Moore County, Tennessee
For more than four decades, our award-winning attorneys have been privileged to represent residents of Lynchburg and all of Moore County in all types of personal injury and wrongful death cases including boating accidents, medical malpractice cases, farm equipment accidents, towing-related accidents, construction accidents, dog bite cases, accidents involving defective or unreasonably dangerous products, slip and fall accidents, jet ski accidents, liquor liability claims, nursing home abuse and neglect cases, drowning and near-drowning accidents, sexual abuse cases, golf cart accidents, carbon-monoxide poisoning cases, food poisoning cases, uninsured/underinsured motorist claims, cases involving eye injuries, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, burn injuries and many more.
For more detailed information on some of the most common types of cases we handle, visit our Services Page.
Car Accident Cases in Moore County
Motor vehicle accidents are one of the most common type of injury cases our office handles. We have represented clients who were injured in tractor-trailer crashes, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, and car wrecks. We also handle cases involving pedestrians or bicyclists being struck by vehicles.
Despite its small population, Moore County ranked quite high in some of the crash rates compiled by the Tennessee Department of Safety. Below are the 2015 to 2019 statistics for Moore County:
- Overall Crash Rate: 66th
- Fatal Crash Rate: 69th
- Injury Crash Rate: 52nd
- Motorcycle Crash Rate: 55th
- Alcohol-Impaired Fatality Rate: 62nd
- Alcohol-Impaired Crash Rate: 23rd
- Speeding Crash Rate: 30th
- Young Driver (Ages 15-24) Crash Rate: 56th
- Senior Driver (Ages 65+) Crash Rate: 81st
We Can Help You and Your Family
If you have been in injured in a motor-vehicle accident or any other type of accident, you are likely experiencing not only physical problems but also emotional and financial burdens. We understand you need high-quality representation to help you through the process.
We provide a free consultation in which we will thoroughly discuss your case and legal options with you. If you hire us, we will investigate and analyze the case to ensure that all at-fault parties are being pursued. To allow you to focus on healing, we will deal with the other party or the other party's insurance company, and we will make sure you don't settle for less than you truly deserve. In short, from start to finish, our goal is to make sure you receive the maximum recovery reasonably possible in the shortest amount of time. To learn more about what to expect after you hire us, please click here.
Moore County Judges and Court Information
If we have to file suit to protect your rights, Moore County is located within the 17th Judicial District, which also includes Bedford, Lincoln and Marshall counties. The following individuals are judges in the 17th Judicial District:
The 17th Judicial District has established Local Rules that govern the day to day operations of the court including such things as the issuance of subpoenas, setting cases for trial, etc. A copy of the Local Rules can be reviewed here.
For the 2011-2012 reporting period, only 2 tort cases (claims for personal injury or wrongful death) were filed in Moore County. A single tort case was tried, and the injured party lost that trial. In 2012-2013, only one tort case was filed in Moore County and zero cases were tried. In 2013-2014, not a single tort case was even filed in Moore County. In 2014-2015, again only one tort case was filed and none were tried. In 2015-2016 no cases were filed or brought to trial. For 2016-2017, only two cases were filed but none were tried. During 2017-2018, three cases were filed and zero tried. Last year, four cases were filed but again none were tried. The last year referenced for this data is the 2018-2019 reporting period.
John Day has created a new website (BirdDog Law) to give citizens, judges, and lawyers important information about the court system of every county in Tennessee, including updated trial statistics in each of the 95 counties. For more recent information and an understanding of the trends in jury and nonjury personal injury and wrongful death cases in Moore County, please click on the link.
Contact Us Today For A No-Cost, No-Obligation Evaluation Of Your Case
These statistics demonstrate how incredibly important it is to choose the right lawyer to represent you. We have recovered millions and millions of dollars for our satisfied clients. We are consistently successful because we know the law and we know how to get results.
The law only allows you a limited time to seek compensation. And, we can not get started until you take the first step and call us at one of our offices below or or toll-free at 866-812-8787 or reach out to us online. We only get paid if we win and we advance all case expenses, so you are never out of pocket any money to pursue your rights. To learn more about our fees and the advancement of case expenses, click here.