Been Injured?

Is Some Other Person or Company at Fault?

This isn’t your fault and you shouldn’t have to pay. Contact the Law Office of Leonard T. Mathis, where we pride ourselves on our outstanding results and excellent customer service.

Don’t ever try to take on an insurance company’s team of adjusters and attorneys alone. You never want to accept less than the amount you are entitled!

At the Law Office of Leonard T. Mathis, we pride ourselves on being more than mere personal injury attorneys. Instead, we are true champions for the people.

Don’t choose a law firm based on flashy television commercials or catchy radio jingles. Too often, firms with such tactics are only profitable by attracting large numbers of clients. Once you have signed their contract, you quickly become a number instead of a person.

Don’t go to a firm that won’t treat your case as a priority.

We are focused on helping injured individuals and their families whose lives have been shattered by the negligence or wrongdoing of others.

Our attorneys have worked in the Atlanta legal field for years, and often witnessed other firms belittle and neglect their own clients based on the perceived quality of each case. Too often, injured people are treated like numbers and cases were collected like children collect stamps or marbles. Because honorable people are too often being overlooked and undervalued by their own attorneys, our attorneys created The Law Office of Leonard T. Mathis. Here, every client enjoys quality legal presentation with a firm that exemplifies both precision and premier-quality customer service.

Our Areas of Expertise

Leonard T. Mathis, ESQ.

Attorney Mathis works hard for each and every client. As a native of Metropolitan Atlanta, he truly values the Atlanta community, and the opportunity to fight for the people truly injured by the negligence or misconduct of another. Aside from the legal services he provides, Attorney Mathis takes the time to serve in other ways as well, often volunteering with Hands on Atlanta on weekends, as well as routinely serving breakfast at local soup kitchens.