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Atlanta personal injury attorney Walter Gabriel understands the benefit that African American attorneys can provide to their communities, and he uses his personal and legal background as a black attorney to serve his community.

A champion in the courtroom, Walter’s litigation experience includes suits involving a vast array of personal injury cases and business litigation spanning across multiple states.  He began his legal career practicing commercial litigation at Phelps Dunbar in New Orleans, Louisiana.

There, he helped litigate complex business disputes between major companies. As part of a team representing Lloyd’s of London, UPS, television news stations, government contractors, industry-leading companies in oil & gas and other business industries, as well as former mayoral candidates and professional athletes, he helped his clients obtain successful outcomes, including before the Louisiana Supreme Court.

Early in his legal career, Walter gained invaluable trial experience as an Assistant District Attorney in one of the nation’s toughest courtrooms. He argued multiple cases before jurors for successful verdicts in hotly contested trials.

Today, Walter uses these experiences to fight for his own clients. Walter takes on big insurance companies so that his clients and their families recover financially from their injuries. Walter also helps victims of medical malpractice, premise liability, wrongful death, and other catastrophic injury.

The Law Firm of Walter Gabriel is a black-owned personal injury law firm in Atlanta that operates with the belief that all people deserve fair representation under the law. Walter Gabriel has spoken at church events and participated in “Know Your Rights” radio segments with predominately African American audiences. Walter also uses his diverse perspective to provide legal analysis and commentary on Court TV.

Before graduating from Southern University Law Center, Walter served as the Managing Editor of the Southern University Law Review. The law review selected his authored work for publication. Walter earned a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University. While studying print journalism in college, his reporting earned him local, statewide and national awards. He was the second African-American student in school history to be named Editor-in-Chief of the LSU Daily Reveille.

Walter is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Georgia. He is a member of the Georgia Bar Association, Louisiana Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Louisiana Association for Justice, and Atlanta Bar Association. Walter attends Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Atlanta, GA and is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc. He spends his time between Louisiana and Atlanta with his wife and their beloved Cocker Spaniel, Spanky.

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