Attorney Referrals and Co-Counsel Arrangements Are Welcome
Grant Law Office has successfully represented personal injury victims in Georgia for more than 30 years. We aggressively protect our clients’ rights, and have gotten results because of it. When Wayne and Kimberly Grant take a case, they handle every detail from start to finish. You do not have to fight your legal battle alone.
We specialize in cases with serious injury or wrongful death, and actively pursue litigation to get our clients the financial and emotional recovery they deserve. We have won:
- $12 million against a daycare that did not supervise a toddler, enabling him to climb a dangerous platform and fall to his death.
- $5 million for a hospital’s failure to treat a child’s shunt malfunction, which resulted in his quadriplegia, blindness, and severe cognitive and communication disorders.
- $3 million for an ER physician’s failure to diagnose and treat a brain infection, leading to the patient’s permanent disability in walking and speaking.
Grant Law Office welcomes referrals from other lawyers. We divide fees, at no extra expense to the clients, in accordance with all applicable Georgia State Bar Rules. GA Bar Rule 1.5 (e) permits a division of fees between lawyers who are not in the same firm. It doesn’t matter what area of law you practice. We believe in our ability to win results for clients, and the same goes for our referring attorneys. It’s an honor when another attorney refers clients to us; we respect that and will divide the fees as soon as possible. For more details about payment schedule and how the fees are split, ask us.
Please call (404) 995-3955 or contact us if you have a case you’d like to refer to us. We have extensive experience in every step of the litigation process and would be happy to help.
∗referral fees may only be given to licensed attorneys.
Contact us today for a free and comprehensive case evaluation.
We require no legal retainer or upfront fees,
and you pay nothing unless we prevail.
Phone: (404) 995-3955
Wrongful Death Day Care Case