assessed a minimum fine of $500. The maximum fine is $1,000. A minimum confinement period of two days is often imposed as well. Disorderly conduct, which is a less serious offense than driving with a suspended license, generally yields a lesser fine (usually around $300). If the previous reviewer believes other defendants received lesser fines, it's probably because they were pleading to disorderly conduct or some other minor offense. It thus appears that the previous reviewer's brother-in-law actually received the lowest fine he could have possibly received for the offense to which he pled, and it sounds like he wasn't sentenced to any jail time. Even though he had resolved the issue leading to his license suspension in the first place (his child support arrearages), that did not change the fact that his license was suspended at the time he was arrested. That's probably why the DA wouldn't drop the charges. Under the circumstances, the attorney obtained a very positive outcome for the defendant. My dealings with this attorney have been nothing but positive.