Why Lazenby Law Group?

Our attorneys bring a total of more than 20 years of legal experience along with a combined 29 years of service to our country. Our unique history allows us to offer our clients extraordinary, personalized legal representation during challenging times. We serve our clients as we served our country: honorably, tirelessly and faithfully. As experts in the field of personal injury law, we are focused on obtaining justice for the victims and families of those who have been injured by the negligence of others.


Our Promises To You

Personalized service for your unique case

Accessibility to your attorneys as questions arise

Transparency in every step of your case


Lazenby Law Group in the News

 

ALL VETERAN LAW GROUP LOOKS FORWARD WITH SHARED PAST

Their perspective as veterans shapes their advocacy for families who have suffered injury and death, and how they view plaintiffs work as another kind of service. They don't mind war analogies in litigation as long as people understand it's really not the same as the real kind with guns. And their current mission includes helping other veterans move forward, knowing that many have survived war only to fall victim to depression, substance abuse and suicide back home.  Read more >>

Veterans court helps steer vets clear of jail and off the streets

Too many veterans are living on the streets homeless, and many who do are also addicts.  Fulton County now has a one-of-a-kind Veterans Court that helps steer vets away from jail and toward a life on their own. Darell Falconer is a Marine who's going through the Veteran's Court. Falconer's mentor is fellow Marine Kyle Moore. Moore is an attorney who knows all too well that Falconer could end up back in jail if he's not diligent about his recovery.  Read more >>

Firefighter injured when truck ladder dropped settles for ‘pleasing sum’

A Hall County firefighter injured in a July 22, 2014, training incident settled Monday for a “pleasing sum” with truck manufacturer Sutphen, said his attorney Shane Lazenby.

T.J. Elliott, one of three firefighters who fell 44 feet in a ladder truck bucket at the Allen Creek Training Center, closed out the lawsuit after mediation.

“I believe I’m safe in concluding that T.J. was very pleased with the results and appreciative of the efforts of everybody to get it resolved,” Lazenby said. Read more >>