Attorney – Amanda H. Yenerall
Since joining the firm in 2007 and becoming a partner in 2013, civil litigator Amanda Yenerall has specialized in the defense of employers, insurers, self-insurers and third party administrators in workers’ compensation claims. Amanda is a member of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the State Bar of Georgia. She has served on the Licensure and Self-Insurance Committee of State Board of Workers’ Compensation Chairman’s Advisory Council since 2013 and is a frequent speaker on workers’ compensation and related topics. Amanda also is registered as a neutral with the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution and she mediates workers’ compensation claims as well as other civil cases, including business disputes, personal injury and wrongful death. She is experienced in family law as well.
Amanda, who is member of the Gainesville-Northeastern Bar Association, has served as an assistant magistrate judge since 2019. Additionally, Amanda is admitted to practice in the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia and in federal court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Professional and Community Recognition
Amanda feels strongly about giving back to the community and has served on the board of several area nonprofits, including the Bowen Center for the Arts, the Rotary Club of Dawson County, United Way for Dawson County and the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County. In addition, she was selected to participate in the Leadership Dawson County class of 2017-2018 as well as the Leadership Hall County class of 2008-09.
Amanda H. Yenerall | In The News
The law relating to workers’ compensation in Georgia changes in some respect almost every year. This year is no different.
Under the workers’ compensation system, employers are required to purchase insurance that provides benefits to employees who suffer work-related injuries and illnesses.
The age of e-mails and smartphones has changed the way divorced couples communicate after the break-up and it’s often for the better, particularly when children are involved.