About The Dickinson Law Firm
Injury Attorneys for Woodstock, Atlanta & Northern Georgia
In 1989, Curtis J. Dickinson founded The Dickinson Law Firm to help families through some of the most difficult times they will ever face. Curtis saw how the insurance companies operated because he worked for one himself. His experience made him realize that he was equipped with the knowledge to help change people’s lives for the better. For the last 40 years, our firm has been a beacon of hope for those suffering physically and financially from the negligence of others.
Our Woodstock personal injury attorneys help with cases such as:
- Bus accidents
- Catastrophic injury
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Premises liability
- Truck accidents
- Wrongful death
- Car accidents
- Medical malpractice
Our Woodstock Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Lawyers Can Help
The Dickinson Law Firm is small by design. When you obtain our help, your case will have the attention of both of our attorneys. We keep our caseload small so we can ensure each client gets the attention they deserve. By treating every client like family, we create an atmosphere of trust, making sure to update you through every step of the process. If you have any questions, we are available 24/7 to give them a prompt response. These times are tough, and our clients don’t deserve the stress of uncertainty.
Service You Can Trust
We approach every case with Christian ethics. We truly believe in treating every person how we would also like to be treated, and it shows in our service to clients. Our obligation to clients is more than a legal and business one—it’s built into our moral fabric as people.
To contact the personal injury attorneys at The Dickinson Law Firm, call (770) 766-7739. Consultation is free and, if we take your case, you do not pay unless we win results for you. We serve Woodstock, Atlanta, and Northern Georgia.
Recognition and Professional Associations:
- 10.0 Avvo rating for Attorney Curtis J. Dickinson
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- The American Association for Justice
- Christian Legal Society
- Cobb County Bar
- Georgia Bar
- Indiana Bar
- Trial Lawyers College
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