Kathy McArthur has over 40 years’ experience representing clients who have been severely injured or killed as the result of the negligence of others. She focuses her practice on serious personal injury and wrongful death cases caused by car wrecks or medical malpractice. Kathy is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Board Certified by NBOTA, and is a Past President of the Georgia Chapter of ABOTA and the William A. Bootle American Inn of Court. She has served as lead and co-counsel on numerous cases resulting in verdicts and recoveries for her clients in excess of $1 million. Kathy received the Professionalism Award in 2013 and the Traditions in Excellence Award in 2022, and has been designated by her peers as one of the Top 10 attorneys in the State of Georgia across all fields of law in 2018 – 2021. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina in 1976 and received her J.D. from UNC in 1979. She has spoken extensively at seminars and was quoted in The New York Times and appeared on the Joy Behar Show on the topic of the dangers of cell phone use and driving.
Kathy is married to Waldo E. Floyd III, M.D., hand surgeon with OrthoGeorgia in Macon. She has two daughters—Lindsey Macon (32), who joined McArthur Law Firm-Atlanta as an attorney in 2019, and Holly Stephens (28) a public defender in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit.