Our firm’s founding partner, M. Adam Jones, has worked with nationally-known law firms throughout his career while overseeing a wide variety of cases and issues for clients. In addition to assisting injured victims, Mr. Jones has also represented small and medium-sized businesses involved in contractual and/or other types of disputes of a non-injurious nature. Having obtained record verdicts in business/commercial litigation, Mr. Jones is the Chief Litigator for our business litigation firm.
Why we represent small businesses
A Varied Background, An Experienced Law Firm
During his work as a business litigation attorney, Mr. Jones has assisted corporations and individuals from numerous industries, including healthcare, banking, communications, manufacturing and retail. Because of that, our firm is well versed in working with people with all types of needs, including employees, employers, entrepreneurs, franchisees and other professionals.
What Makes Us Different?
There are many factors to consider when choosing a business litigation lawyer. the most important of which, perhaps, is the lawyer’s track record in the courtroom. Approximately ninety percent of our firm’s cases are referred by other attorneys, a fact which speaks volumes for our reputation within the legal community.
Although we are a business litigation firm, primarily focused on protecting our clients’ rights inside the courtroom, we are often retained to minimize a client’s risk for a potential lawsuit. This is particularly important to businesses in the midst of negotiating a contract, handling a contentious employer/employee situation, or any number of other issues which crop up daily in today’s business world. By working with a business litigation attorney at our Dothan office, we can help you solidify your company’s rights and responsibilities in legal documents.
It is our belief that a proactive attitude from the start can reduce or even avoid some of the costs associated with arbitration and litigation. Contact our office now for a free consultation.
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