Experienced Representation by Your Side
Experience is a key factor when looking for a civil litigation lawyer. The law firm of Fain, Major & Brennan, P.C., has been practicing law in Georgia for more than three decades. Our attorneys merge negotiation skills with extensive trial experience and creative trial techniques. From our office in Atlanta, we represent insurance companies, businesses and professionals throughout the state of Georgia.
Fain, Major & Brennan, P.C. has received many significant accolades over the years including:
- Georgia’s Top Law Firms based on AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell Lawyers Ratings
- A.M. Best Recommended Insurance Attorneys
- 2013 Go-To Law Firms for the Top Fortune 500 Companies
- 2013 Top Rated Lawyers in Transportation Law
- Super Lawyer – Gene Major
- 2018 Super Lawyer Rising Stars – David Olson
AV Preeminent Rating* for Attorney (Highest Possible Rating for both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards)
- Gene A. Major
- Thomas E. Brennan
- James W. Hardee
- Jessica Sanford
- David A. Olson
However, the most important accolade to Fain, Major & Brennan — the satisfaction of our clients through the efficient resolution of their work.
Our lawyers practice in all state and federal courts in Georgia. To learn more about the legal qualifications and background of our lawyers, please follow the links below.
- Ash, Ellen
- Brennan, Thomas E.
- Dorfman, Benjamin S.
- Hardee, James W.
- Jarman, Camille N.
- Major, Gene A.
- McDonald, Allison M.
- Olson, David A.
- Olson, Meghan Elizabeth
- Pettus, W. Jason
- Rago, Elizabeth Lindsay Kramer
- Ray, Dale C. Jr.
- Roth, Robyn Melanie
- Sanford, Jessica Elizabeth
- Scott, Mark E
- Taylor, James F. III
- Yarbrough, Walter B.
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*CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories — legal ability and general ethical standards.