Gregory Kinnamon

Kinnamon, Gregory 1973050Title: Attorney

Company: The Kinnamon Firm

Location: Dalton, GA

Dalton, GA, June 30, 2016, Gregory Kinnamon, Attorney, has been recognized by Elite American Lawyers, for dedication, achievement and leadership in civil litigation.

Mr. Kinnamon is distinguished for more than 30 years of practicing law. Focused on representing clients in civil litigation course, Mr. Kinnamon is exceptionally versed in county government law, business law, probate law, wrongful death, real estate, automobile accidents and personal injury. In addition to his successful law career, Mr. Kinnamon has also served two terms with the Georgia House of Representatives. In addition, he sits in a directorship role with the First National Community Bank. Opening the doors to his own firm nearly 20 years ago, Mr. Kinnamon handles both cases and management. He is recognized with an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

Since he was in the seventh grade, Mr. Kinnamon knew he was destined to become a lawyer. He attributes his success to hard work, perseverance and God’s blessings. As an example of his ability as an effective communicator, Mr. Kinnamon treats his clients the way he would like to be treated. Prior to earning a JD at Mercer University, cum laude, Mr. Kinnamon received a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Georgia. He maintains affiliation with the Conasauga Circuit Bar Association and the Georgia State Bar Association. He looks forward to continuing to provide his services in law.

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