After sustaining an injury, going to court to prosecute the party that has caused you harm sounds daunting. To relieve the stress of the situation, hire a Kennesaw personal injury lawyer from The Kalka Law Group. Their knowledge and experience will provide you with much needed legal solutions to your problem. As former defenders of large corporations, they can provide unique insight into settlements because they know exactly what motivates them.

As proof of our competence, our firm has been given a number of accolades from both our clients and the legal community. ​​

  • We were voted the 2012, 2013 and 2014 Client’s Choice for Personal Injury in Avvo®, a well-known legal ranking website.
  • In addition, both of our attorneys have been included in list of Georgia’s Super Lawyers® as a Rising Stars℠, an honor that is given to less than 2.5% of lawyers in the nation. Attorney Kalka was given this honor in 2006 and 2009-2013.
  • Attorney Kalka was selected for Georgia’s Super Lawyers®, from 2014-2019.
  • The National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 under 40 also listed Attorney Kalka last year.

Info about Kennesaw

The Georgian city, Kennesaw, is part of Cobb County in the greater Atlanta area. The United States Census Bureau estimates its population to be around 30,000, about 64% of these reporting their ethnicity as White, and 22% reporting Black. The average income of each household is around $60,000, with 11% of their population being under the poverty line, which is 4% lower than the national average of persons living in poverty.

Kennesaw was originally formed as a railroad shanty town, dubbed “Big Shanty”. It was eventually turned into a camp for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War, because of its ideal location by a fresh water supply and close proximity to the railroad. At this time, there were still no permanent structures except for the famous Lacy House, the town boarding house. During Sherman’s notorious “March to the Sea”, the Lacy house was burned to the ground in November, 1864.

After the war, the devastated city began to grow slowly as the town was rebuilt. When the Western and Atlantic railroad was rebuilt in the 1880s, the town expanded substantially, prospering primarily from the railroad shipping industry. The City of Kennesaw was officially born in 1877.

The city now has its own historical exhibits like a Civil War era locomotive, called