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Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer Podcast

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Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer Podcast

A health & fitness podcast from Gary Martin Hays
www.garymartinhays.com http://www.garymartinhays.com

The Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer Podcast features legal information for residents of Georgia who need help with their personal injury, car wreck, workers’ compensation, rape, sexual assault, shooting, wrongful death, nursing home abuse, or social security disability claims. Each video podcast is an individual segment from the hit show “Do I Need a Lawyer?” and is hosted by Atlanta’s own Gary Martin Hays.

Gary is an experienced personal injury lawyer who is dedicated to serving the people of Georgia.

His legal accomplishments include being a member of the prestigious Multi-Million Dollar Advocate’s Forum, a society limited to those attorneys who have received a settlement or verdict of at least $2 Million Dollars. He has been recognized in Atlanta Magazine as one of Georgia’s top workers’ compensation lawyers.

Gary frequently lectures to other attorneys in Georgia on continuing education topics. He has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Georgia since 2007 by the American Trial Lawyers Association and recognized by Lawdragon as one of the leading Plaintiffs’ Lawyers in America.

His firm specializes in personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, and pharmaceutical claims. Since 1993, we have helped over 40,000 clients.

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