Attorney Mike Okeke and the Okeke Law Firm, PC are dedicated to providing timely, cost-efficient, effective advice for, and representation of clients with expertise in Personal Injuries, Criminal Defense, Commercial Landlord/Tenant issues, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, and all Civil Litigations ranging from easily solvable problems to sophisticated and complex litigations. Our aim is to build and maintain high quality relationships characterized by trust, competence and effectiveness. We have built our reputation by providing consistent high-quality service, individual attention and personal concern for each client’s unique needs throughout the litigation process with a determined focus on resolving problems on favorable terms and in a cost-effective manner.
Attorney Mike Okeke is admitted to practice and represent a wide range of clients in the following Courts: United States Federal Court, Georgia Supreme Court, Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Superior Courts, Georgia State Courts, Georgia Probate Courts and Georgia Magistrate Courts.
Personal injury is the term used to describe physical and mental injuries that occur because of someone else’s negligence, intentional actions, or strict liability. Negligence means the other party failed to act with reasonable care. For example, imagine you are in your car stopped at a red light when another driver rear ends you because he or she isn’t paying attention. If you suffer physical injuries in the crash, those could be personal injury due to negligence. (Any damage to your car is property damage, not personal injury, because the car is an object, not a person. Intentional harm means the other person set out to hurt you. This includes cases of battery, assault, and false imprisonment.
Strict liability means that anyone involved in the production, distribution, or sale of a defective product can be held responsible if the product injures someone.
DEFAMATION – (Libel & Slander)
Defamation of character is a catch-all term for any statement that hurts someone’s reputation. Written defamation is called “libel,” while spoken defamation is called “slander.” Defamation is not a crime, but it is a civil wrong. A defamed person can sue the person who did the defaming for damages.
Defamation law tries to balance competing interests: No one has the right to ruin others’ lives by telling lies about them and/or about their business. However, people should be able to speak freely without fear of litigation. Political and social disagreement is important in a free society, and we obviously don’t all share the same opinions or beliefs. Read More
As a criminal defense attorney, Mike Okeke, Esq. will fight to protect your rights when faced with criminal charges. Whether you are facing criminal charges in state or federal court, Attorney Mike Okeke and his law firm are here to help you, your family, and those close to you. Attorney Okeke is ready to help clients from all walks of life in defending against criminal charges ranging from the butcher to the banker; from the employee to the business owner; from the CEO to the shareholder, and everyone else in between. Attorney Okeke has successfully represented numerous people arrested for various alleged crimes and helped them to save their jobs, liberty, and reputation. Attorney Okeke is dedicated to fighting and winning for you.
Therefore, if you are ever arrested and/or accused, remember the following:
- Don’t run from Police
- Admit nothing
- Remain silent
- Call your attorney at 770-996-6003 of via cell phone at 404-403-4487
We provide quality representation in all areas of family law, including legitimation, divorce, child custody, child support, visitation, qualified domestic relations, pre-nuptial agreements, parenting cases and domestic protection orders.
Sports and Entertainment
Attorney Mike Okeke brings to this law firm his many years of experience as a song writer, recording artist, music producer, TV producer, magazine publisher, etc. His unique experience enriches the Okeke Law Firm, PC with a broad-based sports and entertainment practice that includes the representation of athletes, artists, authors, and institutional clients. We assist sports and entertainment clients with negotiating agreements and with transactional and litigation issues regarding live events, merchandising, recording, publishing, and the Internet. We also represent clients before regulatory bodies, and also with respect to legislative issues that may affect their interests.
- Representation of athletes, artists, authors, and institutional clients.
- Contract negotiations for athletes, artists, authors, and institutional clients.
- Assist clients with transactional and litigation issues regarding live events, merchandising, recording, publishing, and the Internet.
- Representation of clients before regulatory bodies.
- Representation of clients with respect to legislative issues that may affect their interests.
- Auto Accidents
- Tractor Trailer Accidents
- Work Injuries
- Sports Injuries
- Slip & Fall
- Defective Products
- Injuries To Children
- Nursing Home Injuries
- DUI & Traffic Offenes
- Assault & Battery
- Robery / Burglary
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Offences
- Sex Offences
- Contested & Uncontested Divorce
- Child Custody & Support
- Property Division / Visitation
- Medical Malpractice
- Commercial Landlord/Tenant Issues
- Wrongful Death
- Most Civil Litigations