David T. Lashgari, Esq. is the managing partner for Lashgari & Associates, P.C., Attorneys At Law. David is both an engineer and a lawyer. He is a former top federal government expert and accident investigator. David has more than 33 years' experience in engineering and accident investigation. Additionally, David has 20 years of experience in successfully representing hundreds of injured victims of car and truck accidents. When you hire David as your accident injury lawyer, as an extra bonus, you are also getting a former top federal government accident investigator and engineering expert witness. David fully understands accidents because he has a superior knowledge of massive violent forces that in a fraction of seconds cause life-long injuries and disability. > If your accident injury claim lawyer has a full understanding of the mechanics of the accident and the forces, which are chiefly responsible for causing impact injuries, his strategy to maximize your compensation is superior to those lawyers who lack his 33 years of engineering and accident investigation experience.
- 33 years of engineering and accident investigation
- A top former engineering expert for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Washington, D.C.
Years of Protecting the Rights of Injured Victims of Car & Truck Accidents
Car and truck accident injuries are chiefly caused by massive mechanical forces. David Lashgari, Esq. understands the legal principles of your wreck and also possesses an engineering expert's ability to appreciate the mechanical forces involved in a crash that could potentially translate into a superior winning strategy for your injury claim. David Lashgari, Esq., is a former U.S. Government Engineer, expert witness and accident investigator. David Lashgari, Esq., brings to your claim an advantageous edge through powerfully combining 33 years of engineering and accident investigation with 20 years of legal experience. Contact us in Marietta, Georgia, to find out more about our personal law and injury case services.