Meet Your Attorney

 

Attorney, Managing Partner:

 

Stanley S. Scott Jr.

 

Attorney Stanley S. Scott Jr. has practiced law since 1998. During the early years of his legal career, Stanley represented insurance companies and big businesses, but quickly realized that his true calling was representing plaintiffs in personal injury claims and lawsuits. Stanley is passionate about helping others, a champion of the underdog, and an aggressive personal injury advocate.

After graduating from Tulane Law in 1998, Stanley decided that it was time for change and moved from New Orleans, LA to Atlanta, GA where his family has had ties to the City of Atlanta for nearly 100 years. You may have heard of his family's newspaper the Atlanta Daily World, which is recognized as the oldest African American Weekly Newspaper in the United States.

He is licensed in federal and state courts across the state and is well-versed in mass tort, multi-district litigation (MDL), where he represents clients on the local, statewide, and national levels. With significant experience in the insurance industry, Stanley knows how to identify weak opposing arguments and exploit them for the benefit of his clients.

Stanley's success includes a multitude of substantial settlements and jury verdicts. Today, he continues to build a reputation for excellence in the legal community as he strives to become the most skilled and well-prepared legal advocate in the greater Atlanta area.

As a client's advocate, Stanley believes that "It is [my] responsibility, in fact [my] duty…to make the members of the jury feel like they have known the client all of his or her life, because only then can jurors truly understand the devastating effects of the client's injury. Without such an understanding, a jury cannot possibly return a just and proper verdict in our client's favor."

 

University of California at Santa Cruz, B.A. 1992

 

Tulane University School of Law, J.D. 1998

 

Loyola University, Institute of Politics, Fellow 1996

 

Admitted to the Georgia Bar 1998