James (Jay) Sadd
Firm: Slappey & Sadd, LLC
Address: 352 Sandy Springs Circle
Atlanta, GA 30328
University: East Tennessee State University, B.B.A., 1984, Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, J.D., 1987
Admitted: 1987, Georgia; 1988, West Virginia
Biography: James (Jay) Sadd is a lawyer and partner of the firm Slappey & Sadd, LLC, Atlanta, Georgia. With his law partner, Scott Slappey, Jay formed Slappey & Sadd, LLC in 1992 to represent families, workers, and consumers who have been critically injured or lost a loved one because of the negligence or willful conduct of others. Slappey & Sadd, LLC represent people who have been seriously injured or disabled by car accidents, defective products, defective premises, and other acts of negligence. Jay practices in every court of Georgia, including the Georgia Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and all Georgia Superior and State Courts. Jay is also admitted to the Federal Bar, and practices in the United States District Courts of Georgia and the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. He is also licensed to practice in West Virginia, where he was born and raised. Jay represents his clients from the settlement negotiation stage to trial to the appeal of a case, if necessary. Jay has received the Georgia Law-Related Education Consortium Award for outstanding service to the Consortium and the children of Georgia Certificate of Commendation from The West Virginia State Bar and The Pro Bono Referral Project for service to individual needy citizens of West Virginia. He is also a member of the East Tennessee State University Letter Winner's Club. In addition to membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which is limited to trial lawyers who have achieved verdicts, awards or settlements in the amount of one million dollars or more, Jay has been lead counsel in cases in which his client has been awarded or recovered $10,250,000; $7,000,000; $5,600,000; $3,450,00; $2,600,000; $2,250,000; $2,100,000; $1,700,000; $1,600,000; $1,200,000; $1,000,000 and numerous other significant awards for compensation for losses suffered due to other's wrongdoing and/or negligence.