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Bob Coleman - Gainesville Personal Injury Attorney

John R. Coleman, Jr.:

Attorney Bob Coleman is a founding partner as well as, a “Super Lawyer” in Georgia, practicing Personal Injury, Wrongful Death and Domestic law.

Mr. Coleman uses the experience gained from prior representation of insurance companies to now seek justice for families suffering the loss of a loved one due to negligent drivers.  As the supervising attorney for our Personal Injury Department, Mr. Coleman focuses on tractor-trailer collisions, product liability, slip and fall, work related injuries, nursing home abuse and boat-related injuries.

Mr. Coleman has over 26 years of legal experience.  Mr. Coleman is a registered court mediator and is authorized to mediate all types of disputes arising from collisions, business, contracts, debt collection, insurance disputes, and numerous other areas of law.

Mr. Coleman received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University, before obtaining his law degree from Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University in 1989.

Mr. Coleman is a family man, married to his wife Tami since 1989 and the couple has two lovely daughters.

 

Robert Chambers III - Dawsonville Accident Attorney

Rob Chambers:

Mr. Robert W. Chambers, III specializes in personal injury and wrongful death at the law firm of Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP. Many of Rob’s clients are accepted under a contingency fee agreement meaning there are little or no costs of litigation until recovery.  Mr. Chambers offers free initial consultations in areas such as personal injury claims, workers’ compensation and automobile accidents.  Rob Chambers and all of the trial lawyers at Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP offer free initial consultations in their offices in Gainesville and Dawsonville, Georgia. The lawyers at Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP also travel to surrounding areas such as Commerce, Jefferson, Winder, Lawrenceville, Cornelia, Clarksville, Flowery Branch, Buford, Cleveland, and Dahlonega to meet accident victims. Please feel free to contact Rob Chambers today for a free consultation at (800) 400-GA LAW.

Upon graduation of Mercer University and Law School, Rob Chambers returned to his hometown of Gainesville, Georgia to work as an assistant district attorney for C. Andrew Fuller (now Chief Judge of Hall and Dawson County Superior Courts).  Rob was trained and further educated in trial practice by chief assistant district attorney, Lee Darragh (presently District Attorney).  Upon completing over 21 jury trials with a 90 percent success rate, Rob joined The Law Firm of Whelchel, Dunlap & Gignilliat.

In 1996, Rob Chambers and Bob Coleman, friends from law school, formed Coleman and Chambers, LLP.  Over the past twenty five years Rob has served as a trial court judge (Hall County State Court), has presided over cases in Hall’s Superior Courts, served as City Attorney for Flowery Branch, and was the Hall and Dawson County Representative to the Georgia State Bar’s Board of Governors. As a trial lawyer and former judge, Rob gained an extremely valuable insider’s viewpoint of the judicial system while presiding over important legal matters such as personal injury cases, car and trucking accidents, DUI cases, disputed traffic offenses, condemnation cases and contract disputes. Rob has represented individuals in areas of trucking accidents, all types of personal injuries, car accidents, workers’ compensation, trip-and-fall, slip-and-fall, property damages, also construction disputes, contract disputes and condemnation law (property taken by Georgia DOT and/or power line companies).  Rob was selected as an initial officer and founding member of the Chattahoochee Inn of Court.  He has acted as Special Master in numerous cases often appointed by local Superior Court Judges.

Rob Chambers now handles much of the firm’s complex litigation cases.  Recently the Georgia Supreme Court upheld a $1.4 million verdict which Rob Chambers obtained from Ingles Markets in a jury trial lasting almost five weeks!  This was reported as the longest civil jury trial in Hall County’s history. By dedicating the majority of his law practice to injured people, Attorney Chambers feels that he is giving back to the local community that he has been a part of since birth. Rob Chambers, a native to Northeast Georgia, is a member of the Gainesville Rotary Club, the Northeastern Circuit Bar Association (Hall and Dawson), Gainesville’s First United Methodist Church and Gainesville High Athletic and Lakeview Academy’s Booster Clubs.

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J Cale Rogers - Car Wreck Lawyer in Georgia

Cale Rogers:

As a partner with Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP, Mr. Rogers assists clients in all associated areas of Automobile Injuries, Real Property Law, Premises Liability (Slip & Fall), Contracts, Wills and Trusts.  Mr. Rogers also regularly represents clients in Probate matters in connection with claims, Real Estate Closings, Real Estate Litigation and general Civil Litigation.

Mr. Rogers just successfully obtained over $670,000 in a wrongful death claim in the Northeast Georgia area.  Mr. Rogers handles trucking cases in the Federal Courts as well as the State Courts of Georgia.

Additionally, Mr. Rogers ensures that our clients’ needs are met when either purchasing or selling residential or commercial property. With vast experience in litigating real estate related disputes, Mr. Rogers has successfully resolved numerous real estate cases including boundary line & easement disputes, quiet title actions related to the lawful ownership of property, title insurance claims and eminent domain.

Mr. Rogers is also the go-to attorney for a significant portion the firm’s Business, Corporate and Contract work.  Helping our clients prepare, interpret and negotiate contracts, Mr. Rogers is proficient in real estate, business, employment and all varieties of contracts and agreements.  Mr. Rogers is also the firm’s leading attorney for Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs), a domestic document sorting the complexities of dividing one or more retirement accounts.

After receiving his undergrad in English from Western Carolina University, Mr. Rogers obtained his Juris Doctor from Walter F. George School of Law in 2001. When Mr. Rogers isn’t putting out legal fires, he is spending time with his wife and children.

Candace Williams

Candace M. Williams:

Candace M. Williams is a law firm partner and attorney at Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP in the practice of family law.  Ms. Williams is skilled in providing representation to our clients in all areas of the firm’s family law practice such as: divorces (contested and uncontested), child custody, visitation, and child support; alimony and spousal support; modification of child support, custody, visitation, and alimony; legitimation and paternity actions; post divorce issues; domestic violence, temporary protective orders/restraining orders; adoptions; grandparent and third party custody/visitation; appeals; pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, interstate child support and custody matters involving the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.

Ms. Williams, as an attorney, is involved in all aspects of the court process from discovery, depositions, temporary hearings, emergency hearings, hearings on temporary protective orders to final hearings. As a divorce attorney, Candace often assists clients with simple estate planning such as drafting Last Will and Testaments, Living Wills, Durable Healthcare Power of Attorney and Financial Power of Attorney. Family law is extremely sensitive and Ms Williams utilizes mediation and negotiation whenever possible, but aggressively represents her clients when litigation is necessary.

Ms. Williams was born and raised in Gainesville, Georgia.  She received her undergraduate degree from Brenau Women’s College, cum laude, before obtaining her law degree from Mississippi College School of Law with distinction in 2002.  During law school, Ms. Williams was an active member of the Moot Court Board, Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association (student division), Phi Delta Phi and the Legal Eye student publication.  She was the overall winner of the prestigious Taylor, Cook, and Bush Moot Court Board Competitions in 2002 and a Semifinalist in the American Bar Association Mott Court Competition in early 2003.

Ms. Williams joined the Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP team in 2003 as an associate and became a partner of their firm five years later.

Currently, Ms. Williams is a member of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and is an active member of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).

 

Natalie TestonNatalie V. Teston:

Natalie Teston is a partner at Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP working alongside Partner, Bob Coleman in the area of Personal Injury Litigation and Department Director, Candace M. Williams in the area of Family Law.  In the field of Personal Injury Litigation, Mrs. Teston assists clients with cases involving car accidents, tractor-trailer collisions, product liability, slip and fall, work related injuries and nursing home abuse.

Working with Candace M. Williams and John R. Coleman, Mrs. Teston has experience in all areas of family law including slip and fall cases, automobile and trucking cases and has participated in jury trials yielding verdicts in excess of one million dollars!

Mrs. Teston practices law throughout Northeast Georgia, including Hall County, Dawson County, White County, Habersham County, Stephens County, Rabun County, Lumpkin County, Union County, Jackson County, Union County, Towns County, Gwinnett County, Barrow County, Forsyth County, Cherokee County, Cobb County and Fulton County.

After receiving her Bachelor’s degrees in History and International Affairs at the University of Georgia, Mrs. Teston continued her education to obtain her Juris Doctor from the University Of Georgia School Of Law.

When not representing personal injury and family law clients, Mrs. Teston enjoys spending time with her husband, Clint Teston, who is also an attorney.

Kyle FerenceKyle A. Ference:

 

Kyle A. Ference is a native of northeast Georgia, having been raised in Jackson County and graduating from Mill Creek High School in Gwinnett County. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee where he participated in varsity football and mock trial, and was a member of the Honor Council.

Mr. Ference graduated, cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law in May 2014. While at UGA, he served on the editorial board of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law as an Articles Editor. His experience in law school included working in the legal department at International Paper, a Fortune 500 company, at their corporate headquarters in Memphis, as well as working for a general practice law firm in Athens. Additionally, Kyle interned in the Western Circuit Public Defender’s Office in Athens, and spent his final spring break volunteering his time in the New Orleans Public Defender’s Office.

Mr. Ference joined Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams in May 2015 after serving a year as a staff attorney in the Piedmont Judicial Circuit. In that capacity, he worked for and advised the four Superior Court judges in Jackson, Banks, and Barrow counties on a variety of matters, including those involving issues of divorce, custody, personal injury, business litigation, and criminal law.

When not practicing law, Kyle enjoys hiking, CrossFit, and watching Jeopardy.