Preston Dunaway represents clients in a wide range of serious personal injury matters involving motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, wrongful death, and negligent security cases. Early in his career, he practiced at a large national law firm defending insurance companies as well as trucking corporations and apartment complexes. Experience on the defense side of the docket provides Preston with valuable perspective and knowledge which he utilizes to maximize economic recoveries for individuals and families impacted by tragic events.
“Knowing the litigation techniques and strategies routinely implemented by insurers and large corporations is a true advantage at both the negotiating table and in the courtroom, and our firm is well-versed at leveraging it to ensure a fair and just recovery for our clients.” – Preston Dunaway
Preston graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Mississippi before earning his Juris Doctor from Georgia State University College of Law. During his time at GSU, he served on the Law Review Executive Board and as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Legal Research and Writing Program.
An active member of the State Bar of Georgia and Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Preston also enjoys volunteering at worthwhile causes that support our military as well as younger individuals from low-income urban areas.
When not practicing law, Preston enjoys traveling with his wife and daughter, golf, and sports statistics.
Auto, Truck and Motorcycle Accidents
Georgia State University School of Law, J.D.
University of Mississippi, B.A.
State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
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Cigarette Dispensing Pinball Machines and the Georgia Lottery, Georgia State University Law Review, May 2021
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Did Bobby Jones & Augusta National Block the Pari-Mutuel Gambling Bill of 1935, Georgia State University Law Review, April 9, 2021
Shelter in Place: Executive Order by the Governor to Ensure a Safe & Healthy Georgia, Georgia State University Law Review, 2020
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