Steven Saccoccia has been a Plaintiff's personal injury lawyer since 1984. He began his career with a nationally recognized law firm handling complex and catastrophic injury and death cases in not only Georgia but also throughout the United States. Mr. Saccoccia has represented profoundly injured individuals and families who have lost loved ones in automotive, equipment and pharmaceutical product liability actions, medical malpractice cases, trucking and automobile collisions and other types of cases. He has also been involved in a number of class action litigations, including pharmaceutical products cases such as the Dalkon Shield and pedicle screws. One wrongful death case in which Mr. Saccoccia was involved became the cover story of an issue of Newsweek.
Mr. Saccoccia founded the law firm of Kellogg, Saccoccia & Sigelman in 1994. He continued the focus on complex and catastrophic cases in the areas of medical malpractice, pharmaceutical product liability and nursing home litigation. The firm obtained a 3.4-million-dollar verdict from a Coweta County jury in a nursing home trial. Mr. Saccoccia has appeared in stories on the front page of the Fulton County Daily Reporter three times and a Fen-Phen case he and his partners handled was featured in an article in Atlanta Magazine.
Steven came to Georgia in 1981 to attend Emory University School of Law after graduating with honors from Boston College with a degree in Political Science and Philosophy. Steven recently joined the Kunnatha Law Firm to assist with the firm's litigation practice and bring his extensive expertise and experience to the firm's clients. Mr. Saccoccia has a special interest in motorcycle injury cases as he is an avid rider and has represented a number of injured riders throughout his career.