Kenneth S. Nugent, Attorney
If you live in Georgia, chances are you have seen Georgia accident lawyer Ken Nugent on television, on MARTA buses traveling through our neighborhoods, on billboards lining our streets, or heard him on Falcon's Football Radio – Dave FM. Ken's large marketing campaigns are a testament to his belief that all injury victims—regardless of race, economic situation, disability, or education level—deserve equal access to the legal system.
But, there is much more to Ken Nugent than simply aggressive marketing campaigns. In addition to being an accomplished and skilled Georgia accident lawyer, he is also a generous supporter of the Georgia communities served by his legal team. From dedicating time to the Relay for Life to sponsoring the Georgia Classroom Scholarship, and supporting young people in the Next Level Baseball Camp Program, Ken's commitment to going the extra step for Georgia is unwavering.
1355 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
No Matter Where You Are, We Will Be At Your Side Within 24 To 48 Hours.
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