Practice Groups

Education

  • B.S., University of Alabama, 2000, cum laude
  • J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 2003

Professional Memberships

  • Alabama State Bar
  • Tennessee State Bar
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Alabama Defense Lawyers Association

Admitted To Practice

  • All Alabama State Courts
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
  • All Tennessee State Courts

Amanda C. Hines

Associate

Contact

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Phone: 334-206-3224
Fax: 334-481-0841
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Mrs. Hines joined the firm as an associate in 2012. She has significant experience in virtually all areas of civil law, with her primary focus on healthcare and medical liability, professional liability, labor and employment law, and general civil defense litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Amanda also assisted numerous clients in a wide range of matters including all aspects of family law, real estate transactions, corporate law matters, and estate planning and probate matters.

Mrs. Hines received her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Alabama (B.S., 2000, cum laude; J.D. 2003). Prior to joining Rushton Stakely, she practiced with the firms of Thompson, Garrett & Hines, LLP (2004-2012) and Sirote & Permutt (2003-2004). She also worked as the Assistant District Attorney of Escambia County, Alabama and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Sharon Lovelace Blackburn.

Practice Highlights

Mrs. Hines’ practice focuses on defending physicians, nurses, long-term care facilities, and hospitals in complex medical malpractice lawsuits. She has recently been admitted to the Tennessee State Bar and will be expanding her practice into Tennessee.

With shareholder Tommy Keene, Mrs. Hines successfully tried and won a pediatric cardiology case in Mobile County, a venue known to be dangerous for such cases. The case involved a high degree of emotion and sympathy as it centered around the death of a three-month-old infant on Christmas Day.

Mrs. Hines also handles employment law cases from the EEOC level through trial and assists clients with general employment law matters that arise during normal day to day business operations. She recently obtained summary judgment in favor of a hospital against federal claims of racial discrimination and retaliation.

Honors and Awards

Mrs. Hines was selected for inclusion in Mid-South Super Lawyers 2017 as a Rising Star in the area Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Defense.

Community Involvement

Mrs. Hines currently serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors for Child Protect Child Advocacy Center that provides forensic interviews, counseling, and family advocacy services to the children in Montgomery County when there has been a report of alleged abuse.

Amanda and her husband, Jack, have two daughters and they attend First United Methodist Church in Montgomery.

Mrs. Hines joined the firm as an associate in 2012. She has significant experience in virtually all areas of civil law, with her primary focus on healthcare and medical liability, professional liability, labor and employment law, and general civil defense litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Amanda also assisted numerous clients in a wide range of matters including all aspects of family law, real estate transactions, corporate law matters, and estate planning and probate matters.

Mrs. Hines received her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Alabama (B.S., 2000, cum laude; J.D. 2003). Prior to joining Rushton Stakely, she practiced with the firms of Thompson, Garrett & Hines, LLP (2004-2012) and Sirote & Permutt (2003-2004). She also worked as the Assistant District Attorney of Escambia County, Alabama and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Sharon Lovelace Blackburn.

Practice Highlights

Mrs. Hines’ practice focuses on defending physicians, nurses, long-term care facilities, and hospitals in complex medical malpractice lawsuits. She has recently been admitted to the Tennessee State Bar and will be expanding her practice into Tennessee.

With shareholder Tommy Keene, Mrs. Hines successfully tried and won a pediatric cardiology case in Mobile County, a venue known to be dangerous for such cases. The case involved a high degree of emotion and sympathy as it centered around the death of a three-month-old infant on Christmas Day.

Mrs. Hines also handles employment law cases from the EEOC level through trial and assists clients with general employment law matters that arise during normal day to day business operations. She recently obtained summary judgment in favor of a hospital against federal claims of racial discrimination and retaliation.

Honors and Awards

Mrs. Hines was selected for inclusion in Mid-South Super Lawyers 2017 as a Rising Star in the area Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Defense.

Community Involvement

Mrs. Hines currently serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors for Child Protect Child Advocacy Center that provides forensic interviews, counseling, and family advocacy services to the children in Montgomery County when there has been a report of alleged abuse.

Amanda and her husband, Jack, have two daughters and they attend First United Methodist Church in Montgomery.

  • B.S., University of Alabama, 2000, cum laude
  • J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 2003
  • Alabama State Bar
  • Tennessee State Bar
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Alabama Defense Lawyers Association
  • All Alabama State Courts
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
  • All Tennessee State Courts