For over twenty years, Josh Sacks has been recognized as one of the premier personal injury attorneys in the Atlanta area, working on behalf of individual victims and their families in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. He has an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating possible, with a rating score of 5.0 out of 5.0, which identifies him as a preeminent attorney. He has been recognized as a Georgia Rising Star and a Georgia SuperLawyer. He received a 10.0 out of 10.0 (Superb) rating from the legal search site, AVVO. Atlanta's Jezebel Magazine featured Josh as one of only three Lawyers of Distinction in the area of personal injury. Josh is also a member of the National Trial Lawyers "Top 100 Trial Lawyers" organization and was recognized in 2016 as one of America's Most Honored Professionals (Top 1% of profession).
Josh has recovered millions of dollars for victims of negligence and wrongful conduct. He has achieved seven figure verdicts and/or settlements in medical malpractice cases, trucking cases, product liability cases, and car wrecks. He is frequently asked by other attorneys to assist with complex medical issues, or unique legal questions such as ERISA liens, medical reimbursement requests, and other similar matters.
Josh is also active in the legal community and in his home town of Dunwoody, Georgia. He has served at the national level as the Vice Chair of the Civil Procedure & Evidence Committee for the American Bar Association. He has been a Champion Member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. He is a long-time member of the Lawyers Club. He served as a Barrister with the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Inn of Court, and an attorney coach and jodge fo the Intrastate Mock Trial Competition. At his alma mater, the William & Mary Law School, the Sacks Moot Court Office bears his and Jeanne's names.
Locally, Josh has been a manager and coach of numerous youth baseball teams, including the coach of record for the last of four consecutive league championships in the major division for the Oakland Athletics at Murphey Candler Little League. He and Jeanne are actively involved in the community, serving in various roles with the local middle and high schools, sponsoring local events and organizations, and supporting local charities.
Josh is admitted to practice law in the United States Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Northern District of Georgia, and all Georgia State Courts, including the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and State and Superior Courts throughout the State. He has lectured extensively on issues of trial preparation, pretrial discovery, settlement negotiation, trial, depositions, courtroom technology, witness preparation, medical depositions, proof of damages, and a host of other issues.
Josh handles serious injury and wrongful death cases arising from tractor-trailer wrecks, medical malpractice, misfilled prescriptions, road wrecks, and slip-and-falls.
From the time she began practicing law in 1995 and throughout her legal career, Jeanne has focused on family law. Following a clerkship with the late Hon. Richard S. (Stan) Gault in the Superior Court of Forsyth County, Georgia, Jeanne quickly established herself as an effective advocate and litigator in private practice in the complex field of family law. She took a hiatus from practice beginning in 2009 so that she could stay home with her four children. On July 1, 2016, she returned to the active practice of law to work exclusively as a guardian ad litem for children in family law cases in Forsyth County.
Jeanne’s own life experience provides valuable insight into her success in her legal and personal endeavors. She grew up in a small town west of Chicago called DeKalb, Illinois. After graduating valedictorian of her public high school class, she went on to major in English and French at the University of Iowa. Jeanne then enrolled at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Jeanne excelled in law school, participating in a prestigious moot court competition dealing with International Law. She was also a student assistant to Professor Neal Devins, a constitutional law scholar.
In the mid-1990s, Jeanne was one of only a handful of women actively practicing in the area of family law in the North Georgia area. She litigated numerous domestic cases involving complex issues, including international custody and adoption, hotly-contested substantial-asset divorce cases, and many other types of family law cases. In addition to representing parties in domestic cases, Jeanne served as guardian ad litem in both Superior Court domestic relations cases and Juvenile Court deprivation cases. She earned a reputation as an effective, pragmatic, and thoroughly-prepared advocate on behalf of her clients.
Jeanne is currently accepting Court-appointed as well as private guardian ad litem work in Forsyth County family law cases. Please contact our office at 678.739.0050 to set up an appointment.