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I attended Lawrence Technological University, graduating in 1994 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. I served as Student Class President, both in my Junior and Senior years. While at Lawrence Tech. I joined Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. I served on the Philanthropy Committee. I began my professional career as an engineer, designing electrical control systems for General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Hayes Wheels and Daimler Chrysler. As a controls engineer, I designed, programmed and debugged everything from robot arms to automatic stations for assembly lines. Completing five years in the engineering field, in 1999, I turned to his love and true career goal, the practice of law. I entered the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire.

While at Franklin Pierce Law Center I joined the Legal Practice Clinic. As a Senior, I was able to practice law under the Third Year Rule in New Hampshire. As a law student, I majored in Litigation and Intellectual Property Law.

In 2002 I received my Doctorate in Jurisprudence from Franklin Pierce Law Center. Initially I focused his practice on Intellectual Property Law, and more specifically, Patent Law prosecution.

I am licensed to practice in all of the State and Superior Courts of Georgia, the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Georgia. I am also admitted to the United States District Court, Northern District.

In 2003 I realized that my “true calling” was in Workers’ Compensation Law, Personal Injury and Civil Practice Litigation. During my legal career, I have worked both for the Defense side, representing large insurance companies, and as a Plaintiff’s Advocate, representing the individual’s rights.

In 2007 I became the lead attorney for the DOVER Law Firm’s Workers’ Compensation Department as well as the firm’s Personal Injury Litigation Trial Team.

In 2008 I joined Montlick & Associates Workers' Compensation Department. I later joined the firm's Personal Injury Department.


Practice areas


  1. Personal Injury: 50%
    12 years, 4 thousand cases
  2. Workers Compensation: 50%
    12 years, 750 cases



Contingent (20-40%)

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  • Andrew C. Haeberle

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  • Cullen Ryan Lawson

    I have had the opportunity to work with Jeff on a couple cases, and I have always found him to be an excellent attorney and passionate advocate for his clients. I would recommend Jeff to anyone looking for a workers' compensation attorney.


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Contact info

17 Executive Park Dr, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA, 30329


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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyMontlick & Associates, PC2008 - Present
Trial AttorneyDover Law Firm2007 - 2008
AssociateWebb, Zschunke, Neary & Dikeman2006 - 2007
AssociateHamilton, Westby, Antonowich & Anderson2005 - 2006
Association namePosition nameDuration
State Bar of GeorgiaMember2002 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember2002 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
Practicing Law Institute (PLI)Things to Think About When Drafting Patent Licenses2001
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Franklin Pierce Law CenterLawJD - Juris Doctor2002
Lawrence Technological UniversityEngineeringOther - Bachelors1994