Alan Hamilton focuses his law practice on significant personal injury cases, wrongful death, and business torts. Alan has helped numerous clients obtain seven- and eight-figure verdicts and settlements during his career. He has represented individuals and appeared before courts in twelve different states. Prior to co-founding Shiver Hamilton, LLC, Alan practiced with a nationally recognized trial firm and served as a federal judicial law clerk. Since its founding in 2011, Shiver Hamilton has obtained a series of outstanding jury verdicts, many of them far exceeding the insurance company’s best offer.
Alan decided early on to dedicate his career to representing injured victims of negligence and corporate wrongdoing, turning down multiple job offers from corporate defense law firms to pursue a law practice representing plaintiffs.
Alan’s practice and experience covers a wide range of catastrophic injury cases, including trucking, tractor trailer and other commercial motor vehicle crashes, motorcycle and other automobile cases, negligent security premises liability, product liability, log truck cases, dram shop (alcohol) liability, road defect cases, workplace injuries, fire and explosion injury cases, premises liability, and wrongful death. He has tried numerous cases to verdict and successfully represented clients in appellate courts in Georgia and other states.
Alan is involved in numerous legal and civic organizations. He has served on numerous non-profit boards, including Skyland Trail Advisory Board and Third Lens Ministries. Alan is Education Chair of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and a member of the GTLA Executive Committee. Alan has also served the past several years on the Georgia State Bar Task Force/Committee on E-Discovery. In addition to his service, Alan is a frequent speaker and presenter at Continuing Legal Education conferences and seminars. Alan is also a member of Buckhead Church, where he serves as a community group leader. Alan and his wife, Morgan Henritze Hamilton, live in Atlanta with their four sons.