Cody uses his background in communications, public service, and a reformed defense attorney to benefit his clients in actions ranging from motor vehicle accidents to complex medical malpractice actions. Cody is admitted to practice law in both Georgia and Alabama and is driven by the opportunity to help those who have been injured and need assistance negotiating and fighting for the best possible recovery.
Cody’s practice as an attorney began at the defense firm Huff, Powell & Bailey, LLC where he represented hospitals, doctors, and nurses in medical malpractice and negligence actions. While working as an associate attorney at Huff, Powell & Bailey, Cody represented many of the largest hospital systems in Georgia. After spending three years on the defense side of these actions, Cody decided to follow his passion and use his knowledge and experience to be a better advocate for injured individuals.
Born and raised in Gwinnett County, Georgia, Cody obtained his undergraduate degree from Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia, in Political Science and Government with an emphasis in International Relations. He also served as President of both the Student Body and Student Government Association, and a Student Ambassador. In recognition of his efforts to better the Georgia College community, Cody was named the 2013 Georgia College Transformational Leader, named to Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities, and inducted into membership of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honors Society.
Cody attended Georgia State University College of Law, where he graduated cum laude. While in law school, Cody worked at two law firms specializing in civil litigation. In addition, he served as the Deputy Director of Communications for the Democratic Leader of the Georgia State Senate and clerked for Judge Goger of the Fulton County Superior Court.
When he is not practicing law, Cody enjoys spending time with his wife, Morgan, and basset hound, Ellie. Cody is a proud Eagle Scout who enjoys playing the drums, reading, and woodworking.
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