Meet Sho Watson
SHO WATSON IS AN ATTORNEY WITH NEARLY TWO DECADES OF EXPERIENCE HELPING EVERYDAY PEOPLE GET JUSTICE AND COMPENSATION FOR THEIR INJURIES.
From complex premises liability cases, to tragedies involving wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury, Sho’s legal experience has resulted in financial justice for his clients and their loved ones.
A dedicated community servant, Sho participates in a number of projects in the Atlanta area, including spending time as a volunteer at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge. In addition to his legal practice, Sho serves as a part time judge in the Fulton County Juvenile Court. He is a volunteer attorney for the Georgia Appleseed Project, which represents, for free, students who are in danger of being expelled from public school. He is a frequent volunteer at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge and dedicates time to the Alzheimer’s Association of America.
Sho earned his law degree from The Howard University School of Law. He holds a Master’s Degree from Florida A&M University and a B.S. in Psychology from Morehouse College. He lives in Atlanta.
Our Practice Areas
The sound of a big rig’s air brakes is one of the scariest experiences one can have when driving on the roads.
Unfortunately, too many drivers are inattentive, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or just plan reckless in their approach to handling their cars while on our streets and highways.
Restaurants, Convenience Stores, Grocery Stores, Malls, any business that is open to the public…ALL of them have a duty to ensure that their business (including, in some instances, the parking lot) is safe for customers.
Georgia law provides the survivors of those wrongfully killed with a path to justice. By filing a wrongful death lawsuit, surviving family members can gain financial security as well as a sense of closure.
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