The personal injury trial lawyers at Reynolds, Horne & Survant have fought to obtain compensation for victims of auto accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, workers’ compensation and other incidents of negligent or careless injury for over thirty years. We are proud of our record of successfully representing people in the Macon, Georgia area and throughout the southeastern United States including Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
The right of all American citizens to a trial by jury is perhaps the most important entitlement afforded under our nation’s Constitution. Jury trials are the means by which individual rights are defended from encroachment, and positive social change is implemented. Civil jury verdicts force individuals, powerful corporations, and even the government to be held accountable for their actions in the form of monetary damages, protecting the individual rights that our democracy deems essential to the essence of liberty.
The judicial climate in Georgia is threatening access to quality medical care and general business conditions in the state. Reynolds, Horne & Survant Law Firm is especially interested in the issue of tort reform. Tort reform is not just a doctors’ issue here. Please see our web page on Tort Reform.
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Timothy Joseph “Joe” Boyd, joined Reynolds, Horne & Survant, as an associate attorney in December of 2005. Joe is originally from Macon, Georgia, where he continues to reside with his sons, Josh and Hayes. Joe is the son of Bill and Marvalene Boyd. Bill was a columnist for the Macon Telegraph and is famous around Macon for his humorous depictions of people from the middle Georgia area. Marvalene recently retired after 25 years in the Bibb County school system.
Joe graduated in 1994 from Mercer University after a two year service in the United States Marine Corp where he achieved the rank of Lance Corporal. He also received a Masters in Education from Georgia College & State University. Joe taught school for a total of seven years in Macon County and Houston County, respectively. Joe also coached football and baseball in both counties and led the Macon County Varsity Baseball team to their first region championship in 25 years. For this accomplishment, Joe won the Coach of the Year award for that region as well as the All Middle Georgia Coach of the Year Award.
Joe attended Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law in 2001 and graduated in May of 2004 with a Juris Doctorate Degree. Joe was admitted to practice in October of 2004. During his spare time he enjoys playing softball, golf, and coaching his sons.
Joe’s primary areas of practice are Workers Compensation as well as Civil Litigation involving Personal Injury, Wrongful Death and tractor-trailer litigation. In his first trial, Joe had the distinction of obtaining a 1.1 million dollar verdict from a Fulton County jury for his clients. In 2013, Joe obtained a $4.5 million Workers’ Compensation settlement, which may be the largest Workers’ Compensation settlement in Georgia history. The State Board of Workers’ Compensation indicated it did not keep up with such statistics, but that this resolution was the largest settlement in recent history.
Bar Membership: Georgia
Court Admission: All Superior and State Courts of Georgia, United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia
Education: Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law (J.D. 2004) Georgia College & State University (M.S. in Education, 2001) Mercer University (B.A. History)
Practice Areas: Workers’ Compensation; Civil Litigation; Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Trucking Litigation;
Attorney Ashley Mackin Brodie knows that individual support and experienced representation can make profound differences in the lives of our clients. We get to know you and listen patiently to the details of your story. We analyze the aspects of your case and we fully inform you of your options. Together, we’ll decide on the best strategy for arriving at the optimal outcome. We’ll do everything in our power to deliver a fair resolution that meets your needs.
Mr. Goodman, originally from Macon Georgia, received a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English, from Mercer University, where he was a member of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Mr. Goodman graduated from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law. During this time, he was an associate editor of the Mercer Law Review and a member of Phi Alpha Delta Honors society.
Mr. Goodman is a member of the Macon-Bibb County Bar Association, State Bar of Georgia, American Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Commercial Law League of America, National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives, and National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys.