Rachel Hudgins’ practice focuses on providing insurance coverage advice and representing insurers in litigation. She has experience with a variety of insurance coverage issues, including the defense of bad faith and breach of contract actions against insurers in both first-party and third-party claims, as well as pursuing declaratory judgment actions. Rachel graduated with honors from University of Georgia School of Law, where she practiced with the Western Circuit Public Defender’s Office and served as a certified mediator in Athens-Clarke County Magistrate Court.
Obtained dismissal of constitutional and conspiracy claims in federal court brought against a homeowners’ association that was seeking to protect a National Historic District.
Argued successful motions for summary judgment in premises liability actions.
Negotiated and drafted an employment contract for a major league baseball television and radio personality, including negotiation of the amicable early termination of prior employment contract with an international sports television network.
Presented at national conferences on ride-sharing coverage gaps, fraud in the sharing or “gig” economy, and litigating complex bodily injury cases.
State Bar of Georgia