Gwinnett County Attorney, Georgia
George C. Creal, Jr., PC
Being charged with any crime or being injured in an accident is a frightening experience.
This is especially true for a person who has never had contact with the criminal justice or personal injury system. Suddenly, you find yourself thrust into an un familiar world with an unfamilar language and unfamilar players. You suffer humiliations you never thought you would experience. The stress of a police investigation and interrogation or the trauma of being handcuffed, fingerprinted and locked into a jail cell with threatening strangers can be psychologically overwhelming. Having Insurance adjusters and insurance defense attorneys accusing you of lying, faking injuries and seeking jackpot justice when you are truly hurt can be very intimidating. It will make you question your most basic assumptions about yourself.
The first three questions you think of are:
1) How will this affect my job?
2) How will this affect my family?
3) How will this impact of the opinion my community has for me?
4) Will I be alone in this hardship?
5) Will I lose everything?
A criminal conviction can also impact your ability to rent a home or live in some neighborhoods. If you are not a U.S. citizen, a criminal conviction can cause denial of naturalization, citizenship, admission to the United States or even deported.
A personal injury can wreck relationships, cause the loss of enjoyment of life and even bankruptcy.
Fortunately, there is hope that you can have a normal life. But timing is crucial. You will need to know your legal rights and act to protect them immediately.
Don't wait to get help.
Timely intervention, negotiation, and preparation by an experienced Gwinnett County criminal defense or personal injury attorney is your best option.
George C. Creal, Jr., a peer review rated former staff attorney to both a Federal District Court Judge and State Superior Court Judge, is a Gwinnett County Lawyer who has devoted his practice exclusively to DUI defense, criminal defense, Personal Injury and Workers Compensation in Gwinnett County Georgia and other surrounding cities, with a strong emphasis on pre-trial settlement and when necessary jury trial resolution of legal matters. During his career as a Gwinnett County Criminal defense and Injury lawyer, he has defended a wide range of state and federal civil and criminal cases in Gwinnett County Georgia, as well as other jurisdictions in Metro Atlanta and Georgia. He spent years helping insurance companies defend claims and has now turned that inside knowledge to his clients advantage. With over 100 not guilty criminal jury trials, his trial experience, along with a personal commitment to his clients' complete satisfaction, combine to offer the potential client the best available legal representation in a supportive, open, and hands-on environment. As a criminal defense and personal injury attorney, his philosophy is grounded in the strong belief that his clients should be fully informed about every aspect of their case as it progresses by have office, cell phone, text message and email communications.
Over the past 18 years, George C. Creal,Jr., has counseled thousands of people through this emotional and legal jungle with two goals in mind in criminal cases:
1) avoiding jail if at all possible,
2) avoiding a criminal conviction.
In Gwinnett Personal Injury cases,
1) by maximizing monetary recovery; and
2) by moving the case along as quickly as possible.
Every case must be evaluation in light of its own circumstances. Attorney Creal strives to minimize the effects of a criminal case on your future.
You want to put your case behind you and move on with your life. Call George Creal today for a FREE CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION at (404) 333-0706. The additional details you provide will greatly assist us in responding to your inquiry.
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