Tyler Pritchard is an associate in the firm's Columbus office where he concentrates his practice in the areas of Insurance Coverage, General Liability, Governmental Liability, Education and Employment. He earned his J.D. from Cumberland University of Law in Birmingham, Alabama and his undergraduate degree in History from the University of Alabama. During law school, Mr. Pritchard was on the Dean's list, a member of the Student Bar Associate, and a member of the American Journal of Trial advocacy
Prior to joining HBS, Tyler worked at Hatcher, Stubbs, Land Hollis and Rothschild, LLP as an associate. Born and raised in Columbus, Tyler enjoys golf, Alabama football and finding ways to entertain his English Springer Spaniel, Bishop.
Mr. Pritchard has experience in handling the legal issues presented to school districts in Georgia. His experience includes representation of the Muscogee County School District and other local School Districts in tort and employment claims as well as administrative matters.
Mr. Pritchard is experienced in assisting employers address and avoid employment disputes and labor issues. His practice has involved litigation of claims including discrimination, harassment and retaliation and torts such as negligent supervision and hiring, defamation, and wrongful discharge.
Mr. Pritchard has experience in multiple areas of general liability, including motor vehicle accident, premises liability insurance coverage, land lord tenant issues and various state tort claims.
Mr. Pritchard's experience in representing local governments of Georgia covers matters ranging from ordinance and code enforcement to contentious litigation. His work in governmental liability includes work on various matters for the City of Columbus as well as the Muscogee County School Board.
Mr. Pritchard has represented numerous insurance companies and their insureds in both first party and third party suits. His experience ranges from automobile coverage to commercial insurance coverage in areas including personal injury, bad faith and wrongful burial.