Amy Gonzalez was born in Tifton, Georgia, but grew up in Bainbridge, Georgia. Her mom is from El Abra, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, where she would visit during her childhood in the summer and over Christmas break.
Amy has always been willing to help others. Being bilingual, she would often translate English to many within the Hispanic community. This is where she first began serving others and found it satisfying to assist her family and friends bridge communication gaps. Additionally, Amy remembers hearing stories of people within her community being scammed due to language barriers, which motivated her to be resourceful and find solutions for her community.
Amy’s first experience with the Serious Injury Law Group was as a law clerk during her second year of law school. She discovered a love for personal injury law and started preparing to concentrate in this area of law. Amy connected with the firm and their passion for law and helping people with personal injury claims. She is honored to be a member of the team and work with a team of professional attorneys.
Gonzalez’s college career started at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia. She graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies, with a minor in Spanish, and took several Native American Studies courses. She later attended Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, also known as Faulkner Law. Gonzalez received her Mediation and Alternative Dispute resolution certificate while in law school. She has also served as a member of the following organizations: Faulkner Law Board of Advocates trial team member 2018-2019; Faulkner Law Dean Fellow 2018-2019; Faulkner Law Student Bar Senator 2017-2018; Black Law Student Association Member; Faulkner Law Women’s Legal Society member; member of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Amy also loves to travel and see new places. Additionally, she relaxes by cycling, reading, and sewing. Gonzalez’s favorite quote is from the great Michael Jordan, saying, “Don’t be afraid to fail. Be afraid to not try.”