Arash Jafary is a licensed attorney in the state of Georgia. His main areas of focus are on Personal Injury and traffic related cases.
His interest in Personal Injury was triggered when he realized how some insurance companies try to undermine the injured in order to save millions of dollars each year. Of course, before he began changing lives he was a structural engineer with mad calculator skills.
He is an active member of Atlanta Bar Association, Cobb Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
Attorneys in the words of former solicitor general and Harvard law professor, are “special purpose friends.” It is good to have friends. It is good to be a friend. He takes pride in being a friend.
Every client is treated with
I fight to protect your legal rights
under the law
Loyalty is a two-way street. If I’m asking for it from you, then you’re getting it from me.
Every client is treated with compassion!
We fight to protect your legal rights under the law
Loyalty is a two-way street. If we’re asking for it from you, then you’re getting it from us.
Why You Should Call Now! Everyday we, attorneys, see those who have been hurt. Every week or month we see those who have tried to handle their own cases, and have now hit a wall with their case. It is heartbreaking to see good-hearted individuals who think that insurance companies and other individuals will try to treat them in complete fairness. Regrettably, this couldn’t be further from the truth. When you seek advice and representation from a personal injury attorney, they would watch for all your blindspots so that you can just focus on getting better. Because at the end of the day, the only thing that matters is your health. Things like money can never bring back your health.
Contact us today! Because we take pride on being your friend.
At our firm, we work on contingency based fees on your Personal Injury case. This means that we will only take a percentage of whatever you recover at the end. So if you don’t recover anything, you won’t owe us anything! Can it get any better?