Meet Jackel & Phillips
Jackel & Phillips is a civil litigation law firm which provides personalized, experienced and always professional legal services to each and every individual who relies upon our team for help in cases of serious injury, wrongful death, harmful consumer products and medical malpractice cases involving hospital, nursing, or physician negligence. We understand that being injured due to the negligence of another is frustrating, stressful, and can radically change the way you live your life — and we believe that we offer the critical know-how and expertise gained by years of education and courtroom practice to guide you through the pitfalls and roadblocks that will be thrown at you by insurance companies and defense attorneys.
With over 60 years of representing metro Atlanta residents, Jackel & Phillips is the answer for anyone asking the question: Who will fight for me?
Partners Dana Jackel and Christopher Phillips are highly skilled legal professionals who commit to treating every case with diligence and every client with respect. We make ourselves easy to get in touch with by phone or consultation because we know that you deserve immediate individual attention. Our attorneys work closely with their nurse consultant and medical experts to ensure that your case is handled professionally and results in the best outcome.
At Jackel & Phillips, we specialize in injury cases of all kinds, specifically including the following:
If you’re looking for a law firm that emphasizes personalized service to its clients and will work tirelessly to give you the best results for your injury case, contact Jackel & Phillips at your earliest convenience. We can help you get started with professional legal advice or a free initial consultation.
When you visit a healthcare provider, it’s usually because you are already in a vulnerable physical state. Receiving treatment that is sub-par or being the victim of a mistake only adds to the stress and severity of the situation.
Car accidents are anything but uncommon, and with the rise in mobile use and texting while driving, the road can be a very dangerous place. If someone is neglecting their responsibilities while driving, it could cause serious injury in a matter of seconds.
Commercial trucks take up a lot of space on the road, and must be handled with absolute focus to keep everyone around them safe. Unfortunately, sometimes businesses put everyone at risk by allowing untrained, intoxicated, or overly fatigued drivers behind the wheel.
The responsibilities that come with owning property include making it safe for those you invite onto the premises. Failure to prevent accidents caused by building code violations, negligent security, wet or icy surfaces, and basic safety precautions means that you are put in danger.
Any of the above instances could result in life-changing injury, or potentially even death. These wrongful deaths are taken seriously by Jackel & Phillips, and we will fight long and hard to ensure that these cases are properly investigated and evaluated from a civil liability perspective.
There is nothing more upsetting than the idea that an elderly loved one in a nursing home isn’t being treated with the kindness and care they deserve. When physical or psychological harm are the results of neglect or abuse, it’s time to contact professionals to make things right.
We trust our physicians and pharmacists to verify that a prescription drug is safe for us to use and that the dosage is appropriate. Any mistakes made during the process of receiving one’s medication is a serious situation and could have very harmful side effects.
No case is too complex or difficult for our legal team.
Over $38,000,000.00 Recovered For Our Clients
From the Blog
In any medical malpractice case, a strong team is of utmost importance, and you, the client, are the most important member. You want to feel heard, educated, and, most importantly, supported. In a medical malpractice case, your attorney is your legal expert; the person to help you navigate the legal side of the case. Another
We trust our healthcare professionals; however, when a medical provider fails to uphold the standard of care expected, provides an incorrect diagnosis, or suggests improper medication or treatment, the provider may be guilty of medical malpractice. It is hard to imagine, but millions of malpractice cases are filed each year, so what can you do