Andrew W Jones
Attorney Andrew Jones is a Owner & Managing Partner of Jones & Swanson, a law firm in Marietta, GA. As a lawyer in Marietta, Georgia, attorney Jones serves Cobb County, as well as clients throughout Georgia.
Areas of Practice
- Auto Accident
- Brain Injury
- Construction Accident
- Defective / Dangerous Products
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Personal Injury
- Slip and Fall
- Truck Accidents
- Wrongful Death
Admitted to Practice Law
- 1993, Georgia
|:||University of Georgia, B.A., 1990|
|Law School||:||Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, J.D., 1993|
- Georgia Bar Association; Cobb County Bar Association; Georgia Trial Lawyers Association; American Trial Lawyers Association (Top 100 Trial Lawyers); International Society of Barristers; Million Dollar Advocates Forum; Civil Justice Political Action Committee; Past member of the Board of Trustees for the Lawyers Foundation of Georgia; Board of Trustees for the Cobb County Bar Association since 1997; Executive Committee of the State Bar of Georgia from 2002 until 2005; Past member of the Board of Governor's for the State Bar of Georgia; Member of the Georgia Bar Foundation; Lawyers of Distinction
Attorney Andrew Jones opened Jones & Swanson after serving as founding partner of Cooper, Jones & Cooper for many years. Throughout his legal career, Andrew has represented plaintiffs in a variety of high-profile cases. He has acted as lead and co-counsel in trials against companies like Ford Motor Company, Wal-Mart, General Motors, Georgia Pipe and Cresco Lines. Over the past 20 years, Andrew has secured millions of dollars of relief for his clients.
Not only is Attorney Andrew Jones experienced in trial and settlement situations, but he is also active in Georgia and county bar associations. He has served in a variety of leadership positions over the years. Andrew is currently the President of the Cobb County Trial Lawyers Association and served as President of the Cobb County Bar Association from 2008 until 2009. He has also served as President of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia and the Cobb County Younger Lawyers Division in years past. Attorney Jones holds an AVVO rating of 10/10: Superb, the highest ranking possible. Andrew is also AV Preeminent Rated by Martindale Hubbell and was selected to Georgia Trend's 2012 Legal Elite. Each year since 2009, Andrew has been voted a Georgia "Super Lawyer" by Atlanta Magazine and was voted a "Rising Star" in 2005 and 2007.
Andrew and his family are active members of the Marietta community. He is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Marietta and lives near Marietta Square with his wife and three kids.
Born: Dearborn, Michigan, April 30, 1969
Jones & Swanson
701 Whitlock Ave SW #J-44
Marietta, Georgia 30064
At Jones & Swanson, our dedicated Marietta attorneys and staff members are proud to offer unsurpassed personal injury legal aid in the metro-Atlanta area. The firm’s areas of specialization include passenger vehicle and tractor trailer crashes, wrongful deaths, dog bites, product liability, and slip or trip and fall accidents. Each of these types of accidents often causes significant injury or death to the innocent party, in which case we are here to help. Jones & Swanson represents victims of other types of practice areas, and in the event that we receive inquiries for a case that we will not take on, we are often able to provide advice or contact information for other lawyers that we think may be able to help. In addition to serving Georgians throughout the metro-Atlanta counties of Cobb, Fulton, Cherokee, Gwinnett, and more, Attorneys Andrew Jones and Chase Swanson are pleased to aid Georgians from many other parts of the state. If we are not able to travel to you, we will refer your claim to a lawyer closer to you. For personalized personal injury representation, contact the Marietta injury lawyers at Jones & Swanson today for a free consultation at (770) 427-5498.
Personal Injury, Products Liability, Motor Carrier Liability, Premises Liability.
While making deliveries for work with his child in the backseat, Farma Kane was in a car accident that left him quadriplegic and dependent on a ventilator. Because he was on duty, the employer was held responsible and the compensation went to the upbringing of his child.
Katoria Lee and her son had stopped at a Wal-Mart late one evening to pick up groceries. On her way back to the car, she was shot in the back by a car jacker who was trying to steal he car with her son inside. Upon investigation, it was found that Wal-Mart failed to increase security after an increase of crimes. The jury sided with Ms. Lee after a seven day trial.
Scott Kingsley's motorcycle collided with an intoxicated woman's car when she pulled out in front of him. Kingsley died as a result of the accident and the jury awarded compensation to Mr. Kingsley's widow and daughter.
Michael Carroll underwent a serious lumbar surgery in which the doctors mis-positioned six screws causing permanent pain to Mr. Carroll. Less than a week before trial, the defendants paid Mr. Carroll and his wife to settle the claims.
John Lawler was killed when an overhead sign fell on to his vehicle after an out-of-control truck ran hit the base of the sign. After a thorough investigation, it was found that the trucking company and the pipe loading company were responsible for the accident.
Deidra Marsh was the front seat passenger of a vehicle being driven by her boyfriend who lost control of his vehicle and collided with another vehicle. A truck driver who saw the accident was unable to avoid a collision with the vehicle being driven by Ms. Marsh's boyfriend. Ms. Marsh died due to the accident. After further investigation, it was found that the truck driver was speeding and had improper brake levels and was therefore held responsible.
Ms. Carroll fell and injured herself while walking on uneven pavement at the Fulton County Zoo. Mr. Jones determined that Zoo employees had knowledge of the unsafe condiiton of the payment and was able to secure a substantial settlement for the client.