Slappey & Sadd:
The experts in cases of
  • Auto, Truck and Train Accidents
  • Worker's Compensation
  • Job Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Defective or Dangerous Products
 



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If you have suffered from an auto or truck accident, the wrongful death of a family member, bad faith from an insurance company or an injury due to negligence? You may be entitled to a financial award. Please answer these short questions and submit your answers to us. We will respond to you quickly, review your case at no charge and provide answers to your questions.

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  James Sadd has been a trial lawyer and partner in the Atlanta firm of Slappey & Sadd for 12 years. Jay’s expertise is in cases of wrongful death, compensatory damages, negotiations and punitive damages, and he isin high demand as a speaker on these topics. Jay has served as Chairperson of the Education Committee for the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and is an instructor at Emory University's School of Law.
He is licensed to practice in every court in the State of Georgia, and was lead counsel for 37 victims injured in the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing. Jay lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Laura and two children.
 
Scott Slappey is a partner in the firm of Slappey & Sadd and has been a member of the State Bar of Georgia since 1986. Scott's area of expertise is the representation of injured workers in cases against employers and insurance carriers. Throughout his career, Scott has presented lectures on topics such as cross-examination techniques, how best to achieve fair settlement for clients, the trial of a workers' compensation case, dissection of new laws, as well as many other subjects. Scott is also on the Board of Directors for the Georgia\ Conservation Voters, working on issues such as clean air, clean water, and the preservation of wildlife habitat and natural resources.

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