Katz Wright Fleming Dodson & Mildenhall LLC
Attorney Robert N. Katz represents individuals in federal and state courts in all categories of personal injury matters, including trucking accidents, car accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, dog bites, product liability, wrongful death and premises liability. The practice focuses on representing the areas of Macon, Atlanta, Augusta, Savannah, Columbus, Rome, Athens, Albany, Valdosta, Gainesville, and Brunswick in the state of Georgia. Initial consultations are without charge in most cases.
Decatur, GA 30030
Free ConsultationInsurance Claims, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home and Personal Injury
The University of Georgia School of Law and The University of Georgia School of Law
- Georgia Moves Closer to Requiring Seatbelts for Backseat Passengers
30 September 2019
- Bus Company Keeps Negligent Driver Despite 50 Prior Accidents
19 September 2019
- Bike Lanes – Not As Safe As You Think
13 September 2019
- How to Spot Signs of Psychological Abuse in Nursing Homes
28 August 2019
- Nightclub Safety and Liability Issues
14 August 2019
- New Proposed Trucking Laws Could Have Devastating Impacts on Your Safety.
1 August 2019
- Why Boating and Alcohol Do not Mix
16 July 2019
- Pedestrian and Bicyclist Accident Fatalities Increased in 2018
1 July 2019
- How Nurses’ Mental Health can Impact Patient Safety
19 June 2019
- How to protect yourself when the at-fault driver doesn’t have car insurance.
15 October 2019
- Spinal injury treatment breakthrough offers hope to victims.
8 October 2019
- DeKalb County Boosts Pedestrian Safety Efforts
1 October 2019
- How Roundabouts Improve Traffic and Pedestrian Safety
26 September 2019
- Georgia City to Pass Law for Stronger Accident Protections for Bicyclists
18 September 2019
- Child Passenger Safety Week in September
12 September 2019
- Amazon Tries to Get Around the Law and Their Delivery Drivers’ Accidents
4 September 2019
- Older Drivers and Accident Risks: Myths and Reality
28 August 2019
- Do Hand-Free Laws Stop Distracted Driving? Not Necessarily.
23 August 2019