University of Alabama, B.A., 1991 (magna cum laude)
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D., 2002 (magna cum laude)
Martindale-Hubbell, peer review of BV, which is the highest rating possible for an attorney with 5-9 years of experience.
Member of the University of Memphis Law Review
CALI Award and Dean's Award for Academic Excellence in the following: Environmental Law, Trial Advocacy, ADR/Mediation, Federal Income Tax,Torts II
Deans Award for Best Oral Advocate in Legal Methods Adjunct Section
Mr. Overstreet is a Member in our Memphis office concentrating his practice in general civil litigation and insurance defense. He has experience in a wide spectrum of cases involving trial and appellate practice in both Tennessee State and Federal Courts. Mr. Overstreet is also licensed in Mississippi.
Represent Insurance Companies in coverage analysis and declaratory judgment actions regarding coverage disputes
Represent Insureds Business Owners in defense of premises liability and general liability litigation
Represent Insureds in defense of product liability claims and actions
Represent Insureds in defense of trucking accident claims and actions
Represent Individual Insureds in defense of automobile liability actions
Represent Insurance Companies in defense of uninsured motorists actions
Represent Professionals (lawyers, surveyors, real estate firms) in defense of malpractice and negligence actions
Represent Insured in defense of construction defect claims and actions
Represent Employers & Carriers in Workers Compensation defense actions
Represent Insurance Companies in subrogation actions
Represent individuals and businesses regarding contract and business disputes
Tennessee; Mississippi; US District Court for Western Tennessee; US Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
Tennessee Bar Association
Mississippi Bar Association
Memphis Bar Association
Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel
Comment, Constitutional Law-Simmons-Harris v. Zelman: "Will Ohio's School Voucher Program Pass Its Final Exam?" 32 U. Mem L. Rev. 211 (2001).