Experienced Advocates Putting Your Needs First

Mitchell Shapiro Greenamyre & Funt LLP provides high-quality representation to individuals and businesses throughout Georgia. Richard C. Mitchell, Kenneth A. Shapiro, Zack W. Greenamyre and Samantha J. Funt, all partners at the firm, previously worked at large Atlanta law firms. They have come together to offer their clients the direct attention that they deserve. Today, all of the attorneys at our firm provide the high-quality legal services you expect from a big firm and the personal attention that you receive at a smaller firm

A Reputation For Excellence

Our lawyers are known throughout Georgia as leaders in the fields of personal injury and commercial litigation. We routinely receive referrals from other attorneys when they encounter cases that are too complex or that they know we are better equipped to handle. Richard is a renowned personal injury advocate, working on such complicated matters as medical malpractice, catastrophic trucking accidents and aviation accidents, among others. 

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A History Of Successful Results

From automobile accidents to plane crashes, our personal injury representation is designed to maximize the compensation our clients receive for their injuries. Our approach has led to many successes for our clients, such as in 2011 when Mitchell Shapiro Greenamyre & Funt LLP obtained two of the top six medical malpractice jury trial verdicts in the state. In 2023, our lawyers successfully procured a record-breaking civil rights settlement, exemplifying their unwavering dedication to justice and the safeguarding of individual rights.


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Our Results

Mitchell Shapiro Greenamyre & Funt LLP have collected more than $20,000,000 in compensation for our injured clients

Additionally, our efficient and effective approach to commercial litigation has saved and recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for our clients, and continues to benefit businesses throughout Georgia today.