David G. Carter is a highly experienced attorney who represents the rights of clients in a wide variety of civil litigation matters. Specifically, David is committed to protecting the rights of individuals and families who have suffered injuries due to exposure to toxic mold in their homes or workplaces. Toxic mold litigation is highly technical and requires specific knowledge and resources, and David G. Carter brings a wealth of experience and skill to the table in every case.
David Carter graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia and a Juris Doctor from the Washington and Lee University School of Law. David went on to earn his Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Miami School of Law, where he graduated in the top five students in his class. He has nearly 20 years of practice experience and has been actively practicing law in Georgia since 2004. David Carter’s academic and professional pursuits are only one example of his dedication to excellence in the legal profession.
Over nearly 20 years of his career litigating cases, David Carter has developed an effective trial strategy that uses teamwork to provide individualized attention and honest opinions regarding the legal options of his clients. By keeping his practice small, he can dedicate the time and resources needed to every case he takes – especially in complex mold litigation. David will use his own experiences and legal education to provide the advice and guidance you need throughout your case.
David lives with his wife and children in beautiful Chamblee, Georgia, where David is an active member of his local community. In addition to supporting his children in Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, and various other activities, David is a member of the Board of Directors of Huntley Hills Swim and Tennis Club and its General Council. When not crushing the spirit of his adversaries, David Carter serves Chamblee, Georgia, as the Chairman of the Downtown Development Authority, which is helping to build a better Chamblee.
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