Kimberlyn Malone was born and raised in Monroeville, Alabama. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from UAB and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Alabama.
Kimberlyn has diverse legal experience. She has fought for people in various legal arenas. She started her legal career as a sole practitioner when she inadvertently opened her first law office in the same building as the Huntsville, Alabama NAACP. They immediately coined her as their attorney and flooded her door with people needing representation in various civil rights and criminal cases. She was willing to fight for anyone who walked through her door. She was subsequently appointed to the local NAACP Executive Board and served in that role for several years.
Early in her career Ms. Malone successfully fought to keep innocent people from wrongful convictions. Innocent people do not belong in prison! To accept that is unacceptable to Ms. Malone. Consequently, she served as a prosecutor for many years; not because she wanted to convict people, but because she wanted to ensure the right people were being convicted.
Over the years of practice Kimberlyn has developed a passion and specialty in personal injury law. She has handled hundreds of auto accident cases and knows her way around trucking accidents too. She even earned a CDL to better understand the intricacies of trucking accidents. She is very familiar with the liability surrounding 18-wheelers. She has also handled other tort claims, including premises liability and dog bites.
Ms. Malone strives to form an open and honest relationship with her clients. She listens to their concerns and tailors a result specific to each client. Her fundamental goal is to be honest with the client and keep them well informed with reasonable expectations of their case and the results. Consequently, many of her clients have become lifetime friends.
Kimberlyn is an aggressive attorney who has fought for justice for many years. She believes it is her divine purpose to always fight for what is right.
- University of Alabama School of Law
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama
- Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals
- Supreme Court of Alabama
- Georgia State Courts