Tracy A. Gilmore practices in the firm’s litigation section handling premises liability, insurance coverage, automobile liability and wrongful death matters. Ms. Gilmore has handled over 50 jury trials in state court representing individuals and businesses in general civil and criminal litigation matters including personal injury, product liability, commercial litigation and domestic matters. During her time as a Deputy State’s Attorney in Maryland, she was actively involved in legislative matters concerning children and victims’ rights. She has handled white collar investigations on behalf of the government as a prosecutor and individuals while in private practice.
Prior to joining Swift Currie, Ms. Gilmore worked for a major insurance company managing complex casualty claims under commercial, homeowners, boat, auto, personal and commercial liability umbrella policies. She is actively working on her Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters Designation having completed all but one class.
Ms. Gilmore received a B.A., in Political Economics from Sweet Briar College in Virginia in 1986 and received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School in 1989. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Maryland State Bar Association.
addition to practicing law, Ms. Gilmore is the mother of two girls. She enjoys
watching them play lacrosse and basketball. She serves as an assistant lacrosse
coach for Pinecrest Academy’s high
school varsity lacrosse team. As a former
lacrosse player and certified coach, she is active in the lacrosse community
serving on a recruiting committee for a local recreational lacrosse league and
is dedicated to helping the sport grow in the South. She is active in her children’s other extra curricular activities including
musical and theatrical performances, church and
assisting with their community service projects. She participates as a
speaker at Pinecrest Academy’s career day. She serves as a mentor for high
school students and is a Mock Trial Coach for Pinecrest Academy. She
also serves as President of her homeowner’s association.