attorney-mannDavid Mann believes all clients deserve their lawyer’s full attention. That’s why he handles every case personally and really gets to know his clients and their families. He cares about their plight and is committed to getting the justice they deserve.
 

“When clients hire me, they’re hiring ME, not a paralegal or junior associate. I handle every case personally and do not pass clients to less experienced staff, like many large law firms do.”

Mann developed this working principle over the course of a diverse legal career that has included both plaintiff representation and insurance-defense work. Today, his practice focuses exclusively on personal injury, including car and truck accidents, workers’ compensation, and wrongful death. Mann is a second-generation attorney and learned a great deal about the law from his father, attorney Tommy Mann.

Before leading his own firm, Mann served for several years as in-house defense counsel for a large insurance company, which gives him unique insight into how insurance companies work. He uses this critical knowledge as an advantage for his clients. He is a tough negotiator and litigator, and he is exceptionally strategic in building cases on behalf of personal injury victims.

“Because of my previous experience, I know what the other side is going to do before they do it. I can anticipate their next move and render it ineffective. I understand the insurance industry’s defense tactics, and I out-maneuver them to create an advantage for my clients.”

Mann received his undergraduate degree in speech communication at the University of Alabama in 1993 and then spent a year in Washington, D.C., working on the U.S. House Committee for Veterans Affairs. Next, he attended Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law where he received his juris doctorate in 1997. He practiced law with his father for eight years before joining the legal department of a large insurance company. He re-joined his father in 2008 to continue the legal service that the family firm has been providing Georgians for decades.

“I know that if you treat people well, they will come back. They will also refer you to their friends and colleagues. I believe deeply in providing top-notch legal services that earn trust, confidence and respect.”

Photo of Attorney David Mann at his deskMann has achieved numerous seven-figure verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients. While he understands that this doesn’t make the pain or loss go away, it does provide financial resources for medical care and future family support for his clients.

“When you have a tough case involving someone who was told that nothing could be done for them, it’s a great feeling to successfully win financial damages. It makes you look like a hero in their eyes, and that’s really nice.”

When he’s not practicing law, Mann enjoys spending time with his family, including two teenage children. He is also active in the community and supports several worthwhile causes.

Education

  • Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law, Juris Doctorate (1997)
  • University of Alabama, B.A. (1997)

Bar Admission

Georgia State Bar (1997)

Professional Memberships

  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Middle Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (Past President)
  • Macon Touchdown Club (Board Member) – funds college athletic scholarships for area athletes


Attorney David Mann

Attorney David MannBefore leading his own firm, Mann served for several years as in-house defense counsel for a large insurance company, which gives him unique insight into how insurance companies work. He uses this critical knowledge as an advantage for his clients. He is a tough negotiator and litigator, and he is exceptionally strategic in building cases on behalf of personal injury victims.[ Attorney Bio ]

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