Front Row Left to Right: Leah Teferi, Legal Assistant; Amsale Tsige, Office Manager; Sarah Nini Legal Assistant Back Row Left to Right: M. Danielle Jones, J.D. Candidate (2023), Admitted to Practice, pursuant to the Student Practice Rule (Part XV, Rules 91-95); Attorney Joe A. Weeks; Zewdi Araya, Paralegal

Attorney Joe A. Weeks has experience in successfully advocating for the rights of personal injury victims.

Our practice is litigation oriented. As much of my time is spent in court, depositions, and preparing for trial, I employ a team to assist our clients.

My Office Manager is Amsale Tsige (Amy). She has worked with me for almost 30 years. She works to make sure that each client receives individual attention so that all legal matters are resolved to the client’s satisfaction.

My Paralegal is Danielle Jones, a graduate of Mercer University. Danielle has a background in computer science as well as litigation and has worked with me for 8 years. Her responsibilities include assisting me in all litigation, including serving as a trial assistant when cases are presented to the jury. 

My Secretary, Zewdi Araya, has worked with me for several years. She is responsible for scheduling appointments. She is also our liaison to medical providers.


Attorney Joe A. Weeks has experience in successfully advocating for the rights of personal injury victims.


Joe A. Weeks has practiced law since 1983, when he graduated J.D. cum laude from John Marshall Law School of Atlanta.


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