I’ve always thrived in a competitive environment. My ability to succeed in litigation initially drew me to insurance defense, but my moral compass ultimately led me to fight on behalf of the injured instead. Every day, I get the opportunity to pursue my passion and make a difference in the lives of others in Atlanta and beyond, through both my legal work and my charity, the Alpine Adaptive Ski Program.
My inclination is to help the little guy. Insurance giants will try to get you to take a lowball offer, but I won’t settle for less than you deserve. Why? Because I truly care. I want to help you secure the compensation you need to start moving forward.
Your catastrophic injury may change your life, but it doesn’t have to define your life. Through my work, I aim to show each of my clients that, while their abilities may be altered as a result of their injury, their future is filled with opportunity.
My advocacy extends outside of the courtroom. I founded the Alpine Adaptive Ski Program to provide physically challenged individuals with the chance to discover or regain a passion for skiing through the use of modern technology.
Jeff is thorough and zealous in his representation of his clients, yet professional and ethical at all times with his opposing counsel. He is also a good person with a great sense of humor, which is refreshing in the practice of law.
Jeff is a worthy opponent and a fine attorney. I consider him to be a strong advocate for his clients and a very honest and ethical attorney.
Mr. Gilbert is the best lawyer in GA for catastrophic workers' compensation cases.
Excellent civil practitioner. Very knowledgeable re Workers' Compensation law.
Great guy, excellent lawyer.
Automobile accident on Interstate I-20 just east of the Georgia-South Carolina border
I handled a premises liability case against a major building supply retailer.
I took the lead in a workers’ compensation claim involving a traumatic brain injury to a 45-year-old illegal immigrant worker.
I handled a workers’ compensation case involving amputation and burns.
I represented a client in a workers’ compensation case involving a 68-year-old who fell and sustained a mild brain injury and partial paralysis.
My client, a 65-year-old railroad worker, fell ten feet from a catwalk, sustaining a broken collarbone.
I represented a motorcyclist who was hit by a truck, resulting in brachial plexus injury to left arm.