Springfield, Tennessee Injury Attorneys

If you have been injured in Springfield or if you are an injury victim living in Springfield, you need one of the experienced and reputable injury attorneys at the Law Offices of John Day to help you get the justice and compensation you deserve. So that we can concentrate on our injury clients, we do not handle bankruptcies, divorces, child custody cases, real estate closing, tax matters, will or trusts, corporate matters, DUIs or other criminal cases.

But, we do handle virtually any type of serious injury case including including medical malpractice, dog bite cases, auto accidents, bus accidents, trucking accidents, injuries from defective products, motorcycle accidents, burn injuries, construction accidents, carbon-monoxide poisoning cases, sexual abuse cases, premise liability accidents, food poisoning cases, towing accidents, bicycle accidents, golf cart accidents, eye injury cases nursing home abuse and neglect cases, drowning and near-drowning accidents, brain injury cases, spinal cord injury cases, farm equipment accidents, boating accidents, jet ski accidents and many more.

We Can Help You and Your Family

For decades, our award-winning injury attorneys have been the voice of injury victims in Springfield and all of Robertson County and we will make sure you are heard loud and clear. In fact, we have recovered more than $140 million dollars for our clients and we are here to help you too. We understand serious accidents cause serious problems for the victim and the victim's family including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, scarring, loss of enjoyment of life and others. And, we will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Springfield Judges and Court Information

If it becomes necessary for us to file suit on your behalf, Springfield and all of Robertson County are located within the 19th Judicial District of Tennessee. The judges in the county are:

These judges have issued Local Rules, which govern the day to day operations of the court. The rules cover everything from when and how the court will hear motions to the conduct of spectators in the courtroom. If you would like to review these rules, a copy of the Local Rules for Circuit Court can be found here, and the Chancery Court Local Rules can be found here.

In Robertson County, for the 2010-2011 reporting period, 82 tort cases (claims for personal injury or wrongful death) were filed but just 3 went to trial.  Of the 3 cases tried, just one resulted in the injured party receiving compensation. The damages awarded in that case were $25,000.00  For the 2011-2012 reporting period, there were 81 tort cases filed and only 2 went to trial.  In both those cases, the injured party won but the average award was only $8,585.00.  In 2012-2013, 91 tort cases were filed in Robertson County and 2 tort cases were tried.  The injured party lost both of those trials.  Last year, 62 tort cases were filed and 3 went to trial.  Unfortunately, the injured party did not win any of those trials.

Contact Us Today

These case statistics highlight the need for experienced and reputable counsel. We invite you to review our credentials, our successes and what past clients have to say about us.

We will thoroughly review your case during a free, no-obligation consultation.  Since we only get paid if we recover money for you and we never require our clients to advance case expenses, it will not cost you a penny to pursue your rights. To learn more about our fees and case expense issues, click here.

If you or a loved one has been injured by someone's negligence, contact us today at 615-742-2880 or toll-free at 866-812-8787 or online.