Chad K. Adams
Georgia Medical Malpractice Attorney
Chad Adams is a trial lawyer exclusively representing victims of serious medical negligence. He has recovered tens of millions of dollars for the firm’s clients through settlements and verdicts, including a record-breaking $10,000,000 jury verdict in Jefferson County, Ga. — a rural Georgia venue with no history of any substantial jury awards.
Chad has litigated virtually every type of medical negligence, including numerous large recoveries in infectious disease cases — a medical malpractice subspeciality for which Chad has earned a reputation nationally. In the past 12 months, Chad has obtained seven-figure recoveries in infection-related cases in four states.
Prior to founding Davis Adams, Chad was a litigator at Alston & Bird, LLP, and served as a contributor to the Georgia Appellate Practice Handbook.
Chad received his J.D., cum laude, in 2004 from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where he was twice a member of the National Moot Court Team and received numerous academic awards, including induction into the Order of the Barristers. During law school, Chad won the College of Law’s Advocates Prize competition twice, earning the award for Best Brief and Best Oralist. In addition to his J.D., Chad holds an M.M. from the University of Southern Mississippi and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Mississippi.
In addition to his law practice, Chad previously served as co-chair of Service Juris, which brings legal professionals together to complete a yearly service project in the Atlanta area. Chad has also assisted Hands on Atlanta in its work around Atlanta. He’s a husband and the father of four daughters.
Chad is a member of the Georgia, Atlanta, and DeKalb Bar Associations. He and his family are actively involved at Christ the King Cathedral. In addition, Chad is an avid triathlete and CrossFitter. He has completed two half-ironman triathlons, four marathons, and countless other shorter-distance races. He holds the Level 1 and Endurance CrossFit certification.