Charles “Clay” L. Clifton, III, practices in the firm’s worker’s compensation practice, where he frequently represents insurance adjusters and manufacturers. He works with clients to resolve claims effectively and efficiently, maximizing the best possible outcomes for the legal and financial success of their businesses.

Clay has an extensive understanding of Articles 3 and 4 of the Uniform Commercial Code, which relate to check and promissory note liability, respectively. He leverages his knowledge to help clients save money and avoid legal entanglement by educating clients as to cost-effective solutions, which limit their liability when using the checking system. Such solutions enable clients to limit the financial risks associated with check fraud and double-payment obligations. His capabilities and understanding of these rules facilitate the distinct advantage of limiting checking-related claim exposure.

Clay is always accessible to clients, highly approachable and has a knack for helping clients feel at ease with the complexities of workers’ compensation matters. He encourages robust conversations to assess client needs, evaluating the best solutions and strategies to produce cost-saving results and reduce risk exposure.


  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Sales (2017) & Leases and Wills & Trusts (2017)


  • State Bar of Georgia


Outside of the office, Clay enjoys an active lifestyle, including golfing and running. Clay is fluent in Spanish and has done pro bono legal work assisting Spanish-speaking clients.


Bar Admittances

  • Georgia


University of Richmond School of Law (J.D., 2018)

University of Georgia (B.A., 2015)


  • Spanish
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