Civil Litigation


Preston & Malcom’s attorneys are highly skilled in a wide range of civil and business litigation matters. When you have a legal dispute, you want to know your attorneys have experience, integrity and a commitment to winning your case.

Our firm has developed a strong reputation for successful banking and corporate litigation and support, as well as a strong trial practice. We represent clients in virtually every litigation forum, including federal, state and appellate courts.

Preston & Malcom believes in a collaborative approach, utilizing the strengths and unique backgrounds of all our attorneys to provide our clients with the highest level of expertise. Our attorneys often work as a team to achieve the most effective result for our clients.

We have extensive experience handling a variety of legal disputes, including:

•Business Litigation
•Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights
•Real Estate Litigation
•Employment Law
•Mediation and Arbitration Services
•General Representation and Counsel
•Workers’ Compensation

We are committed to helping you resolve your legal dispute in the most time and cost-efficient manner. We always strive to settle matters out of court, but when that isn’t possible, we are fierce, experienced litigators and we will fight to protect your interests. Preston & Malcom’s unique, smaller structure allows us to provide the same high quality legal expertise as Atlanta attorneys at a fraction of the cost.

For a consultation on how we can help you resolve your civil or business litigation matter, call or email us today.

icons_lg_speechDid you know?

While there will always be claims of frivolous lawsuits clogging the legal system, it is clear this is not always the case. There are many individuals   who are not pursuing legal action on legitimate cases, and missing out on compensation or awarded damages that they may deserve.

Facts about Civil Litigation in the U.S.

•  Only 10% of injured Americans file a claim for compensation (including insurance claims and demands) and only 2% actually file lawsuits

•  It is estimated that over 195,000 fatalities occur each year from avoidable medical injuries •Approximately 85,000 medical malpractice suits are filed annually

•  Data from the National Center for State Courts shows a marked decline in personal injury filings in 30 states from 1996 to 2005.