Jack Jacobs


Jack Jacobs has recently been named by Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in Workers’ Compensation, which is a primary focus of his practice. He also specializes in personal injury and Federal Black Lung claims. Jack is routinely sought after as counsel in Federal Black Lung cases and has represented hundreds of members of the United Mine Workers of America and spouses with Black Lung claims in both state and federal courts primarily in Alabama, as well as in North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi. Read more >

Jack is also an experienced litigator in personal injury cases including catastrophic workplace injuries that can have life changing outcomes for the individual and their families. Much of his work has focused on representing coal miners and steel workers in complicated industrial accidents.

His practice is also focused on helping coal miners and their families to navigate the lengthy and complex litigation of Federal Black Lung claims. Jack Jacobs’ knowledge of the inner workings of administrative law and procedure has resulted in numerous awards of lifetime benefits making a lifetime of difference for the claimants, widows, and survivors whom he has represented.

Jack grew up in several states throughout the Southeast, moving to Chilton County while in high school. Jack married his college sweetheart, Kristen, and they have a daughter Elizabeth. Jack and his family live in Pelham. In his spare time, Jack enjoys spending time with his family and running the trails and roads near his home.