Daniel C. Cohen, Esq. Joins Miles Mediation in Savannah
We are pleased to announce the addition of Daniel C. Cohen, Esq. to our panel as a member of Team Forsling. Daniel will lead our new office in Savannah, GA that opens July 1, 2016.
Daniel will mediate a wide variety of cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, commercial and business, premises liability, product liability, torts, trucking, employment/discrimination, wrongful death and construction litigation claims.
“We are thrilled that Daniel Cohen has joined Miles. As the most requested mediator on the coast, Danny gives us instant credibility in Savannah,” said John Miles. “Danny’s expertise and the Miles brand are an unbeatable combination.”
Daniel is a partner with Brannen, Searcy & Smith in Savannah, where he has practiced for over 32 years, and he plans to remain affiliated with his law firm. “ I am delighted to be mediating cases with Miles Mediation in their new Savannah office starting in July. The new mediation suites are perfectly suited for me to handle multi-party mediations in the Savannah area, but I will continue to mediate cases in the Lowcountry of South Carolina and all over South Georgia. The support that I have received from my fellow attorneys has been humbling, and I am thankful for this wonderful opportunity.” said Cohen.
Daniel is a member of the Georgia Academy of Distinguished Neutrals; he has received an AV preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, and he has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America in the practice area of Alternative Dispute Resolution since 2008.
He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina in 1985 and his Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Presbyterian College in 1982.
Available in Multiple Locations
In addition to Savannah, Daniel is available to hear cases in Atlanta, Brunswick, Lowcountry South Carolina, Statesboro, Hinesville and all areas of South Georgia.
How to Schedule a Mediation or Arbitration with Daniel
Professional Announcement, as seen in the Fulton County Daily Report, July 15, 2016: