Through the skillful handling of complex cases involving catastrophic injuries to the spinal cord and brain, as well as injuries resulting in death, Tommy Malone and Adam Malone have earned a reputation of excellence. This reputation has become their tradition as they continue to achieve just compensation for those they are privileged to represent.
The Malone Law office focuses its expertise in the following areas:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Defective and Dangerous Products (Products Liability)
- Medical Malpractice
- Trucking and Other Commercial Motor Vehicle Wrecks
- Airline and Plane Crashes
Tommy Malone and Adam Malone are among the few lawyers in the country who have been Board Certified by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA) in the complex field of Medical Professional Negligence. The American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys is the official certifying body sanctioned by the American Bar Association. Tommy Malone is currently the President of the ABPLA, and Adam Malone currently serves on the ABPLA Board of Governors.
Tommy and Adam actively work to give back to the community.
Tommy, who attended Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law, endowed a $1 million chair in support of the School's Mock Trial Advocacy program. Tommy has served on the Board of Trustees for Mercer University since 2007.
At present, Tommy has the honor of serving as co-chair of the Ninth Biennial Just The Beginning Foundation Conference, which will be held in Atlanta on September 30, 2010 - October 3, 2010. Just The Beginning Foundation is dedicated to developing and nurturing interest in the law among young persons from various ethnic backgrounds underrepresented in the legal profession and supporting their continued advancement. JTBF's long-term goal is to increase racial diversity in the legal profession and on the bench.
Adam, who graduated as Valedictorian from John Marshall Law School, currently serves on the Law School's Board of Directors, and has been a Board Member of the John Marshall Law School Foundation since 2002.
Adam also serves on the Advisory Board for Attorney Certification the Brain Injury Association of America. ♦