Tried & True
North Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer with Tested Experience
Are you looking for a personal injury attorney whose legal abilities have already been proven in the courtroom? North Georgia Personal Injury Attorney Steven Leibel is a tried and true trial lawyer who has continually demonstrated his ability to provide above-and-beyond legal representation.
Attorney Leibel has more than three decades of trial experience in Atlanta and North Georgia, and he has been successful in obtaining multiple verdicts and settlements in the million-dollar range, including record verdicts. One of the cases the attorney has handled ended up making a record of the fourth largest in the United States.
Attorney Leibel has already been evaluated by his professional peers and has been acknowledged for his high level of legal skill and high ethical standards. Year after year, the lawyer continues to be included in the Georgia SuperLawyers®, making him among only 5% of attorneys in his state to receive this honor. He has received the AV® Preeminent™ rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest peer review rating available by the organization. These distinctions show that Mr. Leibel’s professional peers view him as an outstanding advocate for the wrongfully injured.
How Attorney Leibel Can Help You
If Mr. Leibel takes on your case, you can expect that he will provide you top-of-the-line legal representation. He can handle even the most complex of cases, and he knows how to effectively deal with corporations, insurance companies and other attorneys. Individuals dealing with various types of personal injury cases turn to Attorney Leibel for assistance, whether their injuries occurred on the roadways, in swimming pools, at construction sites or elsewhere. Our firm also has other knowledgeable lawyers who can provide you with assistance.
Contact Leibel Law for a legal representative who can zealously protect your rights as an injury victim. We have offices in Dahlonega, Dawson and Cobb counties, and our firm serves many areas within North Georgia.