Scott is a Partner in the Atlanta office of Hall Booth Smith, P.C. concentrating on the defense of transportation and general casualty litigation. Scott was raised in a small town in Central Illinois, and joined the United States Army JAG Corps following law school where he acted as a Command Judge Advocate, Special Assistant United States Attorney, and claims attorney for the Army’s South America, Central America and the Caribbean. Following his service in the JAG Corps, Scott joined an AV rated law firm in St. Louis, Missouri, where he focused on the defense of personal injury, transportation, and general liability litigation. Scott has tried multiple jury trials to successful verdicts.
Mr. Moulton has very diverse experience in commercial transportation matters. Prior to joining HBS, he was a litigated/catastrophic claims attorney with a national commercial transportation insurer. He has a great deal of experience coordinating catastrophic and rapid response investigations, inspecting driver-fatigue, negligent entrustment, and training issues, and has firsthand knowledge of the interests and concerns of the insurers and carriers within the industry.
Washington University, St. Louis, MO, J.D., 1999
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, B.A., 1996
Trucking Industry Defense
Defense Research Institute
Arkansas Trucking Law Seminar 2011 - Speaker, "Capturing Electronic Data from Claimant's Vehicle and Other Devices"
DRI 2010 Trucking Law Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada - Speaker, "The Three-Legged Stool: Effective Interaction with Insurer, Insured and Defense Counsel"
USLAW Networking Spring 2009 Client Conference, Charleston, South Carolina - Panel Presenter - "Risks and Opportunities Affecting the Commercial Transportation Industry"