Henry G. Garrard III

Products Liability Attorney Henry G. Garrard III

As a young man, Henry Garrard discovered that the verbal skills he had sharpened in his school’s “speaking contests” could go hand-in-hand with his desire to help people solve their problems. He was destined to become a lawyer,

The Washington, Georgia, native paid for his education by working and farming, earned both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia – graduating cum laude – and became a licensed Georgia attorney in 1971.

After serving as a Judge Advocate General, or JAG, in the U.S. Air Force from 1971-1975, Garrard has since used his advocacy skills to help those who have been injured by the negligent and inappropriate acts of individuals and companies.

A partner with Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C., Garrard currently focuses on representing women who have been hurt by defectively manufactured and marketed medical devices. He has demonstrated a keen ability to communicate with academic professionals and medical experts from the U.S., Canada, France and England and to develop scientific principles.

Garrard strongly believes that people who have been harmed by defective medical devices need to seek the assistance of an experienced lawyer.

“If they do not engage an attorney, there is a great likelihood that they will be disadvantaged by corporate America,” Garrard says.

When he isn’t practicing law, Garrard enjoys spending time with his family, including four children and four grandchildren, as well as “working on the land and helping to preserve what nature has created.”

Georgia Bar Admission

1971

Education

University of Georgia (B.B.A.,1968, cum laude; J.D., 1970, cum laude; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Blue Key Member, Editorial Board, Georgia Law Review)

Memberships

  • State Bar of Georgia;
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association;
  • Western Circuit Bar Association;
  • American Association for Justice;
  • Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers

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