Moses Kim is a wrongful death and serious injury trial attorney and the Founding Partner of The Moses Firm. He represents people who have been seriously and catastrophically injured and the families of loved ones who have been needlessly killed in automobile/trucking, medical malpractice, and premises liability cases.
Moses has always been committed to excellence in his representation of his clients and, as a result, has been recognized by Georgia Trend Magazine as one of Georgia’s Legal Elite and by Super Lawyers Magazine and has earned a “Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell and a “10/10” Avvo rating.
Before representing plaintiffs, Moses spent many years defending companies, doctors, hospitals, and business owners in a variety of complex, high-stakes matters. This unique experience on the “inside” gave him the opportunity to learn how to maximize recoveries for his clients.
Moses graduated from Emory University where he majored in Political Science and served as the President of the Student Government Association. He then attended and graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in Chapel Hill where he served as the Chief Justice of the Moot Court team. He received various honors in law school, including being inducted into the Order of the Barristers. As an attorney, he has been recognized for his service to the community in Atlanta as an Outstanding Atlanta honoree and a LEAD Atlanta graduate.
Wynn B. Sowersby is a wrongful death and catastrophic injury attorney with 27 years of experience—not only as a private attorney—but as a Staff Attorney in Georgia’s court system.
She has worked for judges in both the Superior and State Courts in DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties, handling cases of every variety and deciding legal issues on every aspect of the law. Over the course of her legal career, Wynn has reviewed and written opinions in more than 10,000 cases. Her legal work has also led to a number of precedent-setting legal decisions.
In addition to her work with the courts, Wynn has been a speaker at many state-wide Institute of Continuing Judicial Education seminars for law clerks and at several other CLE programs.
Wynn attended Davidson College, in Davidson, North Carolina, graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She then earned her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law, attending as a Bryan T. Castellow scholar. She graduated cum laude and was nominated into the Order of Barristers, which is a recognition reserved for the top ten students who demonstrate the highest skills in argument and advocacy for that graduating class.