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Foy & Associates, PC is a personal injury law firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm is known for its slogan, "Call in the Strong Arm," and its television ads featuring the boxer Sugar Ray Leonard. The ads air throughout the greater Atlanta area.
Foy & Associates was founded in 1999 by John Foy, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin native and graduate of the University of Dayton and Ohio Northern University Claude W. Pettit College of Law. He was admitted to the practice of law in 1993 for the state of Georgia. Foy is admitted to the U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, as well as the Supreme Court of Georgia, and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Association for Justice, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, The American Bar Association and the Atlanta Bar Association. The firm's 12 lawyers specialize in representing individuals who have been injured in accidents or by prescribed medications, and help clients file claims for Worker's Compensation and Social Security. The firm sponsors the Atlanta Hawks.
Philanthropic and political work
In January 2012, John Foy & Associates launched an attorney mentoring program, where law students visited the firm and blogged about it every week for a year. Students who complete the program receive a letter of reference from John Foy and a Question and Answer dinner.
- ↑ LawGuru: John Foy
- ↑ John Foy & Associates TV Ad Featuring Sugar Ray Leonard
- ↑ John Foy & Associates: Our Attorneys
- ↑ State Bar of Georgia: John Foy
- ↑ American Association of Justice: John Foy
- ↑ Georgia Trial Lawyers Association: John Foy
- ↑ Atlanta Bar Association: John Foy
- ↑ Above the Law: "Size Matters: To Sir With Love" by Valerie Katz
- ↑ RMG News, December 11, 2011, "John Foy and Associates Collecting Donations for Toys for Tots Program Through December 31st"
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