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Since 1999, Attorney Chuck Clay has provided unparalleled services for those who have been wrongly injured. Whether a client has suffered a motor vehicle accident of any kind, a catastrophic injury, a premises liability related harm, a workplace accident, or negligent healthcare, Attorney Clay provides aggressive and relentless representation inside and outside of the courtroom. Over the years, he has acquired a variety of experience and has litigated in 25 states.


Prior to founding Chuck Clay & Associates, LLC, Attorney Clay worked as an equity partner in a preeminent defense firm. His employment in this position has allowed his to gain the necessary tools to identify core issues in even the most complex cases. Due to his wide range of experience, Attorney Clay has earned a countless number of wards and recognitions.


Before committed his life to practicing law, Attorney Clay attended Furman University where he graduated with honors. After completing his undergraduate coursework, he enrolled into the University of Georgia’s School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctorate. Since then, Attorney Clay has committed his life to pursuing justice for those who need a voice after they have sustained detrimental injuries.

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Practice areas

Licensed

  1. Personal Injury: 30%
  2. Motorcycle Accident: 10%
  3. Trucking Accident: 10%
  4. Car Accident: 10%
  5. Other: 40%
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Contact info

Chuck Clay & Associates, LLC

4401 Northside Parkway
Suite 520
Atlanta, GA, 30303-1730

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
GAActive Member in Good Standing 199907/15/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2015
Super LawyerSuperLawyers2015
Best Lawyer, Commercial Litigation & Personal InjuryBest Lawyers in America2014
Top Rated Lawyer in Mass TortsAmerican Lawyer Media2013
Best Lawyer, Commercial Litigation & Personal InjuryBest Lawyers in America2013
Top Rated Lawyer in Mass TortsAmerican Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell2013
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2013
Top 14 Lawyers under 40The Daily Report2012
Best Lawyer, Commercial Litigation & Personal InjuryBest Lawyers in America2012
Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2012
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2012
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2011
Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2009
AV Preeminent RatedMartindale-Hubbell2006
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerChuck Clay & Associates, LLC2013 - Present
Attorney GeneralWeinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn & Dial, LLC1999 - 2013
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Trucking SectionMember2015 - Present
American Association for JusticeMember2013 - Present
American Board of Trial AdvocatesMember2013 - Present
Atlanta Lawyers ClubMember2006 - Present
Atlanta Bar AssociationMember1999 - Present
State Bar of GeorgiaMember1999 - Present
United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh CircuitMember1999 - Present
Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
Trials and Tribulation Newsletter (DRI, Defense Research Institute)Enforceable Minors' Settlements: A Nationwide Survey2010
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Georgia School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1999
Furman UniversityBusiness AdministrationBA - Bachelor of Arts1996
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
SeminarDepositions: Tactics & Strategies2014
Annual ConventionTricks & Trends – Admissibility of Medical Records under the New Evidence Code2014
WebinarMitigating Corporate Risk for Distracted Driving Claims2013
Product Liability ConferenceIssues Surrounding Minors’ Settlements2010
Network of Trial Law FirmsHandling Catastrophic Loss Cases: How They Are Different2009