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David Dekle is a highly rated trial attorney with nearly 30 years of experience in both state and federal courts. David is a graduate of the University Of Georgia School of Law and a former insurance defense lawyer. He gained expertise defending large corporations, local governments, physicians, and insurance companies in serious injury, wrongful death, and civil rights cases. Since 2012, David has dedicated his practice to the representation of individuals in serious personal injury and wrongful death cases. These cases often are the result of automobile accidents, tractor trailer accidents, slip and fall accidents, product liability and defect claims, medical malpractice, and more.
David’s mission is to represent the injured and their families who have suffered harm due to negligence of others. David’s knowledge of insurance claims practices and defense strategies make him exceptionally equipped to tackle big insurance companies, corporations, and government. His expertise in insurance law and his experience resolving hundreds of cases by settlement or jury verdict for both plaintiffs and defendants makes him uniquely qualified to take on the most complex cases and to enforce his clients’ rights to full and complete compensation.
David has a Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia. At the University, he served as president of his third year law school class. Before law school, he worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. David has served on the Executive Board of the Augusta Bar Association and in several other professional organizations. Presently, David serves as the elected County-wide Chairman of the Columbia County Board of Education as well as the Serenity Behavior Health Community Service Board. He is married to Patricia, and they have five children. David and his family are members of Journey Community Church in Evans, GA.
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