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Goodman McGuffey Lindsey
& Johnson, LLP 
Size of Organization: 35
Year Established: 1990
Main Office: Atlanta, Georgia

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Goodman McGuffey Lindsey & Johnson, LLP is a general civil trial law firm with offices in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia, Orlando and Sarasota, Florida, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Charleston, South Carolina. The firm is composed of attorneys who are experienced in a wide range of legal concerns for corporations, insurance companies, self-insured organizations, professional group corporations, employers and individuals. Our professionals are committed to providing quality legal advice and services in the most cost effective and timely manner. All of our attorneys have a strong commitment to aggressive advancement of cases toward completion through a variety of avenues including settlement, mediation, arbitration, summary judgment, dismissal or trial.

Our firm works closely with our clients to help them accomplish their goals and objectives through effective communication and joint decision making. Our attorneys are always responsive to the needs of the clients and we make a special effort to communicate the status of litigation so that the current objectives of the client can be met.

Services for our clients involve legal advice, consultation and representation before the courts and administrative boards. We engage in defense litigation in Georgia and Florida, including: bodily injury, workers' compensation, professional liability, occupational exposure and disease, insurance coverage, arson and questionable insurance claims, environmental issues, employment practices and employer liability, property and premises liability and construction. Our attorneys also have substantial experience in various forms of alternative dispute resolution.


Statement of Practice Summary:
Alternative Dispute Resolution; Commercial Law; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Federal Practice; Employment Law; Environmental Law; Insurance Coverage; Federal Administrative Agencies; Insurance; Medical Malpractice; Premises Liability; Religious Institutions; Personal Injury; Products Liability; Professional Liability; State Government Law; Workers' Compensation.