Pro Bono / Community Service

  • To help families of our military in Iraq and Afghanistan, we started a volunteer lawyer program to provide free legal assistance to military families in Georgia.
  • We have represented widows and families of slain law enforcement officers, to help the families obtain benefits and provide for their future, at no charge to the families.
  • We are “on call” with ministers and other clergy to discuss the legal problems of their church members, at no charge to them.
  • Our attorneys also provide pro bono legal services to various homeless shelters and other non-profit organizations in our community.
  • We help educate and train new lawyers in the community through speaking and writing articles for Continuing Legal Education programs, including programs on trial practice and ethics and professionalism.
  • Our lawyers regularly serve as board members for community organizations.
  • Our lawyers perform volunteer work for community service groups such as Habitat for Humanity, the Young Adult Guidance Center, Hands on Atlanta, and other service organizations.
  • Our firm has also developed a free public education program on preventing fraud against the elderly. This program came about through our experience in representing elderly persons who were being defrauded without their knowledge.

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  • Finch McCranie partner Steven R. Wisebram recently recovered $3.45 million for the surviving family of a 67-year-old man who died from injuries suffered in tractor-trailer collision.  The fatal wreck occurred in a construction project on...

  • On June 13, 2014, U. S. District Court Judge Richard W. Story awarded Abigail Marilyn Ayers, the widow of Jonathan Paul Ayers, attorneys fees and expenses in the amount of $832,200.19. This award comes at the conclusion...

  • On February 20, 2014, a jury in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia in Gainesville returned a verdict for Abigail Marilyn Ayers as the Surviving Spouse and Administratrix of the...

  • Each year, approximately 200,000 people suffer from a spinal injury in the United States. Auto accidents, violence, sports and falls are the most common reasons for spinal cord injuries. Spinal cord injuries are classified as...

  • Malpractice cases usually involve an alleged civil wrong done to an injured party by a professional. The professional will have had a duty of care to that party and the failure to exercise that care...

  • Premises liability law generally refers to harm that occurs on someone else’s property that was caused by a negligent or unsafe condition. There are different laws and circumstances affecting the owner or operator’s liability when...

  • High speed police chase cases kill hundreds of people each year throughout this country and injure thousands. One-third (1/3) of those injured or killed are the fleeing suspects. The majority of the remaining two-thirds (2/3)...

  • Doctors often remind us of how important it is for us to exercise – it can be as simple as lacing up your tennis shoes and taking a stroll around the block to elevate your...

  • The sale and registration of motorcycles has increased significantly over the last decade, roughly 75% from 1997 to 2006. In addition to it being a popular personal interest, motorcycles also provide a means for fuel...

  • The most common type of professional malpractice is medical malpractice, which usually involves a physician or another health care professional that has been negligent while diagnosing, treating, or advising a patient. Unlike other types of...

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