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CASSANDRA D. CRISP

undefinedCassandra D. Crisp, her husband and two children are originally from Los Angeles, California and have lived as residents of Savannah since 2006. She has been a legal assistant with Brooks Law Office since 2012.

Ms. Crisp assists Mr. Brooks on a variety of cases, specializing in personal injury (automobile injury and premise liability), property damage, workers’ compensation, wrongful death and medical malpractice. She also assists Mr. Brooks with trial and mediation preparation and juror selection.

Before becoming a legal assistant, Ms. Crisp spent the majority of her work experience as a purchasing assistant for various residential and commercial construction builders.




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