1447 Peachtree Street
Atlanta GA 30309
Yes, if the case involves permanent injury or wrongful death
For wrongful death and injury cases we only charge a few only based upon the amount of money collected.
We only get paid if you get paid
7am to 7pm Mon.-Thur
No. Permanent injury and wrongful death cases, due to motor vehicle collisions or medical malpractice cases should only be handled by an attorney.
In matters which an injury healed quickly, are matters that people can and should handle themselves.
Unlike the large firms, the attorney you hire is the attorney that will work on the case. Certainly some work is done by associates and paralegals, but the partners at KGW are intimately involved in the day to day issues of your case.
We prepare every case for a jury trial. Why? Because this leads to the best results. The insurance companies settle with us, because they know we are prepared to go to trial. This follows old saying: if you want peace, prepare for war.
KGW is active in the legal community, playing critical leadership roles in the bar organizations, speaking to law school classes, and in continuing legal education.
Krause Golomb & Witcher LLC distinguishes itself by bringing creative and practical solutions to your legal problems. Our approach is to fully understand your case and aggressively advocate on your behalf from day one until your case is satisfactorily and fully concluded. Your concerns are our concerns and it's our privilege to serve you.
We believe that the more involved the client the better the outcome. We spend significant time in working with our clients, particularly listening to our clients so that we can develop the case, allowing the clients to be informed about their decisions, and ultimately, maximizing the recovery.
It depends on the types of documents.
No. There are some great resources available on the web regarding self-representation. Roger Krause was appeared on the Layman's Lawyer Radio Show on 790am on the topic of how to prepare your case in magistrate court.
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