Attorneys at The Read Law Firm, P.C.: Trial Attorney T.K. Read



TK obtained her law degree from the University of Louisville Law School, where she was the winner of the Pirtle Washer Moot Court Competition. She attended the Atlanta College of Trial Advocacy in 1988, and obtained a L.LM in Litigation from Emory University in 1989.  She is a member of all Georgia state and federal bar associations and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.

TK has a client-centric practice focused on personal injury, advocating for victims, and litigation. She became involved in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) through her construction litigation practice in the early 90’s. At that time, she recognized the value of Internet based ADR as a conflict resolution tool and in 1995, established GAMA, the Global Arbitration Mediation Association, Inc., as the world’s first on-line ADR Company. GAMA and its assets were later sold with substantial pay-outs to the company’s investors. In her personal injury practice, TK represents victims of motor vehicle accidents, sexual assault, work related incidents, slip and trip and falls, medical malpractice and injuries occurring due to premises liability. Practicing for close to 30 years, she has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for her clients.

TK is also a trained mediator and has mediated hundreds of cases.

Contact TK at [email protected].

TK spends her free time running, hiking, and writing children’s books. Here’s links to her personal website and latest book, Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom:

and, here’s where you can go to buy her books:

5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

You’ve been injured through no fault of your own, whether it’s by a trip or fall, on the job, or in an auto-accident. You’ve broken a bone, herniated a disk, or your back, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, legs or any part of your body tingles and hurts, or you hit your head and have aches; What should you do? First, seek immediate medical care. Your first call should not be to a lawyer. Lawyers are not doctors and just as lay people should not give legal advice, lawyers should not give you advice on how to treat your injuries.

That said, you can’t wait forever to seek legal advice. In general, in Georgia you have two years from the date of injury to settle your personal injury claims or file a lawsuit.  So, yes, you will need legal advice on what to do next within a reasonable amount of time after you are injured. How soon to seek legal advice can be affected by your injuries, your health insurance status, your age, and other factors. Generally, seeking legal advice within two weeks of being injured is reasonable, whereas waiting six months before talking to an attorney may not be.

Lawyers can and do refer clients who don’t have health insurance but need treatment to medical providers willing to provide services while taking a lien on the client’s personal injury case. When a medical provider agree to take a lien, they are agreeing to wait for payment out of your settlement proceeds when your case settles. If you don’t have health insurance, then that is one very good reason to see a lawyer sooner, rather than later.

There are a lot of law firms out there who claim to represent people who have suffered personal injuries.  Here are some questions to help you narrow your potential attorney list and make sure you get the best possible representation:

  • Has your firm handled personal injury cases like mine before? How many?
  • If we can’t settle my case (either because you are still treating or because the adjuster has made low offers), will your law firm be the one to file a lawsuit on my behalf? Note some of “one call does it all” large personal injury firms will refer out any cases requiring litigation.
  • Are you the attorney that will be handling my case and talk to me when I call with questions about my case?  Be wary of firms who push client relations off onto paralegals or investigators. These people cannot give legal advice and should not be your main point of contact.
  • What is your contingency fee? Is it different if we settle without filing a lawsuit than it is when filing a lawsuit is necessary? Here at The Read Law Firm, we stagger our contingency fee based on the amount of work we put into a case to get it settled or tried.  Our percentage is higher once we have thoroughly pursued pre-suit settlement and file your case in court.
  • Do you help negotiate my medical bills as part of your service? There are a hundred different prices for the same medical services, and your attorney should try to see if the providers are willing to take a lower amount than what they initially charged.

To discuss your personal injury case with T.K. Read, please call 770-929-8644. If she is not in, she will get back to you as soon as she can.

*Please note, the above is not legal advice. Your reliance on it is at your own risk. Provision of this article as a public benefit does not create a contract between you and the attorneys at The Read Law Firm, P.C.  Law changes and the intricacies of a particular case should always be discussed with a competent attorney.

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TK recently published a children’s book under the pseudonym, Kam Karem.  The book is called, Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom and features a teenage boy who duels crazy King Gilgamesh to save Earth in an epic battle. Here’s link’s to more about that book, and to a press release about it:

and, here’s where you can go to buy her books:



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Map to The Read Law Office at 915 Commercial St., Conyers, GA


To get to The Read Law Firm, P.C. take Exit 80, the Conyers, West Avenue Exit, off Interstate 20.  If you are going West on I-20, you will turn right onto West Ave. If you are going East on I-20, you will turn left onto West Ave. Proceed down West Ave. until after you cross the Rail Road tracks. Turn right immediately after crossing the tracks onto Rail Road Street. Proceed down Rail Road Street, crossing several streets. Proceed across Center Street into Olde Town Conyers and you will pass the yellow Welcome Center. Park in the parking lot on Rail Road Street as close to the Welcome Center as you can. Immediately across the from Center’s deck there is an alley that cuts from Rail Road Street to Commercial Street. Go down the Alley and take a right on Commercial Street.

For the curious, here’s our beautiful historic office building, inside and out.  It was built in the 1800’s, has the original red brick, and was gifted a balcony by the TV series The Originals when they transformed Olde Town Conyers into New Orleans.

915 Commercial Street in the 1920s.


Our Office Building today, during filming for an episode of the TV series Superstition.


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Downstairs, Conference Room No. 1 at The Read Law Firm.

Our upstairs conference room can seat 6 people.