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Ryan D. Dixon

Education

Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, J.D., 2010

University of Nevada Las Vegas, B.A., cum laude, 2006

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Jeannine Austin

Direct: 404.526.0373

Fax: 404.523.2345

Ryan D. Dixon

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Atlanta, GA

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Education

Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, J.D., 2010

University of Nevada Las Vegas, B.A., cum laude, 2006

Support Staff

Jeannine Austin

Direct: 404.526.0373

Fax: 404.523.2345

Ryan Dixon is a Partner in the firm’s Atlanta office and is a member of the general liability and the trucking and transportation litigation practice groups.  Primarily focusing on transportation litigation, Ryan represents rideshare companies, motor carriers of persons and property, drivers, owner-operators and insurers and handles all aspects of claims and losses in the transportation field.  He assists clients efficiently with issues involving initial accident investigation, personal injury, cargo loss, and indemnification claims in a cost-effective manner.

Prior to joining CSVL, Ryan was a trial attorney for a prominent insurance company where he defended personal injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, slips and falls, and dog bites.  Ryan has extensive trial experience as lead counsel, and has tried numerous jury trials and bench trials to verdict in State and Federal Court.  Ryan earned his Juris Doctor from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University and was an active Moot Court Board Member.  He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, graduating cum laude and was on the National Dean’s List.

When he’s not practicing law, Ryan is an active leader in his church where he oversees the ministering and welfare of several church members.  He is an accomplished pianist, and enjoys spending time outdoors and attending his children’s numerous sporting events.

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