Kelley B. Simoneaux

Kelley_200x200Kelley joined The Law Offices of John Morrison, LLC in 2015 after working for two nationally recognized plaintiff’s firms in Atlanta, Georgia. She has always represented those who have been injured due to the negligence of others and brings her extensive litigation background and trial experience to The Law Offices of John Morrison, LLC to represent clients in personal injury, wrongful death, premise liability and medical malpractice cases.

Having been a passenger in a car wreck at the age of 16, which resulted in her sustaining a spinal cord injury, Kelley knows firsthand the fighter mentality necessary to bring justice to those injured because of the negligence of others. She takes her personal experience in navigating the legal world to secure positive outcomes for each of her clients.

After completing her undergraduate studies at Birmingham-Southern College, Kelley returned to her home state of Tennessee to attend the University of Tennessee College of Law. While in law school she served as the President of the Student Bar Association and was a member of the AAJ National Trial Team where she traveled the country competing in mock trial competitions. She also began her journey of helping others through the legal system by participating in the UT Legal Clinic, externing with the Knoxville Public Defender’s Office and working as a student lawyer for the UT Wrongful Convictions Clinic where she worked on a case involving the first use of mitochondrial DNA to convict a person of a crime. After graduating with honors, Kelley began her practice of law in Atlanta representing those who have been injured as a result of the negligence of others. Kelley has had the opportunity to present as a speaker on various topics affecting her clients and is actively involved with the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association where she was a member of their inaugural LEAD class in 2013.

When Kelley is not practicing law she is busy volunteering as a member of the Junior League of Atlanta, as a peer mentor with patients at Shepherd Center, an Atlanta hospital specializing in catastrophic brain and spinal cord injured patients, and as a member of the Shepherd Center Society which raises funds to help Shepherd’s SHARE initiative. She also enjoys practicing yoga and traveling the world with her husband and 2 year old daughter.

Education:
J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law, 2010
Order of Barristers
Concentration in Advocacy and Dispute Resolution
B.A., Political Science, Minor Economics, Birmingham-Southern College, 2007

Memberships:
State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association; Membership Committee, GTLA LEAD Class of 2013
American Association for Justice

Admission Details:
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Georgia
Supreme Court of Georgia
Georgia Court of Appeals
All State and Superior Court in Georgia