Johns Creek GA Personal Injury Attorney Individualized Client Service Launched

Johns Creek accidental injury law firm JSW Law Group announced the launch of its individualized personal legal service program. The program provides clients with access to the firm's legal expertise and counsel throughout the legal process surrounding a personal or accidental injury claim.

Johns Creek , United States - November 24, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Johns Creek, GA personal injury attorney law firm JSW Law Group announced the launch of its individualized client program. The program provides personal legal services and aid in the aftermath of an accidental or personal injury.

More information about the JSW Law Group is available at

The legal practice pertaining to personal or accidental injury in the state of Georgia covers injuries that occur as a result of automobile accidents, slips, and falls in or near residential and commercial areas caused by negligence, intent, or other reasons. The JSW Law Group provides compassionate and professional legal services to the victims of such injuries to ensure a fair representation of the facts and just compensation to it clients.

The firm’s individualized program is designed to ensure that clients receive sound legal advice, effective representation, and guidance at every step of the claims process. As a result, JSW Law Group has made its team available to clients around the clock for any emergency queries. Staff are also on call to visit clients who are injured and confined at home or in a medical facility as a result of their accident.

JSW Law Group focusses on helping clients understand the intricacies of the state’s comprehensive legal framework including the statute of limitations pertaining to personal injury, comparative fault rules, the scope and role of automotive insurance in cases where a vehicle is involved, damage caps, and other points of law.

According to a spokesperson for the Johns Creek accidental injury law firm, “We are delighted to launch our individualized legal services program that assures our clients of our support, advice, and legal representation throughout the process of a personal or accidental injury claim.”

The law firm serves Johns Creek and the Atlanta Metro areas as well as the cities of Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Duluth, Suwanee, Buford, and Norcross. Other practice areas include residential real estate closings, commercial contract reviews, real estate, and insurance law.

Headed by attorneys and partners John S. Woo and Rich S. Jaffe, the JSW Law Group specializes in the practice areas of personal and accidental injury claims, commercial contract law, and residential legal services. The firm’s partners have 45 years of combined legal experience and are current or past members of the State Bars of California and Georgia. More information about the firm’s personal injury practice is available over the telephone at 678-638-0110 or at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Nicole Chon
Organization: JSW Law Group
Address: 5855 Medlock Bridge Parkway Suite 100, Johns Creek , Ga 30022, United States
Phone: +1-678-638-0110

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Source: PressCable

Release ID: 268482

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