For decades, our nationally-recognized team has been committed to helping injury victims and their families in Nashville. Following an accident, our prospective Nashville clients often have a lot of questions and we are happy to answer them.
We understand you can be overwhelmed following an accident and confused by the process. So once you contact us, we will sit down with you and discuss your case in depth, answer your questions and advise you of your rights and the steps you need to take. And, if you are unable to come to us, we will gladly come to you at your home or in the hospital.
While each case is different and we approach each one with an individualized case strategy, below are some general questions we are typically asked:
Do You Handle My Type of Injury Case?
The short answer is: yes, we almost certainly do. Our experienced and aggressive attorneys have been practicing injury law for more than 80 years and we have seen all types of injury cases ranging automobile accidents to carbon-monoxide poisoning cases to birth injury cases and everything in between. Our Practice Area page lists some of the cases we have seen time and time again. But, even if your type of injury case is not listed, do not worry. We have probably handled it and we almost certainly can.
What Should I Do Following My Accident?
While this can vary depending upon the type of injury case, here are some basic steps to take following an injury accident.
Will I Have To Go To Court?
Of course, the mere mention of court leaves most folks feeling queasy. We understand. And, we try to resolve your case without the necessity of filing suit or a trial. But if the defendant or insurance company does not want to pay fair compensation, we will not hesitate to protect your rights. And just as importantly, we will shepherd you through each step of the process so you know what to expect and so you are ready. To read more about the litigation process, click here.
If I Do Have To Go To Court, Who Is The Judge And What Experience Do They Have?
In Davidson County, tort cases (claims for personal injury or wrongful death) are heard by the following judges:
- Joseph P. Binkley
- Cheryl A. Blackburn
- Claudia Bonnyman
- Thomas White Brothers
- Steve R. Dozier
- Mark J. Fishburn
- Hamilton V. Gayden
- David Randall Kennedy
- Ellen Hobbs Lyle
- Amanda McClendon
- Carol L. McCoy
- Russell T. Perkins
- Phillip Robinson
- Philip E. Smith
- Kelvin D. Jones
- Monte D. Watkins
- William E. (Bill) Young
Why Should I Hire The Law Offices of John Day?
We understand there are a lot of lawyers out there. In fact, in Tennessee, there are more than 23,000 lawyers. So, we have outlined how to select the right injury lawyer for your injury case to try and simplify the process for you and your family.
How Do I Get Started?
It could not be easier. Just contact us online or call us at 615-742-4880 or toll-free at 866-812-8787. And then, we will take it from there. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients and we would like to help you too.