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Titus Thomas Nichols

Titus Thomas Nichols

Trial Lawyer - Licensed in Georgia & South Carolina
  • Personal Injury, Criminal Law
  • Georgia, South Carolina
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Titus Nichols is a trial lawyer who has tried murders, argued before the Georgia Supreme Court, and successfully obtained verdicts against multi-million dollar corporations at trial. Titus fights on behalf of regular people who have been injured through the negligence of others.

Titus’ practice focuses on representing people who have been injured as a result of reckless drivers, work place accidents, defective products, and catastrophic injuries. Titus’ practice also includes representation of people in federal courts throughout Georgia and South Carolina. He has defended clients charged with federal criminal offenses and represented individuals in class-action suits regarding environmental contamination as well as consumer fraud.

Titus previously served as an Assistant District Attorney in Augusta where he prosecuted violent felonies including murder, armed robbery, and sex crimes. He prosecuted over 1,000 criminal matters, tried 29 jury trials, and obtained at least five verdicts resulting in life sentences. In one year alone, Titus first-chaired 12 felony jury trials throughout the Augusta Judicial Circuit. Additionally, Titus served as an appellate attorney where he submitted and successfully argued over 25 appellate briefs to the Georgia Court of Appeals and Georgia Supreme Court. Prior to serving as a prosecutor, Titus was the law clerk for the Honorable Robert N. Jenkins & the Honorable Alex Kinlaw, Jr. of the 13th Judicial Circuit Family Court in Greenville, South Carolina.

Titus also serves as an officer in the United States Army as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) for the Georgia Army National Guard. As a JAG officer, Mr. Nichols advises military commanders on operation

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Criminal Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Trucking Wrecks
  • Premises Liability
  • National Security
  • False Arrest/False Imprisonment
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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South Carolina
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11th Circuit
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U.S. Supreme Court
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken
Professional Experience
Trial Attorney
Nichols Law Group
- Current
Owner and Principal Trial Attorney for the Nichols Law Group personal injury firm.
Judge Advocate General
United States Army
- Current
Georgia Army National Guard
Assistant District Attorney
Augusta Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office
Assistant Solicitor-General
Augusta-Richmond County Solicitor General's Office
Judicial Clerk
Honorable Robert N. Jenkins
University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
J.D. (2009) | Juris Doctor
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Morehouse College
B.A. (2006) | English
Honors: Cum Laude
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Georgia  # 870662
- Current
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State Bar of South Carolina
- Current
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Legal Answers
17 Questions Answered

Q. My lawyer is rude and completely checked out of my personal injury claim..... What can I do?
A: This is a very sensitive subject. It is unfortunate that you feel this way, especially concerning such a severe case. It is best for you to speak with another attorney who is licensed to handle similar cases in South Carolina.
Q. The other party's insurance company said they would be keeping in touch with me but I've heard nothing. Could I sue?
A: Don’t talk to the insurance company. They are only looking to string you along until you get frustrated and give up or say something that hurts your case. You should seek at an attorney to assist you immediately.
Q. Im 17 and received my first citation for improper left turn. Do I still have to go to court even if I pay the citation?
A: It depends on if the citation was the result of a car wreck. If another vehicle was involved many times the court will require you to appear in court and address restitution. However, if it is just a citation for improper left turn, then you will be allowed to merely pay the fine in lieu of appearing. HOWEVER, you need to be aware of what affect this will have on your car insurance and license. If this was a collision, you need to consult with an experienced traffic attorney before paying the fine so that you will know if this will drive up your insurance rates.
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Contact & Map
Nichols Law, P.C.
Galleria Parkway
400 Galleria Parkway SE, Suite 1500
Suite 1500
Atlanta, GA 30339
Toll-Free: (678) 722-5311
Fax: (470) 632-4446