Why Choose Us?
Over $200M Won/Recovered for Our Clients
Confidential Seven Figure Settlement
At Bayuk Pratt, we are unlike any other Atlanta personal injury firm. Before founding our firm, Frank and Bradley were senior partners at two of the biggest and most elite defense law firms in the world. We were trained by the best, and our legal skills were available only to the wealthiest corporations – leading their legal fights at the highest levels of injury and commercial litigation. We know exactly how defendants defend cases and try to avoid legal responsibility – because we were experts at doing it. And we know how to defeat it. We founded Bayuk Pratt to help people in need, and to use our years of top-notch training and insider knowledge to give clients an advantage not available anywhere else.
THE BEST OF THE BEST
We are first and foremost trial lawyers. We’ve tried lots of cases – with excellent results – and we believe the best way to get maximum compensation for our clients is to prepare cases from day one as if they will go to trial. Of course, we settle cases too when that best serves the client’s interests, and we strive to achieve the most efficient resolution in every case. But we are always ready to go to court and take your case to a jury if that is what’s necessary to get full justice.
From the moment we take your case, your problems become our focus. We are zealous advocates for the injured and those suffering loss through no fault of their own. Our specialties include severe personal injury and wrongful death, and we have significant experience handling cases in a wide range of areas:
Our corporate clients paid us $1000 an hour or more for our time. You get that same level of representation for FREE – you pay nothing for our services unless and until we recover for you.
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