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Relationship: Worked together on matter
Tommy is a great trial lawyer. He is top shelf, he sets his own standards. I learn something & am inspired every time I am around him. I have had the honor of having him work on cases and him helping my clients. The results have always been extraordinary. Mr Malone is a warrior for his clients. He has the skill of being able to see right through to the important issue in a case or even a conversation. He always speaks the truth. His skill as a lawyer is only equaled by his greatness as a sincerely good person. Mr. Malone's integrity, honorable ways, truthfulness & being a gentleman is the same in and out of the courtroom and is consistent no matter where he is or who is present. It would take volumes of books to define this man. I will try by saying: One of my most admired "personalities" is the tough, smart, hard working, no nonsense, always defending the good guy, character often played by John Wayne in the movies. Tommy Malone is that person in real life.
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Tommy Malone is an LEGAL ICON in Georgia. Plus, he is known nationwide for his expertise in litigating personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Tommy was well known when I first became an attorney nearly 37 years ago, and he had already been in practice 11 years! Tommy has also carved out a great name for himself as a generous contributor to charitable causes. He knows every judge in Georgia, and is both admired and feared by the insurance defense Bar. When a civil case of significant personal or economic loss has occurred, you need to talk with Tommy Malone and his son Adam.
1966 LL.B - Bachelor of Laws in
Mercer University - Walter F. George School of Law
2001 Trial Lawyer of the Year
Melvin M. Belli Society
1995- present Fellow
International Society of Barristers
2007 Proof and Argument of Damages for Loss of Enjoyment of Life in Personal Injury Cases and Proof and Argument of Damages in Wrongful Death Cases
2007 Proof and Argument of Breach of the Standard of Care in Medical Negligence Cases