Quinton S. Seay is a Founding Partner at Seay/Felton LLC Trial Lawyers, a personal injury litigation and workers' comp law firm that is committed to pursuing justice for their clients.
He is a seasoned litigator who focuses primarily on cases related to truck and commercial vehicle crashes, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, burn injuries and unsafe premises. Quinton is an AV rated trial attorney with over 23 years of experience handling complex, high stakes civil litigation consisting of catastrophic personal injury, product liability, commercial vehicle crashes, medical negligence and business torts.
Quinton fought vigorously as plaintiff's counsel in national litigation against a large bus line that subsequently resulted in the installation of protective shields for bus drivers on all buses in the fleet. He has recovered millions of dollars through both jury verdicts and settlements including a $4.4 million settlement in a commercial vehicle crash case and a $3 million settlement in a wrongful death case.
Before Seay & Felton, Quinton handled wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits at The Chestnut Firm. He was also Managing Partner in the Atlanta office of Thomas, Means, Gillis & Seay from 1999 to 2011.
From 1990 to 1999, Quinton was an Associate Attorney at Long, Weinberg, Ansley & Wheeler, an insurance defense firm. He was responsible for over 60 cases and provided legal defense for Fortune 500 companies such as Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, State Farm and Allstate.
Quinton is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association, the National Bar Association, the Gate City Bar Association and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Quinton earned his bachelor's degree in Political Science with honors from Morehouse College and his Juris Doctorate from Cornell University School of Law.
"When my mentally impaired brother was burned to death in a personal care home where he was supposed to be taken care of, Attorney Seay was there to provide not only strong and effective legal representation, but also guidance to me and my brother and sister. We greatly appreciated how Mr. Seay quickly filed a lawsuit on our behalf when the personal care home and its insurance companies failed to take responsibility for the negligence which led to the death of our brother. Because Mr. Seay was aggressive in pursuing discovery against the personal care home and its employees, the insurance companies reconsidered and settled the case. Throughout the time that he was working on our lawsuit, Mr. Seay and his staff always had time to answer any questions and assist us with any other needs we had. Mr. Seay obviously cared about getting the best outcome possible for my family. We will always miss our brother, but with the assistance of Mr. Seay we now feel that we were able to obtain justice for him."
"I think that Mr. Felton did a great job on my case. I would like to thank him and his team for looking out for me and my family. Thank you, thank you."