In 2005, Attorneys Mawuli Davis and Robert Bozeman established the Davis Firm with a mission to create a preeminent law firm that prioritizes the community's needs, and they have successfully achieved it. Later, in 2020, they partnered with Attorney Francys Johnson of Statesboro to form Davis Bozeman Johnson Law, which is committed to providing unparalleled legal representation to liberate communities throughout Georgia. Their shared vision of helping communities has been realized, and they relentlessly strive toward it.
State-wide Reach and Experience that counts
Today, with offices in Decatur, Statesboro, and Savannah and more than 100 years of combined experience, DBJ Law is uniquely situated to provide experienced trial attorneys when you need them most. Our primary practice areas are Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Premises Liability, and Civil Rights.
Beyond billboards and silly television commercials
We help families face life-changing injuries and death due to another's fault or negligence. Results matter, and that's the secret to our success!
We help our people help themselves by serving across the communities we represent as leaders within civic, social, academic, and faith institutions.
Moreover, we are the collaborators of choice for progressive groups seeking to build our community. From the Kilombo Academic & Cultural Institute, Let Us Make Man, and the SisterCARE Alliance to the State Bar of Georgia, GABWA, Georgia NAACP, and New Georgia Project, Attorneys Davis, Bozeman, Johnson, Spence, and Bray are accountable servant-leaders.
We are guided by the words of the Hebrew prophet Micah 6:8, who admonishes us to Love Mercy, Do Justice, and Walk Humbly.
About the Pempasie
Davis Bozeman Johnson Law's principal mark honors this West African Ghanian symbol, which means "readiness". It literally means that which cannot be crushed. The powerful African symbol evokes resolute determination. According to The Adinkra Dictionary, the design of this symbol resembles the links of a chain and implies strength through unity as well as the importance of being prepared.