Duluth, Georgia

The city of Duluth, Georgia is about 23 miles north of Atlanta in Gwinnett County. Once called Howell Crossing after Evan Howell, the grandfather of Atlanta Mayor Evan P. Howell, Duluth became one end of an ambitious railroad that would stretch all the way to Duluth, Minnesota. Now, the Southeastern Railway museum allows visitors to ride in restored cabooses behind real steam engines. Duluth also has the distinction of having elected the first female mayor elected in Georgia, Alice Harrell Strickland, in 1922.

Duluth is another Atlanta suburb that prides itself in being an excellent place to raise a family. Duluth is mentioned along with Alpharetta, as an important "reloville" in Forbes magazine. Recently, Gwinnett County was awarded the Broad Prize for Urban Education in 2010 (Gwinnett County). The town green and Gwinnett Center both provide community gathering opportunities, including a Fall Festival and the Intergalactic Bead Show. Atlanta's NHL team, the Thrashers, practice in Duluth's ice rink. The practices are open to the public.

Our Atlanta and Decatur offices are both conveniently located to Duluth. If you have a serious personal injury matter or business dispute, please call Mr. Fleming directly on (404) 525-5150 or contact us online to discuss your case in complete confidence.

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