Wrongful Death & Civil Rights Attorney

“I believe that true justice in the justice system should be available to everyone, regardless of their race, nationality, gender, social class or ability to hire or pay for a good lawyer. That’s why I became a lawyer and that’s why I decided to open my new law office in the Historic Goldsboro District of Sanford, FL.” – Attorney Natalie Jackson

When you experience an injury, everything can change. With more than a 12 years as an experienced litigator on my clients' behalf, I help you focus on recovering, instead of finding yourself overwhelmed and worried about your court case.

I'll help you find your way.

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(407) 437-9295

 Attorney Natalie A. Jackson is an Orlando-based Civil Trial Lawyer and former U.S. Navy Intelligence Officer. She received her undergraduate degree from Hampton University and her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. Attorney Jackson began her legal career in the Seminole County Public Defender's Office representing indigent criminal clients. It was there that she honed her trial practices skills. 

Attorney Jackson has been practicing law for over 12 years and has been at the forefront of many highly publicized cases over the last decade. She has appeared as a legal analyst and legal expert on a plethora of local and national news networks including: CNN, MSNBC, FOX, Nancy Grace, Jane-Velez Mitchell, Piers Morgan, Dr. Drew, Good Morning America, and The Today Show.

Attorney Jackson is the founder of The Women’s Trial Group (a personal injury law firm representing women and families who have been harmed or killed by the negligence of others) and LegalAdvicePerMinute.com (a cloud-based telecommunications company which offers lawyers "pay per minute" telephone lines). She has received many accolades for her legal working; including being named a 2012 & 2013 Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine and being invited to join the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum after Attorney Jackson obtained a eight-figure settlement for one of her clients.  

Attorney Jackson has worked as an Adjunct Professor at FAMU School of Law where she taught Negotiations and Trial Practice. She is also a certified Life Coach.