Doraville, Georgia

Historically, Doraville was another small agricultural town north of Atlanta, until General Motors built it's assembly plant there in the 1940s. With the help of the plant and the railroad, the town grew to the point that it annexed the neighboring communities of Oakcliff and Northwoods by 1960. In 2008, the GM plant closed, leaving the huge complex to generate rumors of redevelopment, including a new NFL Stadium for the Falcons and a mixed use complex similar to Atlantic Station.

Doraville is a vibrant suburb of Atlanta and has over 10,000 residents. Doraville (along with neighboring Chamblee) have a richly diverse population as both have seen a great influx of Asian residents along Buford Highway.

Our Decatur office is located very close to Doraville. Our law firm is experienced in helping Doraville families face life changing circumstances after a loved one has been seriously injured. We have achieved great successes in cases involving automobile accidents, dental malpractice, medical malpractice and other types of personal injury case. Please contact Robert J. Fleming directly at (404) 525-5150 or contact us online, if you would like to discuss the merits of your case.

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Doraville (may1992) = ARS

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