Scott Slappey and Jay Sadd are are experienced attorneys and partners in a law firm that marshals the skills, knowledge, experience, and highly regarded reputation to protect the interests of individuals and families in the event of serious personal injury or wrongful death due to negligence Atlanta and throughout all of Georgia. Through aggressive litigation, well-positioned negotiations and trial we:
- Protect people from abuses of the insurance industry;
- Hold accountable those who cause serious injury to or death of others;
- Challenge corporate and individual wrongdoing;
- Increase access to the courts and equal justice for all;
- Ensure that our clients’ legal rights are fully exercised and protected.
Our law firm represents individuals and families in cases involving serious personal injury, wrongful death, negligent operation of cars and tractor trailers, property owner liability, work-related injuries, and other cases that require a high level of legal representation in Atlanta and throughout all of Georgia. We thoughtfully prepare our cases for trial. Because we are ready to go to trial, we often favorably settle cases before they are decided by a jury. We are on the side of people who have suffered an injustice. When lives have been ruined or lost because of negligence or unfair advantage, we take the appropriate legal steps to obtain full and fair compensation for our clients. If a case requires trial, we are ready and proud of our results.
The service you all give to people like me is priceless. You care about people. I just wish you had an office in the Valdosta area!! Lots of love and thanks to you all.
– Norma D. Lenox, Georgia
A Lawyer’s Creed
To my clients, I offer faithfulness, competence, diligence, and good judgment. I will strive to represent you as I would want to be represented and to be worthy of your trust.
To the opposing parties and their counsel, I offer fairness, integrity, and civility. I will seek reconciliation and, if we fail, I will strive to make our dispute a dignified one.
To the courts, and other tribunals, and to those who assist them, I offer respect, candor, and courtesy. I will strive to do honor to the search for justice.
To my colleagues in the practice of law, I offer concern for your welfare. I will strive to make our association a professional friendship.
To the profession, I offer assistance. I will strive to keep our business a profession and our profession a calling in the spirit of public service.
To the public and our systems of justice, I offer service. I will strive to improve the law and our legal system, to make the law and our legal system available to all, and to seek the common good through the representation of my clients.