Hannah S. Lowe
Associate – Atlanta
Hannah S. Lowe is an insurance coverage and defense attorney with over a decade of legal experience. Her insurance coverage practice focuses on commercial general liability, property, and motor carrier policies, as well as commercial litigation. Throughout her career, she has conducted insurance coverage investigations and advised insurance companies on claims handling and claims denials. Hannah has pursued declaratory actions for clients and is experienced in drafting motions and pleadings in state and federal trial courts.
Prior to joining Fields Howell in 2021, Hannah worked as a senior associate at an insurance coverage and defense firm in Tennessee. In that role, she appeared in the Circuit Courts of Tennessee and Kentucky for jury and bench trials, motion hearings, settlement approvals, and more. Additionally, she drafted appellate briefs for the Tennessee Court of Appeals and Tennessee Supreme Court, and she appeared before the Tennessee Court of Appeals for oral arguments.
Hannah began her legal career as a judicial clerk for The Honorable Walter L. Evans, Chancellor in the Shelby County Chancery Court. In her final semester of law school, she served as a judicial extern for The Honorable C. Clifford Shirley & H. Bruce Guyton, both United States Magistrate Judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.
Hannah is a 2010 graduate from the University of Tennessee College of Law. A native of the UK, she graduated from the University of Exeter with a degree in English Studies.
- University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D., 2010
- University of Exeter, B.A., 2001
Presentations and Publications
Cover Article: The Tennessee Covid-19 Recovery Act Provides Board Liability Protections for Businesses, Healthcare Providers, Schools, Nursing Homes, and Other Individuals for Claims Arising from Covid-19 Related Losses and Injuries, Dicta, Knoxville Bar Association monthly publication (November 2020)
Cover Article: McClay v. Airport Management Services, LLC: The Tennessee Supreme Court Upholds the Constitutionality of Tenneesee’s Statuatory Caps on Noneconomic Damages, Dicta, Knoxville Bar Assocation monthly publication (April 2020)
Cover Article: Dedmon v. Steelman: The Tennessee Supreme Court Holds the Rationale of West v. Shelby County Healthcare Corp. Does Not Apply to Personal Injury Litigation, Dicta, Knoxville Bar Association monthly publication (January 2018)
Legal Update: Jones v. Windham: The Tennessee Court of Appeals Declines to Adopt the “Preemption Rule” for an Employer’s Vicarious Liability for Negligence of its Employee, Dicta, Knoxville Bar Association monthly publication (June 2016)
“Tips for Young Lawyers: Handling Clients in Insurance Defense Practice”, co-authored with Chris Frulla, The Journal, Tennessee Defense Laywers Association
State Bar of Tennessee
State Bar of Kentucky
Tennessee Supreme Court
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
Tennessee Court of Appeals
Tennessee Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Knoxville Bar Association
Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association
Defense Research Institute