Gomez & Golomb specializes in motor vehicle collisions involving cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
Jeff Golomb and Teresita Gomez have been members of the State Bars of Georgia and Florida since 1994. We bring experience, tenacity, and a strong work ethic to every case.
Hablamos espanol! Desde el ano 1994 nosotros hemos estado resolviendo demandas de $5,000 hasta $15,000,000. Manejamos casos de homicidio cometidos de manera deliberada o por negligencia, al igual de casos de lesiones cerebrales traumaticas, de traumatismos de la medula, de la espina dorsal y de los tejidos blandos.
Trucking accidents are much different than automobile accidents. You need an attorney that understands these differences.
Trucking cases involve claims against interstate and intrastate carriers. Generally, federal regulations apply to intrastate carriers, but can also apply to intrastate carriers. An evaluation of which laws apply should be done to determine which safety regulations apply to the case. For example, www.safesys.org provides information on the trucking company, its insurance history, and its safety record. There are various other ways to get information related to the trucking company and the driver that caused the collision.
An initial investigation should to be done as soon after the wreck as possible, and, typically, an accident reconstruction expert is retained. Also, letters are sent to the trucking company to preserve evidence and to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to get records related to the trucking company.
Contact is made with the insurance company for the trucking company. If a satisfactory settlement can't be reached with the trucking company's insurance, a lawsuit is filed against the trucking company.
A wrongful death case is a gut-wrenching experience. We are here to help you and your family get through probably the worst moments in your life in the least painful way possible.
A wrongful death claim has many nuances, and requires an experienced attorney. We have been handling these types of claims for almost 20 years. Please call us to discuss how to set up an estate for your loved one, who has the right to bring the claim on you behalf of your loved one, and how the recovery is distributed.
Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Mr. Golomb and his family immigrated to Orlando, Florida in 1976. Mr. Golomb obtained an undergraduate degree from Emory University in 1990 and a J.D. degree from the Florida State University School of Law in 1993. Mr. Golomb practiced with the law firm of Morriss & Witcher, P.A. from 1995 until 2008. During that time, Mr. Golomb litigated hundreds of cases in state and federal courts. In January, 2009, Mr. Golomb was a founding member of the law firm of Krause, Golomb & Witcher, LLC. Mr. Golomb has recently decided to hang out his own shingle.
Mr. Golomb is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and Florida. He is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and the Atlanta Bar. Mr. Golomb has been selected by Atlanta Magazine as a Georgia Rising Super Lawyer in Real Estate Litigation.
Mr. Golomb lives in Atlanta with his wife and two children.
Bar Number: 300505
Georgia , 1994
Bar Number: 100481
Florida , 1994
Florida State University
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Teresita Gomez was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. Teresita moved to Atlanta in 1994 after law school. She graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina in 1991 and Florida State Law School in 1994.
She has practiced throughout Georgia, handling various criminal and civil cases.
Teresita is fluent in Spanish. She is a member of the State Bars of Georgia and Florida.
She lives with her husband and two daughters in Atlanta.
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