I believe in doing whatever is necessary within the bounds of the law to resolve their case in a positive way.
Newnan, Georgia (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
Newnan attorney D. Scott Cummins was recently recognized as one of the top attorneys in Georgia by Georgia Trend Magazine. This recognition is particularly meaningful, because it is based entirely on voting by other attorneys licensed to practice in the state.
A former municipal court judge and prosecutor, Cummins now represents individuals and families from the firm’s Newnan, Georgia office. Cummins appreciated the recognition from one of Georgia’s largest business publications, and also reflected on the importance of doing quality legal work. “When clients ask an attorney to help them after an accident or arrest, they are putting a tremendous amount of trust in that person,” said Cummins. “I believe in doing whatever is necessary within the bounds of the law to resolve their case in a positive way.”
In addition to his own expertise, Cummins has the benefit of a strong team member in long-time law partner Bill Stemberger, an AV Rated personal injury attorney. This gives clients the benefit of frequent collaboration among two seasoned lawyers on the best way to approach difficult legal and factual issues that impact their cases. Stemberger was not at all surprised by Cummins’ selection to Legal Elite. “Scott’s work ethic is second to none. Combine this with his many years of experience in the courtroom, and it’s easy to see why Scott has an excellent track record in both criminal defense and personal injury cases.”
About Stemberger & Cummins, P.C.: The lawyers at S & C bring over 55 years of combined experience to each client’s case. The firm’s attorneys represent individuals and families in car, truck, and motorcycle accident cases, as well as those facing felony and misdemeanor charges. The firm’s Newnan office provides a convenient location for clients with legal matters in Atlanta, as well as cities southwest of the metro area, such as La Grange, Palmetto, Peachtree City, and Douglasville.