- Associate Attorney
Hannah Lowe joined Trammell, Adkins & Ward as an Associate in September 2011. Her practice is focused primarily on representing insureds and insurance companies in a wide variety of litigation, including defense litigation involving automobile accidents, homeowners’ claims, fire and casualty, premises liability, general liability, and insurance coverage and bad faith litigation. She appears regularly in the Tennessee Circuit, Chancery, General Sessions, and federal courts, and she has represented clients in the appellate courts of the State of Tennessee. She regularly represents clients in mediation and judicial settlement conferences. Prior to joining TAW, Hannah served as a judicial law clerk for Chancellor Walter L. Evans in Memphis, Tennessee.
Hannah is a member of the Tennessee, Kentucky and Knoxville Bar Associations. She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law program Class of 2018. She currently serves as a Board Member of the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association (TDLA). In 2015 she was awarded the “Outstanding Young Lawyer Award” by the TDLA, and since then served as a chair of the Young Lawyers Section for several years, assisting with CLE programming focused on engaging and educating young lawyers. Hannah has contributed articles addressing recent updates in Tennessee law for the Knoxville Bar Association’s publication, DICTA, and for the TDLA publication, The Journal. She is also active in the Defense Research Institute (DRI), and is currently serving a three year term as the DRI State Membership Chair for Tennessee.
Originally from the United Kingdom, Hannah obtained her Bachelors of Arts in English (honors) from the University of Exeter in 2001. She immigrated to the Knoxville area in 2003, and now considers East Tennessee her home. In her spare time, Hannah enjoys hiking in the Smoky Mountains, running on Knoxville’s greenways, and sharing a glass of wine with her friends in her book club. She is also a volunteer tutor with Friends of Literacy of East Tennessee, and works one-on-one with a student who is working toward obtaining her GED/HISET.
Areas Of Practice
- Litigation (Jury and Non-Jury) in State and Federal Courts in Tennessee and Kentucky
- Insurance Law and Insurance Defense
- Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith
- Tort and Personal Injury
- Products Liability
- Professional Liability
- Commercial and Business Litigation (Jury and Non-Jury)
- Construction Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Tennessee, 2010
- Kentucky, 2016
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Tennessee, 2012
- U.S. District Court Western District of Tennessee, 2012