D. Andrew “Drew” Saulters


Mr. Saulters is an aggressive litigator who provides personal attention to his clients.

Mr. Saulters’ primary area of practice involves civil litigation for both defense and prosecution of personal injury claims. Mr. Saulters has also litigated complex cases in the areas of commercial business and contract disputes, employment labor law disputes for ADA violations and retaliatory discharge, premises liability claims, and commercial trade secret conversion. Mr. Saulters has successfully tried to verdict cases involving highly specialized areas of the law including Governmental Tort Liability Act cases and malicious prosecution. Mr. Saulters has tried hundreds of cases to verdict in both state and federal courts.

Mr. Saulters also has significant experience with the transportation industry and currently represents several trucking companies engaging in interstate commerce in all states.

  • Obtained $450,000 award in premises liability action; Houston v. Gaylord, Davidson County Circuit, Case No. 11c-1519.
  • Obtained $71,500 judgment in malicious prosecution action with only $1500 in damages; Massingille v. Vandergriff, Coffee County Circuit, Case No. 37,899.
  • Obtained dismissal of client in dual fatality truck wreck case; Morgan and Koch Foods, Inc. v. Traffic Specialists, Inc.; U.S. District Court case No. 1:14-cv-00090.



University of Tennessee
Nashville School of Law
Juris Doctorate


  • Rated “AV” Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell (highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards)
  • Over 12 years as a youth baseball, basketball and football coach