Lilburn, Georgia

Located in Gwinnett County, Lilburn is a city of over 12,000 people about 25 miles from downtown Atlanta. It boasts a vibrant and diverse population.

Lilburn experienced major setbacks in the early part of the 20th century. In 1920, a fire destroyed the downtown area. Then the Boll Weevil arrived and the cotton crop was decimated. Finally, in 1929, the depression delivered the final blow that would eliminate the town's government for the next 25 years.

Lilburn began to recover in 1955 with the advent of a water line. Now the community hosts the Lilburn Daze Arts and Crafts festival every October, and is also the home of the biggest Hindu temples in the world. The Shri Swaminarayan Mandir was built from stone shipped over from India, and the price minimized by uncountable hours of volunteer labor by congregants, who were then worshipping in a converted roller rink.

Our Decatur office is located close to Lilburn. We regularly litigate case in the Gwinnett County Courthouse and our law firm is experienced in helping families face life changing circumstances caused by serious personal injuries. 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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In a Suburb of Atlanta, a Temple Stops Traffic

Mandir information

History of Lillburn

Lilburn, Georgia from Wikipedia

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