When you need representation to guide you through a challenging financial situation, you want to feel confident in the attorney you choose. With over 35 years of experience, Willis H. Blacknall, III is prepared to stand by your side to ease your anxiety and help pursue the resolution that is right for you.
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In 1979, Mr. Blacknall left his position as an Assistant District Attorney in the Waycross Judicial Circuit and started his private practice. His practice has concentrated in trial law and has been admitted to practice in the Superior Courts and Federal Courts of the State of Georgia for the Middle and Southern districts. He is also admitted in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals for the United States.
Mr. Blacknall has also been admitted to the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Georgia. He has experience trying cases in all of the Courts of South Georgia in the position of lead counsel. His areas of practice include:
After graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1972, Willis H. Blacknall, III went on to graduate from Mercer University Walter F. George College of Law with a Juris doctorate degree in1978. He then moved to Waycross, Georgia to fill a position as a law clerk for the now-late Judge Ben Hodges, Superior Court Judge of the Waycross Judicial Circuit.
Personal injury claims
Worker’s compensation claims
Social Security Disability claims
General civil practice
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