Doyle Law Firm Atlanta, Georgia Office Profile
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About this office:
The Doyle Law Firm provides quality legal services to individuals with personal injury, product liability, consumer fraud, contract, or intellectual property issues. Although the firm handles a large number of product liability claims for plaintiffs injured by defective products across the entire United States, our attorneys focus most of their practice in the Southeastern United States, primarily in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee and Texas. The Doyle Law Firm has handled thousands of pharmaceutical, asbestos, Chinese Drywall, worker's compensation, personal injury and defective automobile cases for its clients.
The intellectual property division at the Doyle Firm handles patent, trademark, and copyright claims for both individuals and small businesses. Whether it's the prosecution of a claim for protection or litigation over patent or trademark infringement, the Doyle Law Firm can assist you with your intellectual property needs.
In addition, the attorneys at the Doyle Law Firm routinely handle disputes among individuals and businesses for breach of contract disputes and other conflicts that arise in business. If you are in need of representation to either prosecute or defend a claim, the Doyle Law Firm can assist you.
We practice in state or federal court, we handle claims in mediation or arbitration, and we practice before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The Doyle Law Firm can assist you and represent your interests with diligence and integrity.
Mesothelioma; Asbestos Litigation; Chinese Drywall; Defective Hip Implants; DePuy Hip; Zimmer Hip; Zimmer Knee; Drug and Medical Device Litigation; Accutane Litigation; Crestor; Darvon/Darvocet; Depakote; Effexor; Fosamax; Lexapro; Meridia; Prozac; Paxil; Pradaxa; PPH Litigation; Reglan; Topamax; Trasylol; Wellbutrin; Yaz and Yasmin; Zoloft; Personal Injury; Workers Compensation; Whistleblower Litigation; Qui Tam Litigation; Benzene Exposure; Vinyl Chloride Exposure; Employee Rights; Employment Claims; Employment Class Actions; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Family and Medical Leave Act; Retaliatory Discharge; Sexual Harassment; Title VII Discrimination; Wage and Hour Class Actions; Wage and Hour Law; Wrongful Termination; Trial Practice; Wrong Site Surgery; Accidents; Animal Attacks; Automobile Accidents and Injuries; Automobile Negligence; Bodily Injury; Brain Injury; Bus Accidents; Catastrophic Injury; Commercial Vehicle Liability; Dog Bites; Electrical Injury; Head Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Motorcycle Accidents; Pedestrian Injuries; Personal Injury Mediation; Plaintiffs Personal Injury; Power Line Contact Injury; Severe Burns; Spinal Injury; Third Party Wrongful Death; Traumatic Brain Injury; Unintended Acceleration; Whiplash; All Terrain Vehicle Products Liability; Automotive Crashworthiness; Automotive Design Liability; Automotive Products Liability; Automotive Restraints; Chemical Explosions; Chemical Products Liability; Explosions; Gas Explosions; Manufacturers Liability; Motorcycle Products Liability; Product Defects; Product Failure; Product Safety; Recreational Vehicle Products Liability; Recreational Products Liability; Seatbelt Injury; Tire Defect Litigation; Vehicle Rollovers; Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA); Railroad Accidents and Injuries; Railroad Crossing Accidents; Train Derailments; Tort Liability; Toxic Exposure; Toxic Tort Class Actions; Artistic Property; Trademark Prosecution; Trademark Protection; Intellectual Property Litigation; Intellectual Property Infringement; Intellectual Property; Patents; Patent Applications; Patent Infringement; Patent Litigation; Probate; Wills; Wrongful Death.
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