Jennifer Marble is a Senior Paralegal with Gary Phillips Accident Law Professionals.
Jennifer is a Senior Paralegal for the firm and she brings with her 17 years of personal injury case and office management experience. Jennifer attended Phoenix College and graduated in 1999 with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in General Studies as well as in Legal Assisting. In 2000 she started at Phillips and Lyon as a legal assistant handling personal injury cases for both senior partners, Gary Phillips and Greg Lyon. In 2003 Phillips and Lyon introduced the Serious Injury Group and she was asked join the team which was overseen by Gary Phillips. The Serious Injury Group was formed to specifically handle the more complex personal injury claims involving significant physical injuries and wrongful death claims from accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians. Jennifer decided to continue her education and while working fulltime for Phillips and Lyon she began taking night classes at University of Phoenix and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration Studies in 2004. In 2005 Jennifer was promoted into management by senior partner Greg Lyon to oversee his department as Legal Assistant Supervisor. She worked closely with Mr. Lyon while managing a staff of legal assistants and their many cases. Upon the law firm of Phillips and Lyon dissolving in 2016 she chose to join the team with Gary Phillips Accident Law Professionals and is extremely excited to be working closely with clients again.
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