Tony Kalka, one of our skilled lawyers here at The Kalka Law Group, will soon be training other plaintiff’s personal injury lawyers about how to best answer this question: “How do I know if I have a good car accident case, and what do I do with it?” Mr. Kalka has been chosen to serve as a speaker at a continuing legal education (CLE) seminar that is being provided by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia on Sept. 6, 2013. The event is called “Secrets to a Successful Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Practice.” The seminar will be held at the State Bar of Georgia’s headquarters, which are located at 104 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta GA 30303.
When personal injury lawyers evaluate car accident claims, it is important that they have the appropriate tools to do so. At the seminar, Attorney Kalka will be providing other lawyers with helpful information pertaining to this area. In addition to Attorney Kalka, there will also be other speakers at the seminar who will provide instruction on how to better evaluate cases and reach positive results. Upon completing the seminar, participants will be able to obtain 6 CLE hours.
Mr. Kalka is a talented Atlanta personal injury lawyer who is well-equipped to handle all types of personal injury claims and lawsuits. He previously worked at a large insurance defense firm, which now gives him a unique perspective on how insurance companies evaluate and respond to personal injury claims, including car accident claims. Attorney Kalka is a frequent speaker on topics related to trial advocacy. He has been included in the Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™ list for several years, and he has repeatedly been named one of Georgia Trend’s Legal Elite. Furthermore, he is a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40.
If you have been wrongfully injured because of someone else’s negligent actions, do not hesitate to consult with one of our lawyers at The Kalka Law Group. In addition to car accident cases, we handle many other types of personal injury matters as well. Contact us today!