The Tennessee Association for Justice (TAJ) recently elected Morgan Adams to its Board of Governors. Elections were held at the TAJ annual convention in Murfreesboro on June 25. The mission of the TAJ is to uphold and defend the United States Constitution, promote the administration of justice for the public good, and to advance the cause of those who are damaged in person or property and who must seek redress therefore.
At the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) 2010 Annual Convention, Morgan Adams also received the Wiedemann Wysocki Award for his commitment to his profession and support for improving the civil justice system. AAJ is the largest organization of trial lawyers in the United States, with over 60,000 members and protects the rights of individuals injured by negligence. The mission of the AAJ is to promote a fair and effective justice system and to support and protect the 7th Amendment of the United States Constitution. Mr. Adams also presented a seminar on upcoming changes to the trucking industry and the impact the changes will have for those injured in tractor-trailer and bus accidents.
Morgan Adams practices law in Chattanooga and has been repeatedly named a Mid-South SuperLawyer for personal injury litigation. Mid-South SuperLawyers are limited to the top 5% of lawyers in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Mr. Adams limits his practice to representing those injured by the negligence of tractor-trailers and other catastrophic injury and death cases caused by negligence.