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From the first time I called them to the current status of my case, has been by my side through it all. I would like to thank everyone in Van Sant Law for answering any questions that I have in a timely manner. I can personally say, Everyone in deserves recognition for being honest, hard working, ethical, logical, dedicated people. The only reason I rated them 5 stars is because it would not let me go higher! Hilary
I was in a car accident with a tractor trailer two years ago and David Van Sant came highly recommended for someone I could talk to about the situation. Best decision I've ever made! He fought for me in ways that was truly amazing. David and his crew worked so hard to come to a great conclusion on my case. Thank you David, Michael and everyone in the office. Mary
Attorney David M. VanSant is one of the best injury trial attorneys here in the Atlanta area. They are precise and unique in their approach. When I had my car accident, my whole world was turned upside down, but with Attorney VanSant and his team of professionals dedication and quality of service, my life is back on track. Let the VanSant team handle your case! You're in good hands. Crystal
We serve clients throughout Georgia, including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Athens–Clarke County including Athens; Cobb County including Acworth, Kennesaw, Mableton, Marietta, and Smyrna; Fayette County including Peachtree City; Floyd County including Rome; Forsyth County including Cumming; Fulton County including Alpharetta, Atlanta, Johns Creek, Roswell, and Sandy Springs; Gwinnett County including Buford, Duluth, Lawrenceville, and Norcross; and Hall County including Braselton and Gainesville.View More
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