ATTORNEY JOE A. WEEKS
Joe Weeks has practiced law since 1983, when he graduated, J.D. cum laude, from John Marshall
Law School of Atlanta. From 1989 until 2009, he served as a Municipal Court Judge. He was selected
as a Vice President of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Regional Chairperson for the Georgia
Civil Justice Foundation, Chairman of the General Practice and Trial Section of the State Bar of Georgia, and he is a regular lecturer at seminars for new and experienced lawyers across Georgia. In 2014, Joe received the Tradition of Excellence Award from the State Bar of Georgia. In 2018, Joe was recognized as one of Atlanta’s outstanding lawyers by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
A trial lawyer, with more than two hundred jury verdicts, Joe Weeks is one of the most experienced and accomplished personal injury attorneys in Georgia. His vast trial experience includes representing doctors, insurance companies and financial institutions in civil cases as well as representing defendants in criminal cases. However, for the past 35 years, his trial practice has focused on representing people who have suffered personal injuries.
The most important aspect of my practice is preparation, beginning with the initial client meeting.
While television advertising law firms sign up thousands of cases without personally meeting the client, I would never engage in such conduct. If a lawyer cannot take the time to meet with you, personally, and provide answers to any questions that you have, that lawyer will take other shortcuts while handling your case. This is not acceptable in my practice.
Attorney Joe A. Weeks is AV ® Preeminent ™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale Hubbell Law Directory. This is the highest rating possible for both legal ability and ethics.
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