Wright Law, PLC
840 Crescent Centre Drive, Suite 310
How I became a truck accident lawyer:
Having begun my legal career representing mega-inurance companies, I quickly realized many of these companies cared little about people, even if those people had suffered catastrophic, life-altering losses. That realization did not sit well with me. Things were made worse when an insurance company wanted me to find a way to avoid paying a mother for the loss of her unborn baby, when the loss of life was the company’s insured’s fault. Not paying the claim might save the company a few cents on their annual report to shareholders, but would prolong and exacerbate human suffering.
So, I decided to represent ordinary people instead of large companies, as a truck accident lawyer. The decision has resulted in me having life-long friendships with those whom I represented. I hope that I have brought positive change to the lives of those clients and that we, together, have and will continue to effect positive change, making the world a safer and more livable place.
Vanderbilt University Law School (J.D., 2002)
Tennessee Supreme Court
“Hidden Motor Carriers in the Supply Chain – The New Fraud,” AAJ, Interstate Trucking Litigation Journal (Winter/Spring 2018)
Rated 10/10 Superb for Top Truck Accident attorneys by avvo.com
American Association for Justice, Trucking Litigation Group Broker Committee (2018-present)
FEATURED SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Kentucky Justice Association, Trucking Seminar, “Tenacity Required—Get What You Need in Discovery in the Big Truck Case,” (2018)
Member of Brentwood Baptist Church and Committed LifeGroup
I love traveling with my wife and four children. I also enjoy driving my pick-up truck, dirt-biking with my son, reading, learning, visiting museums, and going to my daughters’ gymnastics and volleyball games. Me and my family are active members of Brentwood Baptist Church, and a LifeGroup, which meets most every Sunday.