Rhodes Law, P.C. is dedicated to restoring honest people in Northwest Georgia back to the lives they love after an accident. Accidents can happen and affect anyone at any time. The pain caused by unfortunate and unforeseen events can completely disrupt our daily routine, destroy our peace of mind, and consume our lives. The goal of Rhodes Law, P.C., is to simplify the process of our clients’ recovery by providing exceptional personal service and legal assistance to those who have been harmed by no fault of their own.
Rhodes Law, P.C., with offices in downtown Dalton and Ringgold, is Northwest Georgia’s only local law firm devoted solely to assisting people harmed by serious injuries caused by others’ negligence or malpractice. Firms based out of larger cities, like Atlanta or Chattanooga, who advertise as car wreck attorneys handle so many cases that often you are seen as just a number. These firms often attempt to settle a case as quickly as possible, so they may collect the money and move onto the next case. Many clients who choose large firms to handle their injury issues never even meet their lawyer. On the other hand, many smaller firms in Northwest Georgia do not specialize in any area of law, and will take on any type of case that comes through the door. Lawyers at these firms may go weeks or even months without handling any case similar to yours. Rhodes Law, P.C., is the only law firm in Northwest Georgia to provide the level of personal service and care of a small town firm while still delivering the knowledge and specialization of a larger firm.
Christopher K. Rhodes is the managing lawyer of Rhodes Law, P.C. Chris is passionate about serving clients who have been injured and strives to provide each of his clients with exceptional personal and legal service.
Chris moved to Northwest Georgia after he excelled at Mercer Law School. Along with his glowing academic record, Chris also received the award for Best Advocate at the Charleston National Constitutional Law Competition, served on the esteemed Mercer Law Review, and was elected president of the Legal Aid and Volunteer Association. After a short stint at a local firm, Chris began serving as chief legal counsel for several machining and turf manufacturing corporations. Aside from his role as a corporate legal adviser, Chris devotes the entirety of his time and efforts to advocating and counseling clients who have been seriously injured at no fault of their own. Chris desires to use his expertise in the legal system to restore good, honest people back to the lives they love after an accident.
Chris attended the University of Georgia for his undergraduate degree. This is where he spent four years as a member of the Georgia Redcoat Marching Band. Outside of work, Chris is an avid golfer and Georgia High School Mock Trial coach.