Our firm spends a great deal of effort on ensuring we produce the results our clients feel will help them move forward with their lives.
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ATLANTA (PRWEB) January 17, 2018
Attorney Quinton Washington was recently rated 10.0/10.0 by AVVO for his work on behalf of clients and their families. The AVVO rating is one of the most respected among attorneys nationwide, because it is determined by a mathematical model that considers a lawyer's years in practice, disciplinary history, professional achievements, and opinions of other attorneys.
Washington’s top AVVO rating is a testament to his commitment to providing effective legal representation, and history of achieving successful outcomes.
Washington has earned a reputation for excellence in the practice of law over more than a decade. In 2016, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal appointed him to the position of Magistrate Judge for Fulton County (part-time). Washington has also served as an expert commentator on CNN, Fox News, and local Atlanta stations, due in part to his work on high-profile cases such as the Atlanta Public Schools litigation and celebrity divorce and custody cases.
Washington attributes his firm’s success to a willingness to fully understand his client’s goals and also provide a realistic picture of what is possible in the legal system. “The very best attorneys work tirelessly to match the outcome of a legal issue with the client’s objectives,” said Washington. “Our firm spends a great deal of effort on ensuring we produce the results our clients feel will help them move forward with their lives, whether it’s a family law, criminal defense, or personal injury related issue.”
About Bell & Washington, LLP: The attorneys at Bell & Washington, LLP bring over 50 years of combined experience to each client’s legal matter. The firm has a nationwide practice with offices in Atlanta, Dunwoody, and Gainesville, GA as well as New York City and Washington, D.C. The firm’s practice includes the representation of individuals, families, and businesses in matters involving personal injury, domestic relations, criminal defense, and civil litigation.