THE DOW FIRM, P.C.
Serious injuries require serious representation.
DLocated on the Georgia state coast in Brunswick, The Dow Firm, P.C. is an off-shoot of a large Atlanta-based law firm that defended insurance liability claims of all types, including ordinary negligence matters (such as motor vehicle wrecks) as well as more complex, professional malpractice cases (like physician and/or hospital-inflicted injuries).
ORecognizing the fact that “bigger is not necessarily better,” our staff left the defense firm in February of 2002 to open a specialized, statewide Georgia litigation practice with the goal of delivering first-rate, personal legal services to parties whose lives had been truly altered due to someone else’s negligence. To that end we sought to utilize the experience and insight we gained by working for insurance companies to zealously represent good people with legitimate personal injury lawsuits and wrongful death claims against the insurance industry and the wrongdoers these liability companies often underwrite.
WThe soundness of our instincts and our business model was confirmed when the very first case The Dow Firm, P.C. ever accepted resulted in a million dollar resolution for the client. From its inception, the firm has been dedicated to maintaining the integrity of its mission and consistently serving clients with excellence to make their lives better.
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Settlements/Judgments
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J. Dow III – Firm founder and litigator for The Dow Firm, P.C.
IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION WITHHELD FROM TRIAL JURIES AND THE PUBLIC
Georgia Personal Injury (Tort) Law Basics
Under the Georgia civil justice system, a civil wrong (called a “tort”) is remedied by a plaintiff asserting a claim and maintaining an action against a defendant.
How insurance companies profit
The insurance industry is the only sector of the economy which makes all of its money by limiting the amount of money it loses.
The McDonald’s Coffee Lawsuit Facts
Everyone knows what you’re talking about when you mention “the McDonald’s lawsuit.” Even though this case was decided in August of 1994, for many Americans it continues to represent the “problem” with our civil justice system.
The truth about tort reform
Tort “reform” is a dupe-the-masses movement designed to limit all individuals’ access to the country’s civil courts by restricting their constitutional right to a trial by jury.