Lewis, Thomason, King, Krieg & Waldrop, P.C.

Andrew Grams

Andrew Grams, special counsel in the Nashville office, joined the firm in 2017. Mr. Grams practices in the areas of commercial transportation, property and casualty insurance defense, and real estate litigation. Mr. Grams has practiced law in Tennessee since 1997 and has successfully handled numerous jury cases to verdict as lead counsel, along with bench trials, administrative hearings, and appeals. Mr. Grams’ prior experience has included representing clients in complex business matters, high exposure/large loss claims, wrongful death cases, a wide variety of commercial liability claims, land use cases, probate matters, and employment discrimination claims. Mr. Grams has also developed and taught training programs for both legal and non-legal professionals. He frequently speaks on topics ranging from trial practice to evidence to tort law. Mr. Grams is an active member of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashville. Mr. Grams serves on the constitutional review committee for the Mid-South District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, a position in which he has served since 2009.  He was recently elected to serve a six-year term on the Board of Directors for the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.


  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Tennessee Trucking Association
  • Transportation Logistics Council

Nashville Office

424 Church Street, Suite 2500
P.O. Box 198615
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
Telephone (615) 259-1366
FAX (615) 259-1389


University of Michigan, B.A., 1993

University of Detroit Mercy Law, J.D., 1996

Bar Admission

Tennessee, 1996

Tennessee Supreme Court, 1997

  • Insurance

    We have more than four decades of experience providing counsel and legal defense to insurance companies, self-insured clients, businesses and individuals. The firm has represented thousands of insured clients of leading insurance companies in a wide range of cases and has represented insurers in cases involving coverage disputes, policy interpretation,… [Read more]

    Personal Injury Litigation

    Our firm has an established history of successfully representing plaintiffs who have been injured through automobile accidents, defective products, on-the-job accidents and premises liability. From straightforward settlement negotiation to complex, multifaceted litigation, our attorneys have extensive experience and all of the necessary resources to protect our clients' interests in personal… [Read more]

    Professional Liability

    As a professional, your reputation means everything. We are sensitive to the fact that professional liability lawsuits and claims affect reputations, as well as personal finances, and we stand ready to aggressively protect your practice at both the trial and appellate levels. Representative clients include: Accountants Attorneys* Architects Contractors Directors of Corporations Engineers Financial Advisors Hospitals and Medical Facilities Insurance… [Read more]


    Common carrier cases present unique issues not always associated with motor vehicle accidents, so it is important that your defense counsel be well experienced in these types of cases. With a long history representing a wide range of clients, we have that experience. Our client base includes a large number… [Read more]

  • Evidence, Science, and the Law – Vehicle Collisions, Reconstruction Events and More – National Business Institute, 2019

    Personal Injury 101 – Medicare Liens – National Business Institute, 2014

    The Affordable Care Act – Impact on Liens and Subrogation, Ethical Considerations of Practicing under the PPACA – National Business Institute, 2014

    Storm Chaser Legislation – General Practice Bootcamp – Tennessee Bar Association, 2012

    Impact of Out of State Uninsured Motorist Policies on Tennessee Claims, Ethics Panel – Tennessee Bar Association, 2012

    Personal Injury 101 – Insurance Liens and Subrogation, Medical Records at Trial, and Presentation of Evidence at Trial – National Business Institute, 2011

    Personal Injury 101 – Insurance Liens and Subrogation, Medical Records in Case Law – National Business Institute, 2010