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  • Phone: 912-280-0330

    Fax: 912-280-0331

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Vincent D. Sowerby has had a general civil trial practice for over 30 years.  He handles a wide variety of civil litigation:  personal injury, insurance claims, family law (divorce, child support, adoption, etc.), commercial disputes, land line cases, construction defects, civil rights, collections, fraud, defamation (libel and slander), and pretty much anything that can end up in a courtroom.  Whether you want to sue or have been sued, he does all types of litigation.  He does not do bankruptcy, social security, real estate closings, DUI or other traffic cases.

If you need a lawyer who will advocate your cause tenaciously, knows his way around a courtroom and keeps his duty to act in your best interest at heart, then shop around and talk to several of them and choose the one who took the time to listen, ask questions, and determine whether he can help you before he asked for money.  Call Vince Sowerby at 912-280-0330, tell him your story and let him figure out the best solution to your problem.


– all Georgia trial courts

– Georgia Court of Appeals

– Georgia Supreme Court,

-United States District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Georgia,

– 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, and

– United States Supreme Court.


He graduated from Pace Academy in Atlanta in 1979, Duke University in 1983 after spending his junior year abroad at the University of Freiburg in Germany and the University of Georgia School of Law in 1986, whereupon he began his career with Joe Ferrier in Brunswick for ten years before opening his own solo practice.


He comes from a family of lawyers.  Richard E. Glaze, Sr., now retired, formerly with Petree, Stockton, Robinson,Vaughn Glaze and Maready in Winston-Salem, NC, his son Richard E. Glaze, Jr. with Balch & Bingham in Atlanta, his wife Sandra Glaze, solo practice,  their son Robert N. Glaze with Dunlap Gardiner in Hiram, GA, Richard G. Sowerby, Jr., retired, formerly with the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office, James Sowerby, adjunct faculty at John Marshall Law School in Chicago and Law Clerk for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.