Jack had been practicing law since 1975. He attended undergraduate school at the University of Georgia and Law School at The Cumberland School of Law of Samford University.
Upon completion of his active duty service in the Army, he joined the firm of Twitty and Twitty in Camilla Georgia. He became a partner in 1980 and the firm became Twitty and Slover. While in Camilla, Jack practiced in all areas of litigation including; domestic, probate, worker’s compensation, civil and criminal. He also served as County Attorney for Mitchell County and represented not only individuals but such clients as the Planters and Citizens Bank, Bank of Camilla, Production Credit Association, Farmers Home Administration, Georgia Florida Alabama Peanut Association, Royal Ford, Mitchell County Development Authority, Mitchell County Housing Authority, Morey Farms, Willingham Farms and many others.
In the mid 1980’s, Jack had the opportunity to return to the Atlanta area. In 1988, he joined the firm of Sullivan, Hall, Booth and Smith as a partner. In 1996, the firm reconfigured and became Hall, Booth, Smith and Slover.
During his 37 years of practice Jack has handled numerous real estate transactions, corporate matters, and administrative procedures in addition to his trial work. He has tried over 350 cases to verdict in both the state and federal forums. The last 24 years his concentration has been in professional negligence and catastrophic injury cases.
Jack has represented medical, health care, and legal professionals in hundreds of malpractice actions. He has also represented institutions and entities such as hospitals, clinics, governmental institutions, trucking companies, construction companies and management organizations in litigation concerning negligence and malpractice.
Jack’s experience has made him a “sought after” speaker at seminars and continuing legal and medical education events.
On October 1, 2012 Jack, along with Michael Prieto, Jon Marigliano and William Holbert co-founded Prieto, Marigliano, Holbert and Prieto, LLC (PMHP). Jack, Mike, Jon and Bill have pooled their experience and talents to form a firm dedicated to representing individuals injured by the acts of others. Jack will be involved in all areas of the practice but will continue his concentration on catastrophic injury cases involving medical, dental, institutional, and professional negligence as well as accidents involving trucks and other vehicles.Back to Staff