Overview of our Firm
The law firm of ADAM FERRELL, P.C. provides aggressive, high-quality, and professional representation to its clients in various litigation matters. The firm primarily focuses on representing clients in personal injury and wrongful death, family law, and criminal law matters. However, we also represent clients in other areas such as business and corporate law, wills, probate, and estate matters, and general trial practice.
We understand that clients depend upon their attorney to obtain the most successful outcome in their particular case. No two cases are alike, and every client's needs are different. By focusing on our client's needs and employing a combination of hard work, experience, legal expertise, and thorough preparation, our firm has been able to provide clients with the outcomes that they expect and deserve.
We have represented clients in local, state, and federal courts from many areas across Southeast Georgia, including Waycross and Ware County, Blackshear and Pierce County, Douglas and Coffee County, Alma and Bacon County, Folkston and Charlton County, and Nahunta and Brantley County.
Occasionally, someone who has been injured in a car wreck or in some other manner because of a third-party’s negligence will ask me whether they “need” an attorney to resolve their legal claims for personal injury. My general response is that whether they decide to hire an attorney is eventually their decision, but that there… Read More
I recently came across a very well-written article that highlights some of the many technological innovations that have occurred in the practice of law over the past 100 years. I thought it was very interesting to see how things have changed. While most of the changes have been for the better, some might argue that others have… Read More
Attorney Adam Ferrell was recently elected and took the oath of office as the Solicitor General for the State Court of Pierce County, Georgia. The Solicitor General of Pierce County is a part-time elected position. The primary responsibility of the Solicitor General is to investigate, charge, and prosecute misdemeanor violations of Georgia law and county ordinances that… Read More
Effective January 1, 2009, Georgia law changed with respect to UM coverage in a way that I believe was beneficial to Georgia drivers. Under the new law, Georgia drivers have three options for UM coverage: (1) “added-on” or “stacking” UM coverage; (2) “reduced by” or “non-stacking” UM coverage; or (3) no UM coverage at all…. Read More
The National Institute of Justice highlighted a recent study entitled, “Predicting Erroneous Convictions: A Social Science Approach to Miscarriages of Justice.“ The study compared criminal cases in which innocent defendants were wrongfully convicted (but later exonerated) with criminal cases in which innocent defendants were acquitted or had their charges dismissed prior to trial. The researchers attempted… Read More
Now that we are well into the New Year, many of us may have already “forgotten” some of the resolutions we made back in January! Many of us make resolutions to create, review, or update our wills during this time of year. If you or your family members do not already have a last will… Read More