Growing up in South Africa during the Apartheid era, I witnessed firsthand a serious injustice: one race of people had inferior legal rights because of the color of their skin. At an early age, I learned that just because the legal system is one way, it doesn’t mean the system is always right. I went to law school so that I could help other people. I am an attorney at Tobin Injury Law where I specialize in serious injury cases. I am a proud husband and father of two outstanding sons. During the week I represent injured Georgians; on Saturdays, I go to shul; and on Sundays, I coach my kids.