Meet the lawyers of The Linley Jones Firm, P.C.
By accepting only a select group of cases each year, Linley Jones has become known for aggressively pursuing each case and excelling in achieving superior results at a fast pace.
With more than 30 years of experience combined, the lawyers of The Linley Jones Firm, P.C. have the expertise to get top results.
The trial lawyers of the Linley Jones Firm, P.C. fight for justice for victims of wrongdoing.
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Linley Jones is one of the elite lawyers in the country who is board-certified in the field of legal malpractice by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. She is the first woman in the United States to achieve this board certification. She is one of the few lawyers in Georgia with extensive experience in legal malpractice cases involving the negligence and misconduct of lawyers and other professionals. Her past experience in various practice areas, including tax law, banking law, criminal law, constitutional law and commercial litigation makes her uniquely capable of handling malpractice cases in various practice areas. Please click here to view frequently asked questions about legal malpractice or here to contact us for a free legal malpractice consultation.
The Linley Jones Firm also handles serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, including those that involve brain and spinal cord injuries. Linley Jones has over 20 years of experience representing clients in hundreds of serious personal injury cases in both state and federal court. She has an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell Lawyers Directory, the highest available rating of legal skill. All initial consultations with The Linley Jones Firm are free. There are no legal fees unless the firm recovers money on your behalf. The Linley Jones Firm can be reached by telephone at 404-418-0000 or click here to contact us regarding your injury or death case.
Over $45 million in legal malpractice settlements and verdicts representing individual and corporate clients.
Almost $100 million in settlements and verdicts representing clients in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
$7 million judgment for the death of a mother in a wreck with a dump truck.
$100,000 settlement for an Uber driver who was attacked by a passenger.
$10 million legal malpractice settlement for faulty contract drafting by a real estate lawyer working for a manufacturer.
$5.2 million judgment in Monroe County, Georgia for the wrongful death of a victim of domestic violence.
Confidential settlement in a legal malpractice case against a bankruptcy lawyer whose paralegal stole client funds.
Confidential settlement in a legal malpractice case against prominent Georgia lawyer for mishandling a medical malpractice case.
Confidential settlement for the survivors of a Georgia car wreck that killed three family members, including a 7-year-old girl, an 8-year-old boy and their grandmother.
Confidential settlement in a legal malpractice case against a lawyer who botched a personal injury case.
$4.1 million settlement in Shelby County, Tennessee for personal injuries arising from a motor vehicle collision.
$3.4 million settlement — largest settlement reported in Gordon County.
$3.4 million settlement for the wrongful death of a father and young child in a car wreck.
$1.5 million verdict in State Court of Mississippi against Progressive Insurance Company.
$800,000 settlement for a police officer who suffered a broken ankle and broken wrist in a wreck caused by a drunk driver.
$675,000 settlement for a lawyer’s negligent handling of a wrongful death case involving a 56-year-old grandmother who died as a result of medical malpractice.
$450,000 settlement of a legal malpractice case against a lawyer who missed the contractual statute of limitations in the insurance policy covering a fire damage claim.
$515,000 verdict for a police officer who suffered a broken foot in a vehicle wreck.
$400,000 settlement of a legal malpractice case against a lawyer who missed the statute of limitations in a medical malpractice case.
$360,700 settlement following a $250,000 verdict for the victim of a pit bull attack.
$325,000 verdict in Carroll County State Court in legal malpractice action involving a lawyer’s mishandling of a wrongful death case.
$300,000 settlement for victim of drunk driving wreck in a “dram shop” case against a lawyer who furnished alcohol to a drunk driver.
$291,000 verdict in Clayton County for a construction worker whose leg was broken when he was hit by a Bobcat on a job site.
$275,000 verdict in State Court of Fulton County for car wreck victim who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury.
$232,500 settlement for an elderly client whose neck was re-injured in a pedestrian/car wreck shortly after neck surgery.
$210,000 settlement for a man who fractured his leg after tripping over debris at a construction site.
$200,000 settlement of case where merchandise fell down from shelves at a local retail establishment and caused client to suffer post-concussive syndrome.
$165,000 settlement for car wreck victim who suffered a bulging lumbar disc.
$155,000 settlement for car wreck victim who suffered a torn rotator cuff.
On Wednesday, April 1st, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety & End Distracted Driving (EndDD.org) joined together to officially recognize Georgia Distracted Driving Awareness Month for the Month of April.