Adrienne Waters Ogle

Adrienne Waters Ogle

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Sevierville, TN

Green, Waters Ogle & McCarter
 | 117 Court Ave, Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: 8654293600
Fax: 865-429-3644
Selected To Rising Stars: 2018 - 2019
Licensed Since: 2009
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
Attorney Profile

Adrienne Ogle graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Law and has practiced law for nine years. Mrs. Ogle began her legal career as an insurance defense attorney litigating personal injury cases for some of the country's largest insurance carriers. As an insurance defense attorney, Adrienne represented defendants in motor vehicle accident and premise liablity cases. 

Adrienne and her partners, Attorneys Michael Green and Travis McCarter, opened Green, Waters Ogle and McCarter- a personal injury law firm located in Sevierville, Tennessee in 2014. Adrienne uses the knowledge and experience she gained as an insurance defense attorney to work solely for serious injury victims hurt in motor vehicle accidents and premise liability cases. Adrienne is a fearless and zealous advocate for the people she represents. As a plaintiff's attorney, Adrienne has recovered millions for her clients. 

In 2015, Adrienne was the first female to be voted "Best Lawyer" by the residents of Sevier County in the Readers Choice Awards. In 2015, Mrs. Ogle also had the honor of being appointed Juvenile Magistrate Judge by the General Session Judges of Sevier County. Mrs. Ogle hears juvenile cases in Sevier County several days a month. Mrs. Ogle is a member of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges as well as Tennessee Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. Because of her community involvement Adrienne was selected as a member of Leadership Sevier in 2015. In 2018, Adrienne was recognized as a Super Lawyer “Rising Star” as well as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” attorneys in Tennessee by the National Trial Lawyers Association.  She currently sits on the board of directors for Sevier County C.A.R.E.S (Coalition for Addiction Recovery & Education Services) of the 4th Judicial District.

Adrienne is a lifelong resident of Sevier County and lives in Gatlinburg with her husband and two children.   



About Adrienne Ogle

Admitted: 2009, Tennessee

Professional Webpage:


  • The National Trial Lawyers selected Adrienne for inclusion into its list of "Top 40 Under 40" Civil Plainitff Trial Lawyers in Tennessee, an honor given to a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the legal field. , "Top 40 Under 40" Plaintiff Lawyer in Tennessee , The National Trial Lawyers Association, 2018
  • Adrienne Ogle is the Juvenile Magistrate for Sevier County Juvenile Court. She was appointed in 2015 by the Sevier County General Sessions Judges to serve in this position.   , Sevier County Juvenile Magistrate, 2015
  • Adrienne Waters Ogle was selected to the 2018 Mid-South Rising Stars list. , Superlawyers Mid-South Rising Stars , Thompson Reuters , 2018
  • In 2015, Adrienne Ogle was voted "Best Lawyer" in the Reader's Choice Awards for the Mountain Press. , Reader's Choice Winner "Best Lawyer" , The Mountain Press , 2015

Special Licenses/Certifications:

  • In 2016, Adrienne Ogle graduated from Leadership Sevier a one-year training course in leadership developement. , 2016

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Member of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
  • Member of the Sevier County Bar Association
  • Member of Tennessee Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • Adrienne Ogle is a member of the board of directors for Sevier County C.A.R.E.S (Coalition for Addiction Recovery & Education Services) which works in conjunction with the 4th Judicial District.  , 2017

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • Adrienne Waters Ogle was selected as a featured speaker for an upcoming personal injury seminar to be held by the National Business Institute on July 31st, 2019 in Knoxville, TN. The seminar is titled "Advanced Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law." This seminar is geared towards Tennessee attorneys, to ensure that they are maximizing the value of UM/UIM car accident cases within their practice. The specific topics Adrienne will cover at the seminar include: "Determining Coverage and Valuing Damages in UM/UIM Car Accident Cases" and "Special Issues That Can Make or Break Your Personal Injury Case." Those who attend will be eligible for CLE credits for this seminar., Lecturer, NBI Personal Injury Seminar on Tennessee Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law, National Business Institute, Legal, 2019


  • $345,000.00 awarded to client injured when she tripped and fell due to a dangerous condition at a Sevierville, Tennessee apartment complex. , 2018
  • $51,000.00 awarded to client who was injured when she slipped and fell in a bathtub at a local motel while on vacation in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. , 2018
  • Confidential Settlement awarded in a premise liability case where a faulty shelf at a local grocery store collapsed injuring client’s shoulder. , 2018
  • $300,000.00 (full policy limits) recovered for client injured when his vehicle was struck by a drunk driver in Sevierville, Tennessee. , 2017
  • 100,000.00 (full policy limits) recovered for client injured when his motorcycle was forced off the road by a unidentified driver in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. , 2018
  • $525,000.00 recovered for pedestrian injured when she was walking in a marked crosswalk in Gatlinburg, Tennessee and was struck by a distracted driver. , 2016
  • $120,000.00 recovered from municipality for pedestrian injured when she tripped over dangerous condition of sidewalk. , 2014


  • If you have been injured in a car accident and are dealing with the at-fault driver's insurance company, then chances are the adjuster handling your claim has asked you to sign an Authorization to Release Medical Records. On it's face, it seems like a good idea to go ahead and sign the authorization- You have to get the records and bills anyway, right? Why not let the adjuster do the work for you? The insurance adjuster will make it sound like he needs them to pay you what you are entitled to. Unfortunately, this is far from the real truth of why he wants your medical records, Should I Sign an Authorization to Release Medical Records From the Insurance Company in My Car Accident Case, Car Accident Victims, injury victims, Legal, Motor Vehicle Accident, Plaintiffs
  • The more significant the damages are in your car accident case the more likely it is that the adjuster contacting you will act like your friend-- at least at first. If the adjuster believes the value of your injury claim is below $5,000.00, they are more likely to be rude and abrupt. (Many of my clients relay in our initial consultation that the adjuster handling their claim actually hung up on them more than once.) If an insurance company perceives that they have a significant loss exposure, the adjuster is most likely going to establish rapport with you and will seem helpful and fair at least until they start talking about money. , Tips for Dealing with the Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident , Car Accident Victims, injury victims, Legal, Motor Vehicle Accident, Plaintiffs
  • 5 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR AFTER YOU WERE HURT IN A CAR ACCIDENT: 1. What are my injuries and how severe are they? 2. Are my injuries related to the car accident? 3. How will my injuries affect me in the future? Click on the link for more information on navigating doctor's appointments following a car accident...., Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Doctor After a Car Accident , Car Accident Victims
  • When recovering from a vehicle crash, you are probably hurting not just physically but financially as well. You are racking up medical bills and may be out of work as well. The insurance company knows that you need funds and uses your financial need to push you to accept a low ball settlement offer. Don't let the insurance company bully you. If you reject the settlement offer the adjuster is likely to pressure you by giving you a litany of supposed "facts" that they relied on to reduce your car wreck injury claim during their evaluation. You should not take any offer until you consult with an attorney. The insurance company wants to pay the lowest amount possible to settle your claim because they want to save money. Paying as little as possible on their claims mTherefore, they often offer settlements that are just not fair., Should I Accept a Settlement Offer From the Insurance Company?, Car Accident, injury victims

Educational Background:

  • Adrienne Ogle studied International Law at Downing College in Cambridge, England., 2007
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Office Location for Adrienne Waters Ogle

117 Court Ave
Sevierville, TN 37862

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Last Updated: 8/13/2019

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