• Lance and everyone in his office immediately came to our rescue, taking everything off of our hands so that we could focus on my husband's recovery. There are no words to describe how thankful we are for Lance and all that he did for our family.
    - Wife of Police Officer Represented in Auto Accident
  • Your diligence, tenacity and professionalism are outstanding. You got us a much higher settlement than we thought possible. We have and will continue to recommend you without hesitation. Again, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
    - Police Officer Represented in On-Duty Accident
Justin Meeks Assoc Attorney Justin H. Meeks
Associate Attorney
Bar Admissions:
Georgia, 2007


Florida Coastal School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2007
Kennesaw State University, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, magna cum laude, 2003

Justin is focused on achieving successful results for his individual and corporate clients. During his time in law school, Justin was the Technical Editor of the Florida Coastal Law Review. For the last 10 years he has represented plaintiffs in personal injury cases, as well as defendants in a wide variety of general civil litigation. Upon joining LoRusso Law Firm in 2014, Justin continues to represent clients in these types of civil matters, as well as defending medical malpractice and other healthcare cases.

A Georgia native, Justin attended high school at Youth Christian School in Powder Springs, Georgia and was the valedictorian of his class. In 1998, Justin became the all-time leading scorer in boys basketball at YCS, a record he held until 2011. He enjoys CrossFit and is an avid Atlanta Falcons fan.

Justin is admitted to practice in the following courts:

  • The Georgia Supreme Court
  • The Georgia Court of Appeals
  • All Georgia trial courts
  • The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
  • The United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia


Comment, Circuit Split: Can a Search Warrant that is Particular Upon Issuance Lose its Particularity Upon Execution?, Volume 9, Page 237, Florida Coastal Law Review, 2008

Justin’s Comment is cited in two treatises, the Constitutional Rights of the Accused and the Encyclopedia of the Fourth Amendment. Also, his Comment was quoted at length by the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association in an Amicus Brief filed in the Connecticut Supreme Court in State v. Browne, Case No. SC18065.

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