Tracy A. Gilmore practices in the areas of automobile litigation, insurance coverage and property insurance and is most active in premises liability and sexual abuse/assault matters.
Multinational insurance corporations are among her prominent clients, and some of her most recent cases involved premises liability, a trucking accident, a construction defect, mold litigation defense, landlord-tenant disputes and contract litigation.
Tracy’s litigation experience and insurance claims background uniquely positions her to understand how to best approach a case and the preparation required for successful litigation or resolution. Those experiences highlight the urgency of expediting prompt reporting and comprehensive advice and guidance, the processes that instruct claims’ committees in properly evaluating and setting reserves in a timely manner.
Tracy formerly served as the deputy state’s attorney in Carroll County, Maryland. In that role, she handled investigations before grand juries for more than 15 years; lobbied local, state and federal officials for victims’ rights and laws spherically addressing children and supervised and managed numerous prosecution and investigative teams, including violent crimes, gang, narcotics, domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault units. She also served on numerous state and local commissions and task forces.
With nearly 30 years practicing law and handling high profile cases as the first chair, Tracy manages her practice through the lens of a diverse portfolio of experiences as prosecutor and litigator. In every matter, she puts great emphasis on personal relationships, building trust and developing client confidence that leads to successful resolutions.
- State Bar of Georgia
- Maryland State Bar Association
Tracy is active in her community in many ways, including serving as an assistant coach for a local high school varsity lacrosse team – a sport she previously played and became certified to coach. She serves on a recruiting committee for a local recreational lacrosse league and is dedicated to helping the sport grow in the South. Tracy is also a mother of two girls and enjoys being involved in their extracurricular activities.
Tracy has handled upwards of 75 jury trials. She routinely handles claims valued in excess of $5 million and has defended exposures in excess of $6 million dollars.