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Samantha Embry

Samantha Embry

Embry Legal, LLC
  • Consumer Law, DUI & DWI, Personal Injury...
  • Georgia
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Samantha Embry is a solo practitioner at Embry Legal LLC, a client focused law firm. Her practice concerns itself with helping individuals recover from unexpected events and protecting individuals from unfair trade and unethical ways of doing business. This includes protection from predatory lending, unfair debt collection and credit reporting practices, product liability claims and personal injury claims. Her areas of practice are criminal law, personal injury, and consumer law.

Prior to graduating law school, she worked in the Insurance Industry for almost fifteen years handling personal injury claims including bodily injury litigation in automobile cases and insurance defense. As a claims adjuster, Samantha worked for major insurance companies including State Farm Insurance, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and Zurich Insurance. She has experience in both personal and commercial lines of insurance.

Samantha has volunteered with Fulton County Casa as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children, the Shah Law Firm on criminal cases and with the Atlanta Volunteer Legal Foundation representing clients in landlord/tenant disputes. Additionally, she is a founding member of the Student’s Law Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.

Mrs. Embry is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, the Gwinnett County Bar Association, the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, the American Bar Association and the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorney’s.

She earned her J.D. from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia, where she was President of the American Constitution Society. She is admitted to the State Bar of Georgia. In her spare time, Samantha enjoys spending time with her three children, gardening, cooking and playing softball.

Practice Areas
  • Consumer Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Personal Injury
  • Criminal Law
  • Free Consultation
    Initial consultations are free and available by appointment only.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Embry Legal accepts all forms of payments and offers payment plans when requested.
  • Contingent Fees
    Embry Legal does contingent fee arrangements on all personal injury, insurance claims and most consumer law cases. This means, there is no fee for you unless we are successful in collecting a payment for you. The contingency fee is typically 33% of any settlement with an increase if the case goes to trial.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Georgia
ID Number: 76344
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Embry Legal, LLC
- Current
Criminal defense, personal injury and consumer law attorney in a client focused law firm.
Claims Specialist
Zurich North America
- Current
When it comes to personal injury and insurance claims, I am very qualified to assist you with your case because I worked in the insurance for a long time. I know the procedures, processes, how claims are evaluated, the red flags they look for and what you should do to be fairly compensated for your injuries. Handled single and multi-party commercial line claims of low to moderate exposure within specific limits of authority by following established protocols to ensure proper claim handling • Ensured legal compliance by following state and federal laws and regulations and internal control requirements • Ensured customer service by proactively communicating information; responding to inquiries, and following customer service protocols • Exercised judgment to determine policy verification and coverage determination by analyzing applicable coverage for claims and determining whether the loss falls within the coverage • Resolved coverage and liability issues • Negotiated settlements, responds to and addresses subrogation and arbitration • Directed claims counsel (staff & panel ) on handling of claims files • Reviewed and monitored legal reports and budgets
Claims Specialist II
Liberty Mutual Insurance
• Analyzed, communicated and examined new claims in a prompt manner according to company contact guidelines • Interviewed customers to assess and determine liability • Recommended coverage position to upper management for approval or denial of coverage • Evaluated and investigated liability • Researched and verified policy information through underwriting protocols
Claims Adjuster
State Farm Insurance
• Handled single and multi-party personal or commercial line claims of low to moderate exposure • Managed litigation by establishing litigation plan and budget and coordinating defense lawyer activities • Exercised judgment to determine liability by gathering and analyzing relevant facts, utilizing applicable law, and establishing basic principles of negligence • Evaluated, determined, and verified coverage by reviewing and analyzing applicable policy • Negotiated settlement of claims by establishing appropriate negotiation strategy • Communicated with all interested claim parties (1st party, 3rd party, agents, attorneys, vendors, etc.,) • Analyzed, communicated and examined new claims in a prompt manner according to company contact guidelines • Interviewed customers to assess and determine liability • Recommended coverage position to upper management for approval or denial of coverage • Evaluated and investigated liability • Researched and verified policy information through underwriting
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
J.D. (2017) | Law
Activities: American Constitution Society (ACS), Georgia Association of Black Women Attorney's, Georgia Association of Women Lawyer's, Criminal Law Society, Christian Law Society, Family Law Society, Law Student's Coalition for Civil Rights
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Alabama State University
B.A. (2003) | English
Honors: Cum Laude
Activities: Pre-Law Society, Bowling team, Honor's Program
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Peer Mentor Award
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Peer Mentor Awards recognize graduate students who exhibit stellar mentorship qualities
Judicial Committee Award
Gate City Bar Association
Professional Associations
State Bar of Georgia # 763455
- Current
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Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL)
- Current
Activities: GAWL EDU: A program that assists new lawyers into the practice of law. Participants lean about t litigation strategies involving filing complaints, taking depositions and mediation, as well as about transactional practices, time management, billing and collections, malpractice avoidance and insurance, and more.
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Gwinnett County Bar Association
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Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
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Activities: Pro bono representation in landlord/tentant cases where tenants need legal representation to collect illegally withheld security deposits, assistance getting repairs made to premises by landlord's who have failed to meet their obligations and helping tenants deal with a variety of other legal issues.
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Georgia Association of Black Women Attorney's
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Resident Adjuster
Georgia Insurance Commission
Websites & Blogs
Embry Legal Website
Embry Legal Blog
Legal Answers
8 Questions Answered

Q. I got a DUI in 2013, even with no alcohol or drugs found in their drug test. Is there a way to have this expunged?
A: If you plead guilty, this offense cannot be expunged.
Q. I received a ticket for street parking that I was truly not aware was a city ordinance . I never received a warning.
A: You should plead nolo contendere or guilty. Depending on your traffic record. Ignorance of the law is not a defense. Sorry you didn’t know.
Q. What are the charges for someone that kept my down payment and didn't give me the property?
A: What is your goal in pursuing the matter? If you are seeking to get your money back along with possible damages for the headache, you would be better off pursuing this matter civilly rather than criminally. The type of civil lawyer you would need is one who practices an area of law called, "consumer law" and handles automobile fraud. It sounds like the auto dealer may have violated a few business practices in this transaction. Additional information would be needed to ascertain what violations occurred and if you have a good change of recouping your money.
Q. Can I be charged with DUI with no blood/alcohol test performed and being parked in a public parking spot.
A: The short answer is, yes. You can be charged with a DUI if you are in control of a vehicle at the time an officer stops you. I suggest you seek representation.
Q. Does a careless operation ticket mean a DUI charge?
A: No.
Q. I recently received a "hands free" ticket in Georgia. He listed it as M/V - unlawful use of communication / electronic
A: Yes, that is listed correctly. You can read the full statute here: Sometimes, if you purchase a hands free device for your vehicle and take it to court with you to show the Judge, they will dismiss the ticket on first offense. I think that may be worth a try in your instance, or you could just pay the fine. It's up to you.
Q. Statute 99-8 HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY ATLANTA PD Does anyone know what Statute 99-8 pertains to.
A: This means that the person who has been arrested in one place has a warrant in another place. So, when they are bonded out of wherever they are, they will immediately be transferred to the location where the other warrant is. For example, he or she got arrested in Decatur, but has a warrant out for their arrest in Atlanta. Whenever he or she bonds out of Decatur, Atlanta PD will be notified to come pick the person up from Decatur for transfer to Atlanta jail. The only way to avoid this transfer is to have the the warrant problem handled before he or she is bonded out of wherever they are now.
Q. Court date yrs ago that I was not aware and now I have 2 warrants. What to do to not get arrested but get new date?
A: Bench warrants are issued in circumstances were (1) you failed to appear for a court date (2) failed to pay a court fine on time (3) failed to obey a court order or violated probation. The main way to get a bench warrant lifted is to appear in court - either through your attorney or in person. Another way is to have it dismissed because it wasn't served properly. You mentioned you never got notice of the appearances. Why not? Did you address change? Depending on why you did not get notice of the court dates will be the main factor in determining if you were improperly served. In your case, it will probably be most beneficial to get an attorney to appear for you who will convince the judge why you didn't appear and make arrangements to avoid your arrest. Having an attorney will show the judge you are serious about handling this matter and appearing at all future court dates. You will likely have to make some type of bail payment as security to appear in future court dates if the warrants aren't dismissed. Lastly, why you didn't get arrested in your recent accident is a very good question because you should have been. It could have been an error on the officer's part, the way the warrant was entered into the criminal database system or just your lucky day. Either way, it is something you should attempt to get handled ASAP because warrants do not go away on their own.
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Embry Legal
International Tower
229 Peachtree St. NE Suite 450
Atlanta , GA 30303
Telephone: (678) 809-4132