SEAN GOLDSTEIN, ESQ.
Georgia Accident Lawyer Sean Goldstein, Esq. is a native of Philadelphia, PA. He attended the University of Florida and graduated with a B.S. in Journalism in 2003. He then moved to Atlanta in 2004 and attended Georgia St. University College of Law. He graduated with a J.D. from Georgia St. in 2007.
Atlanta Accident Attorney Goldstein pursued his career as an attorney by defending indigent criminal defendants under the third year practice act before even graduating from law school. He then obtained the courtroom and trial experience necessary to be an effective personal injury attorney by becoming an assistant public defender in Douglas County, GA in 2008. Attorney Goldstein defended hundreds of felony criminal defendants in Douglas County. Most importantly, he was lead counsel in multiple felony level jury trials. This trial experience set the foundation he needed to become a successful accident attorney in Atlanta. He left the Douglas County Public Defender’s Office to establish Goldstein Law Group in 2012.
Atlanta Accident Lawyer Sean Goldstein established Goldstein Law Group in 2012 in Norcross, GA, where it is still located today. Since opening Goldstein Law Group, Attorney Sean Goldstein has been proud to help his clients recover for their medical bills and pain and suffering. Attorney Goldstein is proud to offer a case by case basis for any client in Georgia injured in an accident. He offers a client centered approach with no case being too small.
Attorney Goldstein is a member of the Gwinnett County Bar Association. He is currently the legislative day chairperson for the Gwinnett County Bar Association.
Attorney Goldstein lives in Suwanee, GA in Gwinnett County with his wife and law partner Myung-Sun Caitlyn Goldstein, and his son Abraham and daughter Leia. He enjoys football and friends on the weekends.
- Georgia Bar, since 2007
- Georgia Superior Courts
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- State Bar of Georgia
- Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (GACDL)
- Gwinnett County Bar Association