Josh Tucker – Statesboro Personal Injury Lawyer

Josh Tucker

Josh D. Tucker, P.C.

(912) 764-4878

https://joshtuckerlaw.com/

209 S Zetterower Ave,
Statesboro , GA 30458

Monday – Friday:
8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

Josh Tucker

Josh D. Tucker, P.C.

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native of Metter, Georgia, Josh D. Tucker always knew he wanted to be a lawyer. His great-grandfather, Lester Cleveland (L.C.) Anderson, was a lawyer, state court judge and long-time mayor of Metter. “That had a great influence on me,” said Tucker. “I learned from his legacy that good things come to people who work really hard.”

Tucker graduated from Metter High School in 1986 and attended LaGrange College earning a B.A. in English in 1990. He attended the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, graduating magna cum laude in 2000. Tucker passed the Georgia state bar exam on the first try, and shortly thereafter began an association with law school classmate, Matt Hube. “Matt and I covered real estate, probate, domestic, criminal and personal injury,” said Tucker. Beginning in 2001, the partnership of Hube & Tucker, LLC covered general law for ten years. “Over time, work was allocated and Matt did domestic and criminal, while I covered real estate, probate and personal injury. I began to feel that real estate law wasn’t really helping people, probate was more of a process, but personal injury was truly helping people and their families.”

In 2010 Tucker began practicing solo solely representing individuals and their families who have been injured due to no fault of their own. “At my firm, we have a different approach. I prefer to work on every file myself. That personal attention means I can understand my client, their problems, concerns and needs.”

Tucker is as dedicated to your family, as he is his own. He has three children Bland, Abigail and Finn. He enjoys traveling with family, Georgia Bulldog football, golfing and entertaining friends. “This is a family oriented firm, and I treat each client as I would my own family.”