Brian E. Krapf
Born and raised in Savannah, Brian E. Krapf heads his own litigation trial team and is a
partner in the firm. He has been selected as one of the Georgia Top 100 by the National Trial Lawyers Association every year since 2012 and is an active member of NTLA's Nursing Home Litigation specialty association. Since graduating law school in 1991, Mr. Krapf has focused his practice
on the representation of hard working people who have suffered physical, mental or emotional
injuries through the negligence of other individuals or corporations. While Mr. Krapf handles
varying types of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases, his specialty areas of
practice include nursing home abuse and neglect; premises liability, making property owners
accept responsibility for preventable rapes, deaths and serious physical injuries; dental
malpractice and injuries; and traumatic brain injuries. In addition to Georgia, he is one of
a small number of Savannah lawyers admitted to practice law in Washington, D.C. and one of
very few Savannah lawyers admitted to practice before the United States Court of Federal
Claims. Mr. Krapf lectures at legal seminars, particularly on nursing home negligence and
malpractice, teaching other lawyers and their support staffs legal techniques and strategies
to protect our vulnerable elderly citizens. Since beginning his practice of law in 1991, Mr.
Krapf has obtained substantial verdicts, settlements and arbitration awards for his clients.
In addition to practicing law, Mr. Krapf is active in charitable community organizations and
is also a Boy Scout volunteer. Also, Mr. Krapf is a nationally recognized political historian,
has published numerous historical articles, has had television and radio appearances on CNN,
MSNBC and NPR and has been interviewed by many national magazines and journals.
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