For decades, our award-winning attorneys have been privileged to represent residents of Goodlettsville. When most prospective clients in Goodlettsville call us, they have a number of questions they want to ask us right off the bat. Sometimes they want to know what to do following an accident? Other times, they do not know how to select the right personal injury attorney so they ask us why they should hire us? Or they want to know what deadlines apply to their case or what to expect from the litigation process. Below are some more questions we typically get asked by prospective clients.
What Types of Injury Cases Do You Handle in Goodlettsville?
Our experienced and aggressive attorneys have handled virtually every type of injury case imaginable. Of course, we handle all types of motor vehicle accidents:car accidents,tractor-trailer accidents,motorcycle accidents andbus accidents. But, we also handle carbon-monoxide poisoning cases, nursing home abuse and neglect cases, eye injury cases,burn injury cases, food poisoning cases, dog bite cases, boating accidents, bicycle accidents, golf cart accidents, brain injury cases and so many more. You can review our Practice Areas page for additional types of cases we commonly handle. But even if you do not see your type of case listed, chances are we have or can handle your injury case. So, just give us a call or contact us online to discuss it more fully.
The short answer is: you do not have to pay a penny out of pocket to pursue your rights. While litigation can be terribly expensive, in complex cases the expenses can be upwards of a $250,000.00, we advance all case expenses on your behalf. Some lawyers require their clients to take out expensive litigation loans, but we do not. And, we only get paid if we win so you risk nothing to pursue the compensation you and your family deserve. To learn more about how we handle fees and expenses, click here.
Will I Have To Go To Court?
We understand no one really wants to go to court, so we try to settle our cases without the necessity of filing suit or going to trial. But, both sides have to want to settle a case. If the at-fault party or the insurance company denies liability or does not want to pay a fair amount, we do not hesitate to file suit or go to trial. John Day and Joy Day are one of a small number of the more than 23,000 attorneys in the State who are certified. Both John and Joy are certified as a civil trial specialists by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, so rest assured you will be in good hands.
How Do I Get Started?
It is easy: you can either contact us online or by calling 615-742-4880 or toll-free 866-812-8787. If you are unable to come to our office, we will gladly come to you so we can sit down, thoroughly review your case, answer your questions and advise you of your rights. We have recovered more than $140 million dollars for our satisfied clients and we are here to help you too.