Jonathan Rosenburg has always lived in the Southeast. He was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and would live in Blacksburg, Virginia, and Florence Alabama, before finally coming to reside in the State of Georgia where he attended high school in Clayton County, Georgia. Jonathan graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in History and a Minor in Philosophy. After graduation, Jonathan, continued his education at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where he received a Juris Doctorate degree in 2012.
Jonathan began his legal career at the largest criminal defense firm in the Southeast, where he worked as court appointed counsel for thousands of indigent clients. During his tenure with the firm, Jonathan became known as a zealous advocate and a fierce litigator in the courtroom. As a criminal defense attorney, Jonathan defended well over fifty clients in front of juries and argued hundreds of motions on behalf of his client in front of the Georgia Courts. Jonathan worked tirelessly to protect the rights of his client, even to the point of successfully overturning a client’s wrongful conviction by taking that client’s case to the Georgia Court of Appeals.
Jonathan began his work in personal injury at a small firm in Norcross, Georgia. Jonathan moved on to work for another personal injury law firm in the heart of Buckhead, before joining Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys in November 2021. As a personal injury attorney, Jonathan has represented clients all over the State of Georgia and helped them fight back against the greedy insurance companies that are only concerned about their bottom line. When an insurance company refuses to pay what it takes to make his clients whole, Jonathan does not hesitate to file suit in order to seek the justice his clients all deserve under the law. Jonathan has helped thousands of clients recover millions of dollars for their injuries.
Jonathan is proud to call Atlanta, Georgia his home.
“I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” – Thomas Jefferson