J. Christopher Klotz – Mobile Motorcycle Accident Attorney
After some years supporting riders across the State of Alabama professionally as a Mobile Motorcycle Accident Attorney Chris became one of the founding members of the National Academy of Motorcycle Injury Lawyers (NAMIL), and its 2019 President, Chris himself is an avid Biker! Chris both represents motorcyclists and is the proud owner of an ’08 Harley Fat Bob. Chris believes today and has always believed that motorcyclists deserve to have access to a tenacious lawyer that is ready, willing, and proven able to challenge adversaries that often appear or behave far more powerful than the clients he has represented.
Chris was brought up as part of a military family, which means that he and his family moved around every two or three years. That moving around and being in new surroundings, making new friends repeatedly had a powerful influence on who he has become as a man today. Chris had to be able to quickly connect with others in order to make friends and get to know people. A benefit to his life and career today was how that experience honed Chris’s ability to perceive and interpret his new surroundings and how to understand the multiple new dynamics of people around him. Chris has, as a result, become a strong active listener. His decision to major in psychology as his undergraduate degree certainly brings added value to him as a Mobile Motorcycle Accident Attorney.
Chris comes from a family with a passion for restoring historic homes and today his family live’s in a historic home built in 1860. From a very young age Chris learnt how to pitch in when it came to painting, cutting lumber, hammering in some nails and general building of things, these were his chores from a very young age and those skills learnt have become his pastime now as a restorer and furniture builder.
Chris takes his passion, focus, and listening skills into his work as an attorney. He is one of men that carry concern for his clients and maintains a focus on their cases finding ways that he can better guide and support them when legal challenges arise for them. He carries much gratitude to each of his clients for the opportunities to serve and learn from them.
Chris is a Cub Scout Den Leader when he is not supporting the Federal Re-Entry program as a mentor. He is a long standing Rotary Club member and High School Mock Trial Judge.