After graduating with honors from Belmont University College of Law, Nashville personal injury attorney Christopher Smith joined David Randolph Smith & Associates to assist in the firm’s personal injury practice, an area where he could help bring a measure of justice to injured people and grieving families. Before law school, Chris attended Kenyon College, where he graduated magna cum laude.
As a personal injury attorney in Nashville, Christopher Smith handles Title IX lawsuits, Nashville civil rights lawsuits , and Tennessee wrongful death cases for the firm. He has also handled complex car wreck lawsuits in Tennessee involving serious injuries, especially post-concussive syndrome lawsuits and traumatic brain injury lawsuits.
Chris understands that many clients are facing a very difficult time in their lives and works to ensure that each of his clients is both well informed and well represented.
Prior to joining the firm, Chris served as a judicial law clerk for the United State’s Attorney Office for the Middle District of Tennessee, where he assisted on qui tam whistleblower lawsuits and Medicare fraud cases in Tennessee and the 6th Circuit. He also clerked in the Tennessee Claims Commission Middle Division, where he worked on civil litigation involving the State of Tennessee.
Chris is admitted to practice in the State of Tennessee and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. His work has been published in the Tennessee Bar Journal.
In his time away from the office, Chris enjoys playing guitar, traveling, and spending time with his wife, Virginia.