Leader In Truck Accident Litigation
Mr. Adams received his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law in 1989 and joined the prestigious law firm of Hatfield, VanCleave, Akers & Adams as a litigation partner after leaving active military duty. He founded Seattle Truck Law in 1997 and has since established himself as a legal leader in the area of large truck and bus crash litigation; he has lectured and written frequently on this topic throughout the nation for the benefit of other attorneys. He practices today with a sole focus on personal injury cases that involve large vehicles like tractor-trailers, buses, logging trucks, dump trucks, and others.
Since leaving Marine Corps active duty in 1994, Mr. Adams has maintained his commitment to our armed forces by providing pro bono representation for one or more veterans every year. He credits his military service for instilling the work ethic and values that guide him daily as an attorney and advocate for injury victims.
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- Georgia State University College of Law — J.D., 1989
- Bowdoin College — B.A., Government and International Affairs, 1985
- Litigation Partner — Hatfield, VanCleave, Akers & Adams (1995-1997)
- Lieutenant Colonel — United States Marine Corps Reserve (1985-2006)
- American Association for Justice, Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group — Vice-Chair (2017-present) Board Member (2011-present) and Treasurer (2015-2016)
- Southern Trial Lawyers Association — Board of Governors (2010-present)
- The Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys — Board Member (2015-present)
- American Association for Justice — Board of Governors (2009-2011)
- AAJ Interstate Trucking Litigation Group — Chairman (2009-2010)
- Chattanooga Trial Lawyers Association — President (2002-2003)
- State Bar of Georgia — Member (1989-present)
- Tennessee Bar Association — Member (1989-present)
- TOAS Injury Lawyers — Member
Additional Awards and Recognition
- Top 100 Super Lawyer, Tennessee – The National Trial Lawyers (2017)
- Board Certified in Civil Trial Advocacy — National Board of Trial Advocacy (2014)
- Top 100 Trial Lawyer, Tennessee — The National Trial Lawyers (2011)
- LawDragon 500 National Finalist (2010-2011)
- Top 100 Plaintiff Lawyer — The American Trial Lawyers Association (2008-2010)
- Wiedemann & Wysocki Award — American Association for Justice (2010)
- MidSouth Super Lawyer for Personal Injury (Trucking) — Super Lawyers (2008-2009)
- Lifetime Achievement Award — American Association for Justice Trucking Litigation Group (2012 — first and only recipient to date)
- National Board of Trial Advocacy — Truck Accident Law*
*The Supreme Court of Washington does not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law and a certificate, award, or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in the state of Washington.
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If you’ve been injured in a trucking accident, please call our office at (866) 580-4878 or fill out our online form to set up a free consultation with our attorneys today. We offer free initial consultations and contingent fee billing, which means that you will not have to pay any fees or expenses unless and until we make a recovery on your behalf.
Remember that time is of the essence in a personal injury case and the sooner you contact our attorneys, the greater advantage we will have in gathering evidence, investigating your claim, and advocating on your behalf.
About Seattle Truck Law, PLLC
Seattle Truck Law is a personal injury law firm that fights for clients who have been hurt in collisions with large trucks and buses. We also represent the families of victims who have lost their lives in these deadly wrecks. The firm serves clients in areas throughout Washington state, including Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, and more. We also handle cases nationwide by working with the best local counsel.
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The Supreme Courts of some states, including Washington, do not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law. The certificate, award, or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in Washington or those states. Read more on our disclaimers page.