J.D. Degree; Emory University School of Law, 2005
B.S. Degree; Florida State University, 2002, with honors
Adam Grafton joined Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC in August of 2005 as an attorney in the workers' compensation department, representing insurers, self-insurers, employers and third party administrators across the state of Georgia. As a member of the Atlanta Claims Association and Atlanta Bar Association, Adam has been asked to serve as a featured speaker on workers' compensation for seminars across the Southeast. For three years, Adam has been named a Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Star, recognizing him as an up-and-coming attorney under the age of forty.
At no cost, Adam is available for in-house seminars on a variety of topics ranging from ethics (1 or 3 hours), litigation strategy, occupational disease, catastrophic claims, subrogation, and numerous other subjects. Each seminar is approved for CEU credit with the state of Georgia. For a complete list of topics or to schedule a seminar, please contact Adam at your convenience.
Adam Grafton graduated from the Honors Program at Florida State University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science and history. Following his undergraduate work, Adam attended the Emory University School of Law, where he graduated in 2005. While at Emory, Adam was a member of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal as well as the Student Bar Association, Distinguished Speaker Series, and Graduate Council. While in law school, Adam interned with the United States’ Attorneys Office, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Georgia, and Bovis, Kyle & Burch, LLC.
Adam was born in Mattoon, Illinois and grew up in Valrico, Florida. He currently lives in Chamblee with his wife Heather, who works as a Membership Services Representative for the Professional Association of Georgia Educators. Adam is an Eagle Scout and enjoys camping, hiking, and anything outdoors.
State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta Claims Association, Atlanta Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Section of the State Bar