The American Association for Justice is the worlds largest organization of lawyers representing the injured in America. At their recent meeting in San Francisco, I was elected chair of the Interstate Trucking Litigation Group. This group is responsible for pushing for safety issues (those acts that can be taken by trucking companies to prevent wrecks) and for justice issues (dealing with the aftermath of a truck wreck). As part of that mission the ITLG is responsible for educating the 10’s of thousand lawyer members of AAJ on the proper handling of a tractor trailer cases.

I would like to thank the other officers for their hard work to date, and the work they will be doing. The officers for the 2009-2010 year are:

Chair: Morgan Adams – Tennessee

Chair Elect: Dr. Brad Bradshaw – Missouri

Secretary: Daniel Munley – Pennsylvania

Treasurer: Daniel Buba – Indiana

as well as to:

Special Projects: Robert Collins – Texas

Newsletter: Larry Simon – New Jersey

 

The Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Morgan Adams concentrate in protecting the rights of those who were seriously injured or lost a loved one in an accident with a commercial truck or bus. Our lawyers are based in Tennessee, but serve clients throughout the nation. If you or someone you love has been seriously hurt by a careless driver, don’t sign anything the trucking company gives you — contact us as soon as possible at 800-580-4878 or by email to learn more at a free, confidential consultation.

 Morgan Adams is a trial attorney licensed in Tennessee and Georgia. He is listed as a "2008 Mid-South SuperLawyer" (Limited to the top 5% of the lawyers in Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas), is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum (limited to lawyers who have recovered 1 million dollars or more for their clients), and is the Chair of the American Association of Justice’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group. He has served as chair of the Tennessee Association of Justice’s Trucking Litigation seminars since 2004, and is a frequent speaker at national legal education programs, training lawyers to properly handle injury cases involving commercial trucks.