I grew up in Alpharetta, Georgia, where my parents still reside in our family home. I am a very competitive individual and grew up playing baseball. I attended Georgia Southern University, where I pitched on the baseball team at the Division I level. I also have a sister who competed at the NCAA level in soccer.
After three years of pitching, I turned my focus on academics to pursue a career as an attorney. I graduated from Georgia Southern University and immediately moved to Charleston, South Carolina to attend the Charleston School of Law. While waiting on bar exam results, I gained some negotiating experience selling cars at a local dealership. Once I got sworn in to practice law, I got a lot of immediate experience both in and outside the courtroom. I have represented individuals and businesses alike in a variety of practice areas including Family Law, DSS actions, Business Dissolution and Transactional disputes, Alcohol Licensing, Criminal Law, Landlord-Tenant disputes and even Real Estate. Ultimately, my favorite area of practice became personal injury. I love helping people get the recovery they deserve when someone else has caused them harm.
I previously represented a friend of mine and his wife in a car wreck. With the amount recovered, they were able to move their family into a new home where each child had their own bedroom! When they sent me pictures of the family after their closing in front of their new home, it was a wonderful reminder of why I love practicing in personal injury. We are afforded the unique opportunity to change people’s lives for the better.
At the end of the workday, I am blessed to come home to my beautiful wife, Amy and my son Everett. While not at work, I love to fish, play sports and hang out with friends. I have two rescue dogs, Sully and Huk. I also have a Leopard Gecko named Crash. I love adventure, having scuba dived for the first time with sharks in the Bahamas when I was 13 years old.