The Georgia personal injury legal team at Hendrick & Henry is ready to help you in your time of need.
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Partners Troy Hendrick and Joseph Henry are dedicated and award-winning Georgia trial lawyers whose overwhelming sense of justice guides the firm in all they do.
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We are the classic “boutique firm,” giving you the personal attention every client deserves. No case is too small for us, but we fight in every case as though it’s the biggest one we’ve ever handled…
– Troy P. Hendrick
Troy is the founding partner of Hendrick and Henry Law. He is an experienced and creative trial lawyer who has been based in Atlanta, Georgia since 2003. Troy specializes in General Plaintiff’s lawsuits (negligent security/shootings, motorcycle collisions, bicycle, e-bike/e-scooter collisions, premises liability/slip-and-fall, motor vehicle collisions, insurance bad faith, and constitutional claims). The firm he founded has continuously operated from the same office in the shadow of the DeKalb County courthouse in Decatur, Georgia since 2005. Troy has recovered many millions of dollars for his clients, spearheading multi-million-dollar litigations to completion, including negligent security claims, premises liability, and serious motor vehicle collisions.
Joseph Henry is a partner in the firm specializing in trial law—specifically personal injury claims resulting from car accidents and commercial truck collisions, premises liability claims, and claims brought by victims of crime. Soon after Joseph joined forces with the law firm then known as The Law Offices of Troy P. Hendrick in 2015, Joseph became a partner, and the firm name became Hendrick & Henry Law. For more than five years, Joseph managed the firm’s busy defense and traffic practice and expanded the firm’s capacity to handle increasingly high demand for the firm’s services after a series of high-profile civil litigation cases involving the DeKalb Recorder’s Court over its mishandling of thousands of state misdemeanor charges