Hubert E. Hamilton

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Areas of Practice 1) Plaintiffs Personal Injury, 2) Torts, 3) Catastrophic Injury, 4) Wrongful Death, 5) Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries, 6) Commercial Vehicle Liability, 7) Brain Injury, 8) Automobile Negligence, 9) Products Liability, 10) Medical Malpractice and 11) Premises Liability
Law School Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law
Admitted Year 1976
Education Vanderbilt University (B.A., 1973)
Most recent firm The Hamilton Firm
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