Gerald C. Wigger


Gerald “Jerry” Wigger is an experienced civil litigation attorney who focuses his practice on premises liability, personal injury, homeowner associations, homeowner association disputes and insurance defense.

Mr. Wigger is a Nashville native.  He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors.  He attended the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law and completed his law school studies at the University Of Tennessee College Of Law where he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 1988.

Mr. Wigger joined the firm in 1988, became a Partner in 1994, and is an AV-Rated Attorney.

A well-known legal authority in his areas of practice, Mr. Wigger regularly speaks at seminars regarding Homeowner Associations, and other professional groups and organizations.

  • Hutchinson v. Alexander, Davidson County Ct (2015).
  • Smith and Williams v. Johnson and Legends, Inc., Davidson County Ct. (2015).
  • Represents State Farm Mutual Insurance.
  • Represents Hudson Insurance Group.
  • Represents Community Association Underwriters.
  • Represents QBE North America.
  • Represents Brentwood County Club Homeowner’s Association Inc.
  • Represents Encore Homeowner’s Association Inc.
  • Represents Cameron Farms Homeowner’s Association Inc.
  • Represents Haynes Crossings Homeowner’s Association Inc.
  • Represents Harpeth Trace Homeowner’s Association Inc.
  • Represents Princeton Hills Homeowner’s Association Inc.
  • Represents Brighton Close Homeowner’s Association Inc.



University of Tennessee
B.S. Arts
University of Tennessee College of Law
Juris Doctorate


  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Nashville Bar Foundation Fellow
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Harry Phillips Inn of Court
  • Hearing Committee of the Board of Professional Responsibility, District V
  • Knights of Columbus, Advocate
  • Board of Directors of the Tennessee Chapter of the Community Association Institute
  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
  • Saddle UP!
  • 2017 Community Associations Institute Law Seminar Best Manuscript for Social Media in Communities