Doug has been practicing law in Georgia for nearly two decades. He graduated from Florida State University’s Law School in 2000, the same university he received his English Literature degree from in 1996. As the son of a Cuban-born mother, Doug speaks fluent Spanish, as does the entire law firm’s staff. As a past member of the Board of Directors of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO), Doug works to promote the civic engagement of the Latin American and Hispanic communities. As a frequent commentator on Telemundo Atlanta, he speaks about the impact legal matters have on the Latino community. Doug’s appearance on Spanish television has helped countless families understand legal issues and laws that affect them. Through Mundo Hispanico, AJC’s Hispanic division, he has worked with reporter Mario Guevarra in both the print media and Mundo Hispanico’s social media web channel to discuss the particular and most pressing needs of the newspaper’s Latin American community. Viewed as a voice for the Latino community in Georgia, Doug has been called upon to speak live on Café CNN, where his legal analysis and Latino advocacy message were heard world-wide throughout the Spanish language morning news markets. As an active member of the Cobb County and Gwinnett County Bar Associations, Doug additionally holds membership in the Georgia Injured Workers Association (GIWA), the Georgia Trial Lawyer’s Association (GTLA), the National Trial Lawyer’s Association (NTLA), the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association (GHBA), and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Doug is a lifelong learner and looks for ways to combine his passions. He recently earned his private pilot license, a skill he uses to extend his services to the citizens beyond the Atlanta metro area. When Doug isn’t flying around with his cape on saving the world, he enjoys going on dates with Julia, his wife of over 15 years, and playing with his three girls, who totally own him.
Born and raised in Georgia, Trey chose the Atlanta area to begin his law practice in the areas of Criminal Defense and Workers’ Compensation. He attended Georgia College & State University for his undergraduate education, earning degrees in Political Science and Rhetoric, and then went on to obtain his law degree from the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, graduating in 2016.
From an early age, Trey learned that he had a penchant for problem-solving and a passion for helping others. During law school, Trey clerked for both a district attorney’s office, as well as a criminal defense attorney, and focused heavily on the litigation area of criminal practice. After law school, Trey clerked for the Georgia Attorney General’s Office in the area of Workers’ Compensation. Seeing the need for representation of defendants in criminal cases, Trey has dedicated his practice to helping the wrongfully-accused. Trey represents and protects defendants throughout the state of Georgia every day by defending their constitutional rights against criminal accusations.
In his free time, Trey enjoys running half marathons, hiking in the North Georgia mountains, grilling, cheering on his Georgia Bulldogs football team, and traveling with his bride, Kayla.
Originally from Chicago, Kyle has been practicing law in the State of Georgia for over a decade. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Portuguese at Brigham Young University and his law degree from the University of Miami, graduating in 2007. At age 19, Kyle lived in Brazil for 2 years where he became fluent in Portuguese. During his time in Brazil, Kyle fell in love with the culture and people of Brazil. Because of this, he has extended his practice to better serve the Brazilian (and other Portuguese) speaking communities in Atlanta, and state-wide. He has a working knowledge of the Spanish language and is eager to achieve fluency to better serve the Hispanic community.
Kyle dedicates his practice to representing injured workers in the State of Georgia as well as clients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents. Kyle’s intention from the outset of his career was to represent and fight for individuals who had been injured on the job or as the result of negligence by another party. In anticipation of this, Kyle made the strategic decision to spend the first five years of his practice representing the employers and insurance companies in work accident claims. Through that process, he gained valuable insight and understanding as to how the employers and the insurance company evaluate and defend claims. With that knowledge, Kyle can more effectively represent injured Georgians.
In his free time, Kyle enjoys mountain biking, fishing, photography, cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks and Cubs, and spending time with his wife and three young children.
For the past decade, Travis has skillfully represented individuals and families in personal injury and wrongful death litigation. Since 2014, he has held the highest possible (AV) attorney rating from Martindale-Hubbell and since 2017, he has been a Super Lawyers “Rising Star.” He is an active member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. He is a past member of the GTLA Executive Committee. He has litigated cases throughout the state of Georgia in the areas of motor vehicle negligence, premises liability, and product liability. He has litigated against some of the largest corporations in the world, including Bombardier, Coca-Cola, Delta, Kroger, Marriott, McDonalds, Subway, Target, Walmart, and others. He was one of the plaintiff’s attorneys in a landmark $43.5 million wrongful death verdict in Floyd County, Georgia.
Travis grew up playing ice hockey in Lexington, Kentucky, where he was invited to the USA Hockey Select Development Camp, a part of the USA Hockey National Team Development Program. In college, he was a four-year starter on the BYU Men’s Hockey team. He spent two years in Santiago, Chile, as a church volunteer where he became fluent in Spanish. After obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from BYU, he secured his Law Degree from the University of Kentucky. During law school, he was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board and had the honor of representing a Honduran refugee family in an asylum hearing pursuant to the student practice rule.
Travis is currently serving his community in the bishopric of his church. He and his wife Summer will celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary this year. They live in Roswell and have four children, Finley, Nash, Dawson, and Greta. In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer with friends and playing punk rock songs on the guitar.
Laura Lorena Morales
Laura joined Rohan Law PC in 2013 and provides our clients with over a half-decade of criminal paralegal experience. Laura earned her paralegal certificate from the University of Georgia. As an advocate for undocumented immigrants, Laura brings a diverse background that adds value to our clients. Laura was born in the State of Mexico, Mexico and moved with her family to Atlanta, Georgia at the age of five. Before joining Rohan Law PC, she obtained her nursing assistant certificate. In addition, Laura loves to act and dance. She follows her passions while choreographing quinceañeras and working with several theaters in the Metro Atlanta area including 7 Stages, Theatrical Outfit, Aurora Theatre, and Onstage Atlanta.
Daniella is a workers’ compensation paralegal who has made it her personal mission to see that Rohan Law clients are aware of their rights. She brings knowledge and experience to the firm, having previously worked at an established workers’ compensation firm in Georgia as an office manager and workers’ compensation paralegal. She is fluent in Spanish and English.
Daniella is no stranger to adversity. She immigrated to the U.S. on her own at the young age of 16 and worked her way through high school and college. She obtained a degree in Foreign Languages with a concentration in International Business and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs. Daniella believes it is her duty to provide excellent service to all clients, and to fight for what they are entitled to until the very end.
“To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.” – Nelson Mandela
Pirosa is from Lima, Peru and is a dedicated Senior Litigation Paralegal with over 12 years of experience focusing on the workers’ compensation area. She obtained her paralegal studies certification from Kennesaw State University, is fluent in English and Spanish, and takes pride in her work ethic and knowledge.
Her priority is providing the best service to our work injured clients by maintaining a professional and honest relationship with them throughout the complex workers’ compensation system. When not relentlessly working for our clients, Pirosa likes to spend time with her family, traveling and reading
Samantha Díaz Roberts
Samantha is one of the receptionists here at Rohan Law PC since March of 2019. She is from Puerto Rico and loves to work with the community and serve customers with attention and support. The opportunity to remind people that they have rights and that we all experience difficult times, are the main reasons why she wanted to work in a law firm. Samantha is also a journalist and she often air stories on Mundo Hispanico Digital Network, Univision 34 Atlanta and other Media outlets during her free time.
Thalia is one of the receptionists at Rohan Law PC and joined the team in the spring of 2019. As a former teacher and native of Gwinnett County, Thalia enjoys answering any and all questions our clients and potential clients may have known that any little bit of help goes a long way to put them at ease through a difficult and stressful time. Thalia joined the law firm so that she may continue helping children be successful in the classroom by assisting their parents during times of uncertainty. Thalia enjoys eating sushi, playing with cats, and watching Godzilla movies.