Personal Injury Lawyer - Nicole Moore

Personal Injury Lawyer Nicole Moore-min

Nicole L. Moore

Huntsville Personal Injury Attorney | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

Ms. Moore grew up in Northeast Georgia. While in Georgia, she obtained an Emergency Medical Technician license. Her experience working on an ambulance and in the hospital setting provides her with extensive knowledge in human anatomy & physiology, EMS and hospital policies and procedures, medical terminology, and interpreting medical records. In 2012, Ms. Moore obtained her degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia Gwinnett College. After graduating, she worked as a probation officer. Shortly thereafter, Ms. Moore moved to Montgomery, Alabama to attend law school. While in law school, she returned home to Georgia for the summers to intern at the Gwinnett County Solicitor’s Office and Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office. In 2016, Ms. Moore graduated from Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. Since beginning her professional career, Ms. Moore worked in firms specializing in plaintiff-side litigation. Her work focused primarily on medical malpractice and personal injury. She gained extensive experience in managing pre-litigation personal injury cases from intake through negotiation and settlement. Her work focused primarily on medical malpractice and personal injury. She gained extensive experience in managing pre-litigation personal injury cases from intake through negotiation and settlement.

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