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Law Office of Johnny Phillips

12 Jackson Street, Newnan, GA 30263

Visit: https://www.johnnyphillipslaw.com

Phone: 404-736-7750

Fax: 404-487-0183

Licensed Since: 2011

Education:Georgia State University College of Law

Practice Areas:

  • Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff

Q Attorney Profile

Johnny G. Phillips is a personal injury attorney in Newnan, Georgia. As the founder of the Law Office of Johnny Phillips, Mr. Phillips handles matters involving motor vehicle accidents, brain injury, construction accidents, premises liability, trucking accidents and wrongful death. He represents individuals throughout the Atlanta metropolitan region who have been injured or lost a loved one due to negligence.

Over the course of his career, Mr. Phillips has helped numerous injured Georgia residents recover compensation for their injuries. He has experience with all aspects of the personal injury litigation process, including drafting motions, filing lawsuits, court preparation and courtroom appearances. Outside of his practice, he enjoys staying involved in his legal community and is an active member of the State Bar of Georgia.

Mr. Phillips graduated magna cum laude from Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus and received his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law. He obtained his license to practice law in 2011, which made him eligible to appear before all Georgia state courts. He holds a license to appear before the U.S. District Court for the Middle and Northern Districts of Georgia, the Court of Appeals of Georgia and the Supreme Court of Georgia.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Phillips spent eight years as an investigator and security forces officers in the U.S. Air Force. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards for his many accomplishments during his military career. While serving in the military, he also earned an associate degree in criminal justice from the Community College of the Air Force.

Q More info

About Johnny Phillips

Admitted: 2011, Georgia

Professional Webpage: https://www.johnnyphillipslaw.com/about-us/johnny-phillips


  • Airman of the Year (Wing and Security Forces), Hanscom Air Force Base, 2003
  • Certificate of Recognition for Raven Mission to Jordan, United States Air Force, 2002
  • Top 32 in Lawson Moot Court Competition
  • Attorney with Georgia State Student Trial Lawyer Association
  • Airman of the Quarter, Hanscom Air Force Base, 2003
  • Certificate for Exemplary Performance at Ali-Al-Salem Air Base, United States Air Force, 2002
  • Air Expeditionary Medal, United States Air Force, 2002
  • Basic Training Medal, United States Air Force, 2000
  • Highest Qualified Security Forces Entry Controller, Hanscom Air Force Base, 2002
  • Outstanding Unit with Valor (medal), United States Air Force, 2002
  • Expert Marksmanship (medal), United States Air Force, 2000
  • Good Conduct Medal, United States Air Force, 2003
  • Airman of the Year (Wing and Security Forces), Hanscom Air Force Base, 2003
  • Ranked 1st in Military Police Investigator School, Department of Army, Military Police School, 2003
  • Distinguished graduate of Security Forces Tech School, United States Air Force, 2000
  • National Defense Medal, United States Air Force, 2002
  • Air Force Achievement Medal, United States Air Force, 2004

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • U.S. District Court Middle District of Georgia
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Atlanta Bar Association

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • Assisted Bankruptcy Professor Gabel in researching and editing Bankruptcy Appeals Manual


  • $475,000.00 Non-fatal shooting at apartment complex settlement, 2018
  • $373,482.72 Jury verdict on car accident, 2018
  • $7,400,000.00 Jury Verdict on wrongful death trucking collision, 2019
  • Premise Liability $100,000 Settlement While visiting Lowes the client was walking and slipped in water puddle on floor from a roof leak, 2016
  • Premise Liability $195,000 Settlement Client fell at her apartments slipping on a defective step at an approach which is required to traverse to access her apartment breaking her leg, 2015
  • Car Accident $120,000 Settlement Client was traveling on highway when traffic stopped and was hit from behind, 2016
  • Premise Liability $200,000 Settlement Client was loading a crib box at GA Baby & Kids and an employee pushed the box onto him causing client to lose his balance and suffer severe injuries requiring surgery, 2016
  • Car Accident $373,482.75 Settlement Car wreck in December of 2012, where the State Patrol found her at fault, but never took the first picture or measurement, and never took in to account her version of the wreck. The wreck was so traumatic, that it literally shattered Jomi’s right leg, and she spent the next year in recovery and learning to walk once more. Jomi is a wonderful woman, who left her home in Florida, and moved to Georgia to take care of her younger sister, who was then 18 years old and pregnant with her first child. Jomi had also graduated with her nursing degree, but because of this wreck, she was never able to take her boards to become certified and thus never became a real nurse. Moreover, Ms. Redding incurred over $73,000.00 in medical expenses related to her severe injuries and broken leg. On November 7, 2018, almost 6 years after the wreck, a Walton County jury found that Ms. Reddings had not caused the wreck in 2012 and was in fact the victim. The jury awarded Ms. Reddings $373,482.75 for everything that she had been through, and several concerned jurors actually waited outside in the rain, just to tell Jomi how sorry they were for everything she has been through, 2018
  • Car Accident $120,000 Settlement Successfully defeated the Insurance company’s motion for summary judgment, holding that the insurance company was a proper party defendant in a trucking case pursuant to Georgia’s Direct Action Statute O.C.G.A. 40-1-112 and 40-2-140, and must remain in case until final judgment or dismissal, where the Insurance carrier admitted it was liable to pay a verdict under its policy and where its insured trucking company maintained a self-insured retention pool, argued by the insurance carrier to be the primary applicable policy to the claim. McGill v. Am. Trucking & Trans., Ins. Co., 77 F. Supp. 3d 1261, 2015
  • Premise Liability $260,000 Settlement Meeting people at Olive Garden to eat after being shown to the table the client proceeded to sit in the chair when the chair gave way and client fell to the cement floor, 2016
  • Car Accident $490,000 Settlement Rear-end collision, 2018
  • Premise Liability $215,000 Settlement An apartment/townhouse resident who fell down the stairs when the handrail support was loose. The building had been put on notice beforehand and failed to make the necessary corrections. Client was treated for Neck (C-4 & C-5 vertebrae), 2017
  • Premise Liability $100,000 Settlement Client was working at Old Fourth Ward Central Park, Atlanta Hawks were having an event there. The Hawks tent was being disassembled by Hawks event team. They removed the weights and the tent flew on top of the client, 2015
  • Car Accident $215,000 Settlement Client was sitting behind a box truck at a stop light waiting for the light to change. The driver of the truck didn’t see her behind him and started backing up attempting to change lanes, 2015
  • Premise Liability $250,000 Settlement Client was hit in the head by closet organizer materials when Home Depot employee pulled materials down, 2015

Educational Background:

  • Community College of the Air Force, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts: Associate in Criminal Justice, 2003
  • Armstrong Atlantic State University: B.L.S., magna cum laude, 2007

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