Ramsey and Norman

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Atlanta, Georgia Violent Crimes Lawyer Boris Ramsey answers:

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3400 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1311
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

(404) 994-7923

About Our Firm

At the Law Offices of Ramsey and Norman, we offer comprehensive and capable legal services to clients involved in personal injury, wrongful death, and criminal cases. We understand how intimidating, confusing, and stressful the legal system can be, especially for those who have never been involved with it before. If you have suffered a personal injury in an accident due to the negligence of another or if you are facing misdemeanor or felony charges anywhere in the greater Atlanta area, we urge you to contact our offices to speak to an Atlanta criminal defense attorney or an Atlanta personal injury attorney as soon as possible. We can review your case, evaluate where you stand, and advise you on what needs to be done to resolve your legal matter as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

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