Sharon Mercer joined the Kevin Patrick Law firm in March of 2020. She lives in Douglasville, Georgia.
Sharon Mercer is the Personal Injury Paralegal and Firm Administrator at Kevin Patrick Law. As the firm administrator, Sharon is responsible for day to day firm operations, Human Resources, client communication, and managing the firm’s administrative staff. She is also responsible for handling the firm’s personal injury cases. Sharon implemented an electronic case management program and implemented the program within the firm to ensure a more organized and thorough case management program.
She brings over 25 years of experience working on large television firms as well as smaller firms. She has a broad range of knowledge in this area and has even taught new associates and paralegals the “ins” and “outs” of personal injury.
Sharon comes from a military background and spent many years overseas working with the finance department of the Army. She studied business management and finance in Germany and received an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies.
Sharon is an 8 year breast cancer survivor, which has enabled her to have the compassion and empathy for people that have suffered through a difficult time in their lives.
Sharon is Passionate and committed to personal injury and helping clients in every aspect of their case and needs. Sharon has dedicated her career to managing personal injury law firms, as well as managing personal injury cases.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, her daughter, who attends Kennesaw State University, and her dog, Charlie. She enjoys going for walks and relaxing in the North Georgia Mountains or the Beach when she can. She is actively involved with the Church of Chapel Hill in Douglasville, Georgia. She volunteers for many community events, such as Operation Christmas, Hope for the Holidays, the church food bank, Operation Israel, the Pregnancy Resource Center, and other community events through her church. Her passion is helping people and giving back to others who have fallen on hard times.