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Amer Ahmad

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Phone: 404-622-5337
Fax: 404-816-7375

121 Church St
Decatur, Georgia 30030

Rising StarAmer Ahmad represents individuals and families of those who have been severely injured as a result of motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, or negligently maintained premises. Prior to entering private practice, Amer served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Horace J. Johnson in the Alcovy Judicial Circuit. He then practiced for several years at a respected Atlanta law firm defending insurance companies and corporations. At McAleer Law, Amer is proud to represent real people and applies his knowledge of Georgia courts, insurance companies’ claims procedures, and his trial experience to attain the best outcome for his clients.

Amer graduated from Furman University where he majored in Political Science and served as the President of the Student Government Association. He then graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he excelled on the school’s Moot Court and Mock Trial teams. Due to his success in trial advocacy, he was inducted into the National Order of the Barristers and the prestigious Lumpkin Inn of Court.

Amer resides with his fiancé in Inman Park. Despite his doctor’s advice, he is an avid fan of Atlanta’s sports teams and the Dawgs.

Education

J.D., University of Georgia School of Law

B.A., Furman University

Client Testimonials
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"I went to Charles after I was hit in a car accident last year. He, and especially his paralegals, were very considerate and actually cared about me. They helped me BIG time..My settlement was way more than I could even imagine. They are great about keeping you in the loop and getting your case done fast." Lauren
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“Charles handled a personal injury suit that was primarily for symptoms that were not simple to demonstrate to the jury. Throughout the case Charles was professional and well prepared. We won an excellent settlement for this type of case.” Cindy
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“After my case was turned down by several firms, I asked Mr. McAleer to review my case. He did, and he thought he could win it. The insurance company did not offer me one dime, even at trial and after the jury was deliberating. The Gwinnett jury returned a verdict in my favor for $300,000. I was in tears. I will always be thankful to Mr. McAleer for believing in my case and in me.” R.S.