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Gary A. Glover graduated from Waynesboro High School in 1959 and served as the Senior Class President. As a high school athlete, he won the State 100 Yard Dash in 1957 and 1958. He was a member of the Waynesboro Purple Hurricanes State Championship football team in 1957 and was named the Atlanta Journal Constitution Back of the Year in the state of Georgia. In 1958, he was named to the Teen Magazine All American football team.
He was awarded a Grant-In-Aid Scholarship to the University of Georgia and played the positions of fullback and linebacker as a Georgia Football Letterman. At the University, he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He was also a member of the Gridiron Secret Society at the University of Georgia. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1964.
He served in the U.S. Army Georgia National Guard from 1965-1973 as a First Lieutenant receiving Honorable Discharge.
He attended Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law and received is Juris Doctorate degree in 1972. He also served as President of his legal fraternity.
He was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1972 and initiated his law practice in Augusta, Georgia. In 1976, he served as President of the Georgia Young Lawyers Association and from 1976-1996 served as City Attorney for Waynesboro, Georgia. He also served as Municipal Judge for the city of Waynesboro. He was elected President of the Georgia Municipal Association City Attorney’s Section in 1991. In 1993, he was appointed to serve on the Georgia Board of Court Reporters. Gary is a Member of GA Defense Trial Lawyers Association and is also Special Assistant Attorney General, since 1977.
He has experience in the preparation and trials of a vast array of cases, including intentional torts, motor vehicle accidents, motor vehicle accidents involving commercial vehicles, professional negligence, insurance matters, and business and commercial disputes. He currently defends clients in bodily injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, also including those with commercial vehicles and also insurance issues.

Percy J. Blount has practiced law for forty nine years. He has a wide range of experience, trying many cases to jury verdict in State and Federal Courts. He has extensive experience in the preparation and trials of a vast array of cases, including criminal, intentional torts, motor vehicle accidents, motor vehicle accidents involving commercial vehicles, professional negligence, insurance matters, business and commercial disputes, construction disputes and estate matters. He currently defends clients in bodily injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, including those involving commercial vehicles, as well as insurance issues. His practice also includes handling appellate arguments in State and Federal Courts and the Georgia Court of Appeals.
Percy is also an accomplished mediator, having begun a mediation practice in 1984. He has since mediated over fifteen hundred cases involving premises liability, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, insurance matters, intentional torts, commercial cases, construction cases, domestic disputes. products liability and environmental cases.
Percy attended the University of Georgia where he received his B.A. in 1963. Percy received his Juris doctorate in 1966 from Memphis State University. Percy was admitted to the Georgia bar in 1967.  Percy was a Judge of Municipal Court of Waynesboro, Georgia from 1993 to 2015 and is presently Judge of Municipal Court for the City of Harlem (1986 to present).  

Robert A. Kerr was born & raised in Washington, DC. After high school he attended the University of Rochester, in Rochester, New York, where he played on the varsity lacrosse team and was a captain his junior and senior years while graduating with a degree in Health & Society. After college he worked in clinical trials, helping perform research on drug safety and efficacy.  This work included co-authoring two papers, Cost Effectiveness of Catheter Ablation in Patients with Ventricular Tachycardia and Selling in Managed Care Areas. After ten years of working with lung, prostate, and brain cancer research, he decided to attend law school.
In law school Mr. Kerr graduated Magna Cum Laude in the top 5% of his class, ranking ninth out of 174 in his class. He received the highest grades in his Legal Writing, Constitutional Law, and International Law classes, was named a Dean's Fellow for Property Law, received Dean's List honors for his last five semesters, and was Executive Editor of the St. Thomas University School of Law Intercultural Human Rights Law Review. Additionally, he received a Merit Scholarship and received the ABA-BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of Health Law. As a law student Mr. Kerr also had his paper The Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005: Who Should Pay For Improved Outcomes? published in a leading health law journal.

Upon moving to Augusta, Georgia, Robert Kerr opened Kerr Law, P.C. Robert Kerr represents clients across the United States in federal court, confidently taking on large insurance companies such as MetLife, Prudential, Hartford, Standard, Matrix, Liberty Mutual and Cigna. He has handled claims involving hundreds of different disabling conditions, including fibromyalgia, lower back pain, neck pain, depression, and anxiety. He sees firsthand the tricks and tactics that many insurance companies used to deny claim payouts to deserving individuals.

As an experienced, respected lawyer in this field, Robert Kerr brings his background in pharmaceutical consulting and clinical trials, his acceptance as a member of Mensa®, his skill as a published author, and his staunch advocacy for clients’ rights to every case he takes on.  

Kathleen (Katie) Conner grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and attended the University of Notre Dame where she graduated magna  cum laude with a double major in English and French.  Upon graduation, she was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.  She received the Dean’s Scholarship to attend law school at the Catholic University of America where she graduated in the top 10% of her class.  She entered active duty in the Army JAG Corps, was stationed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, and attained the rank of Captain. While on active duty, Katie was privileged to serve in a diversity of roles.  These included service as Legal Counsel for soldiers facing medical and disability hearings, Medical Malpractice Defense Attorney for the North Atlantic Regional Medical Command, and legal advisor to the Physicians Credentialing Committee, the Hospital Quality Improvement Committee, the Medical Center Ethics Committee and the Child and Family Advocacy Team.  She is honored now to “join ranks” with the firm of Glover, Blount and Kerr.
Katie is married to fellow veteran and Notre Dame alum, Steve Conner, and together the couple are the proud parents of eight great kids.
Katie is active in the community as a board member of the non-profit, I-care, which serves trafficking victims and their children; as Vice-President of the Upside of Downs, a support group for families affected by Down Syndrome; and in her parish as a member of the Pastoral Council.  

Contact Information

Glover, Blount & Kerr 
429 Walker St.
Augusta, GA 30901
 
Phone: 706-722-3786
Fax: 706-722-7145
Business Hours
Mon - Fri: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM