We wanted our new website to provide the type of information that helps those affected by tragedy make the best decision about how to move forward.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 09, 2014
Atlanta-based law firm Katz Stepp Wright & Fleming, LLC recently launched a new website at http://www.robertnkatz.com. The website incorporates a number of improved features designed to enhance the visitor experience of both existing and potential clients. These include descriptions of services offered by the firm, representative results, client testimonials, recent firm news, links to social media properties, and detailed biographies of the firm’s award winning attorneys.
Founding partner, Robert N. Katz, explained that part of the firm’s motivation for creating the new website was to highlight what distinguishes it from other law firms that represent injury victims and their families. "Every member of our team is committed to providing excellent legal representation in combination with unmatched client service,” said Katz. “We wanted our new website to provide the type of information that helps those affected by tragedy make the best decision about how to move forward.”
In addition to a number of improved features, the KSWF website includes a new section titled “Atlanta’s Most Dangerous Roads.” This series of pages serves as a resource for motorists who have been involved in an accident and want to research the area. It also provides assistance to drivers who wish to learn more about Atlanta roadways that are known for serious car accidents, and how to keep themselves and their passengers safe.
About Katz Stepp Wright & Fleming, LLC: The attorneys at KSWF bring over 175 years of combined experience to each client’s matter. The firm’s accident lawyers represent individuals and families in car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, as well as workers’ compensation, medical malpractice, and wrongful death claims. With law offices located in Atlanta and Decatur, GA the firm is able to serve clients across the Southeastern United States.