The Dublin personal injury lawyers at the Mann Law Firm have, for over 50 years, helped individuals in Dublin, GA whose lives have been affected by the negligent actions of others.
Around 16,200 Georgians call Dublin home. Featuring a great location as a midpoint between the larger metropolises of Savannah to the southeast and Atlanta to the northwest, Dublin is a regional hub for distribution centers in various industries such as textiles, furniture and paper. Named for the Irish capital, this beautiful municipality is also affectionately referred to as “The Emerald City.”
Just 50 miles from where we are based in Macon, the Mann Law Firm thinks of Dublin as a gem, too. We value our one-on-one relationships with people across Middle Georgia and focus our work on individuals – not large corporations or big business. We live and work here, and we care about every corner of our community.
Incorporated by the Georgia Assembly on December 9, 1812, Dublin is the county seat of Laurens County and anchors Laurens County with Johnson County to form the Dublin Micropolitan Statistical Area. During the first decade of the 20th century, Dublin was the third fastest growing city in Georgia. In fact, Dublin grew so fast that boosters named it “The only town in Georgia, that’s doublin all the time.” Today, this jewel boasts four sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Dublin Commercial Historic District and the Carnegie Library, which is home to the Laurens County Historical Society and Museum. One of the properties, the Stubbs Park-Stonewall Street Historic District, features a covered pavilion, picnic tables, playground, lighted tennis courts, lighted basketball courts, an amphitheater, creek with bridge, a skate park, and gorgeous landscaping.
The Laurens County Library, whose renowned genealogy department lays claim to archives and records going back 200 years, is located in Dublin. Representing the other end of the spectrum, Dublin is also home to the W. H. “Bud” Barron Airport, which possesses a 6,500-foot paved and lit primary runway equipped with an instrument approach system to handle commercial traffic. This ultramodern airport also has a state-of-the-art weather information system, a 6,500-foot taxiway, a 5,000-foot crosswind runway and a 4,000-square-foot terminal with a fully equipped conference room.
Dublin is strategically situated at the junction of Interstate 16 and U.S. Highway 441 and 319, while U.S. 80 provides easy access from both east and west. It has been chosen as a “City of Excellence” by Georgia Trend Magazine, as a Signature Community by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and was awarded the first American Association of Retirement Communities Seal of Approval in Georgia.
With over 400 stores and restaurants, Dublin’s historic downtown offers plenty of opportunities to shop and eat. The Theatre Dublin, built in 1934 as a movie theater and renovated in 1996 as a performing arts center, seats up to 620 people and features a regular schedule of concerts, plays, and movies. Of course, Dublin’s biggest celebration is St. Patrick’s Day, and festivities happen throughout the month of March including a parade, a road race, a leprechaun contest, and an arts and crafts fair. With the beauty of the Oconee River as a backdrop, Dublin offers plenty of activities to residents and visitors alike.
There’s a lot to love about Dublin. Whatever you do here, and however you enjoy the city, it’s our mission at the Mann Law Firm to help you do it safely and to protect your rights if someone has harmed you.
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