Posted in Firm News on May 22, 2013
(Atlanta, GA) On May 17, the Georgia-based law firm of Butler Wooten & Peak LLP was presented with the Guardian of Justice Award by the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association during the Association’s Annual Convention.
This prestigious award is GTLA’s highest honor and is reserved for members who have upheld the organization’s mission of “[P]rotecting the Constitutional promise of justice for all by guaranteeing the right to trial by jury, preserving an independent judiciary, and providing access to the courts for all Georgians.”
Receipt of the award recognizes the commitment Butler Wooten & Peak LLP has made to the pursuit of justice for its clients and the preservation of the civil justice system for all Georgians.
“We feel an obligation and responsibility to ensure that all Georgians have access to the civil justice system and the fundamental right to trial by jury,” commented firm managing partner Joel O. Wooten.
Senior partner James E. Butler, Jr. added, “We are humbled by this award and will continue to work hard to serve our clients and to make certain the courthouse doors remain open to all of the people and businesses of Georgia who have been harmed by others.”
From offices in Atlanta and Columbus, the Georgia-based law firm of Butler Wooten & Peak LLP has been helping people nationwide pursue full and fair compensation since 1988. With a team of exceptional trial lawyers, the firm has achieved record recoveries on behalf of clients who have been seriously or fatally injured in a truck accident, motor vehicle accident or because of a defective tire or automobile. Butler Wooten & Peak LLP also handles breach of fiduciary duty, business tort, and whistleblower cases on behalf of whistleblowers who have knowledge of fraud and wrongdoing that has resulted in financial harm to U.S. taxpayers.
To learn more about the law firm of Butler Wooten & Peak LLP, please call (800) 242-2962.