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F. Braxton Terry

About F. Terry

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For more than a decade now, F. Braxton "Brack" Terry has represented the people of the East Tennessee area. Clients have turned to Brack when they or their loved ones were dealing with serious injury or death resulting from the negligence of others.


Brack practices in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, birth injury, products liability, workers' compensation, and tractor trailer accidents. Brack was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in 1996 and was, in that same year, admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. In 2001 he was admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Brack, who was born in Morristown, Tennessee on February 19, 1970 and grew up in Bulls Gap, Tennessee, attended Walters State Community College in 1990, after graduating from Cherokee High School in Rogersville, Tennessee. He later received his B.S. at Carson-Newman College in 1992. Brack earned his Doctor Jurisprudence degree at the Nashville School of Law in 1996. Brack continues to be involved at both of his alma maters, serving as a member of the Walters State Community College Foundation Board of Directors. He was recently named Distinguished Young Alumnus for 2006-07 by the Division of Business at Carson Newman College.


Brack's involvement with professional organizations includes:

  • The American Association for Justice, formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers

      of America

  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Distinguished as an "Advocate" by the American Association for Justice
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Northeast Tennessee Federal Bar Association Board of Directors
  • Named a rising star by "Super Lawyers" (limited to 2.5% of lawyers in
          the State)
  • Member of the multi-million dollar advocates forum


Locally, Brack has served as:

  • President of Ridin High, a therapeutic horse riding organization dedicated to
         helping disabled individuals.
  • Chair of the Administrative Council for Trinity United Methodist Church
  • Secretary, Vice President, President of the Walters State Community College


Brack lives in Greene County, Tennessee with his wife, Jana Durham-Terry, who is also an attorney and a member of the adjunct faculty at Walters State Community College. They have two sons, John Robert, who was born in 2003, and Alex, who was born in 2007.

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