Pamela S. Webb


  • Office Contact Info
  • Biography

    Pamela Webb is a Partner in the firm's Nashville office. Pamela began her practice in 2001 working as litigation counsel in Georgia for one of the largest property and casualty insurers in the United States, which allowed her to gain considerable experience handling bench and jury trials from jury selection and opening statement to verdict early in her career. She also handled coverage issues, examinations under oath, and first party litigation. She then moved her practice to an insurance defense firm in Atlanta, defending catastrophic injury and large-scale property damage cases stemming from construction site and trucking/transportation accidents.

    In 2014, she returned to her home state of Tennessee to continue her work representing insurers and their policyholders in actions arising out of motor vehicle and interstate transportation accidents as well as those involving premises liability, religious institution liability, healthcare liability, and coverage and unfair settlement practice allegations.

    In 2019, Pamela returned to private practice to help a national defense firm open the Nashville branch of its firm, and continued to defend individuals, private businesses, insurers, non-profit agencies, and religious institutions against claims of negligence, fraud, and breach of contract. She also has pursued recovery on behalf of insurers through subrogation, contribution and indemnity, and declaratory judgment actions. She joined GRSM in September 2020 and continues to focus her practice on the defense of negligence, breach of contract, and employer/employee liability actions.

    Over the course of her practice, Pamela has pursued and routinely obtained favorable settlements, judgments and verdicts through mediation, dispositive motions, bench and jury trials, and the appellate process for her clients.


    • Georgia
    • Tennessee
    • Kentucky
    • Pennsylvania
    • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
    • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
    • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Tennessee
    • U.S. District Court, Western District of Tennessee
    • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee (Pending)
    • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit


    • Tennessee Bar Association
    • Kentucky Bar Association
    • Georgia Bar Association
    • Pennsylvania Bar Association
    • Williamson County Bar Association

    Community Involvement

    Pamela is a member of the Oasis Life Group at Brentwood Baptist Church, serves the community through various projects as a participant in the “Oasis Gives Back” program, and is a supporter of the Modest Needs Foundation. She has served as a Mock Trial Evaluator for the Williamson County Bar Association Mock Trial Competition, is a supporter of the City of Brentwood Public Library and has provided pro bono legal services through the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers’ Foundation. She is a supporter of the American Red Cross and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation/Komen for the Cure and has participated in and completed the Avon 3-Day Walk for Breast Cancer.

  • Practice Areas
  • Representative Experience
    • Hall v. Pilot Air Freight Corp., et al., Georgia Court of Appeals: Argued case and obtained Order affirming summary judgment in wrongful death case involving trucking accident in Fulton County, Georgia. Order was appealed to the Supreme Court of Georgia, which denied certiorari.
    • Capps v. Church of God International, et al., Georgia Court of Appeals: Obtained Order in the Georgia Court of Appeals affirming summary judgment on behalf of Church of God International regarding negligence issue stemming from church hayride accident resulting in substantial injury to multiple passengers.
    • GuideOne Mut. Ins. Co. v. Daniel, et al., United States District Court, Middle District of Georgia, Valdosta Division: Obtained summary judgment for insurer in declaratory judgment action based on application of “volunteer services” endorsement to catastrophic injury motor vehicle accident case against FBC based on whether pastor’s wife was acting on behalf of church at time of accident.
    • Hauck v. King, State Court of DeKalb County, Georgia: Obtained defense verdict in admitted negligence rear-end motor vehicle accident resulting in herniated disk injury to the plaintiff with resulting surgery.
  • Publications & Presentations


    • The Unsettling Fax about Coverage Claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, The Brief magazine, American Bar Association (2006) (Michael Rust and Pamela Webb).


    • Diversity In the Practice of Law, Tennessee Bar Association, 2019 Diversity Leadership Institute Retreat
    • Update on Legal Developments Regarding Common Insurance Coverage Questions, GuideOne Insurance Claims Section Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2016
    • Key Components of Unfair Claims Settlement Practices in Tennessee and Kentucky, GuideOne Insurance Claims Section Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014
    • Issues in Navigating the Appraisal Clause Process in Property Damage Claims, GuideOne Insurance Property Claims Section Meeting (Virtual), Chicago, IL, 2014
  • Education


    J.D., Georgia State University College of Law, 2001

    B.A., English Literature, Auburn University, 1989


    AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory