Watertown, Tennessee Personal Injury Attorneys
We have been privileged to represent injured people in Watertown and all of Wilson County for decades. So that we can dedicate ourselves to civil litigation and our injury clients, we do not handle child custody cases, divorces, adoptions, real estate closings, tax matters, bankruptcies, wills or trusts, corporate matters, DUIs or other criminal cases. And, we keep our caseload small so we can give each injury client the attention they deserve.
We Have One Goal: To Get You the Compensation You Deserve
We understand the physical, emotional and financial burdens facing our clients after an accident. Your hurt and medical bills are piling up. You injuries have prevented you from returning to work and you do not know when, if ever, you will be able to go back to your job. You are worried about your health and the future. We can help. We have won millions of dollars for our satisfied clients and we are here to help you too.
Types of Cases We Handle in Watertown, Tennessee
Our award-winning injury attorneys have handled all types of injury cases including auto accidents, trucking accidents, food poisoning cases, food allergy cases, construction accidents, summer camp accidents, bicycle accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect cases, bus accidents, golf cart accidents, jet ski accidents, sexual abuse cases, boating accidents, birth injury cases, cases involving eye injuries or brain injuries, dram shop cases, motorcycle accidents, carbon monoxide poisoning cases, dog bite cases, medical malpractice cases, serious burn cases, injuries caused by defective or unreasonably dangerous products, drowning accidents, cases involving broken bones and spinal cord injuries (paraplegia and quadriplegia) and many more.
Who Is To Blame For Your Injury Accident?
If you have been injured due to someone's carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses related to the accident. Those losses can take many forms including medical bills, property damage, lost wages, permanent impairment, scarring, loss of earning capacity, loss of enjoyment of life etc. But, in order to recover those damages, you have to make a claim against the at-fault party. And, in many instances, there is more than one at-fault party, and there can be multiple theories of recovery.
For instance, in a car accident, most people know you can recover from the other driver who was at fault. But, if the other driver does not have insurance or does not have enough insurance, did you know you may also be able to recover benefits from your own insurance company depending upon the language of your policy?
If the other driver did not own the vehicle he was driving, you might be able to make a claim against the owner of the vehicle for entrusting it to an unfit driver. Or if the other driver was on the job, a claim may be possible against his employer. If the other driver had been drinking before the accident, you may be able to make a liquor liability claim against the bar or restaurant that served too much alcohol. If your vehicle failed to perform as designed in the crash, you may be pursue a product liability claim against the manufacturer of your vehicle.
All of these potential claims may exist from a single car accident. You need one of our experienced and aggressive personal injury attorneys to thoroughly review the facts of your case and determine who is to blame.
Wilson County Judges and Court Information
If we have to file suit to protect your rights, Watertown and Wilson County are located within the 15th Judicial District. The following individuals preside over civil cases in the 15th Judicial District:
The 15th Judicial District has established Local Rules which govern the day to day operations of the court. A copy of the Local Rules can be reviewed here. And, click here if you would like more information about the litigation process for the typical injury or death case.
Experience Matters; Contact Us Today
These statistics emphasize the need for high-quality legal representation. We invite you to review our awards, our successes and the testimonials of our satisfied clients and compare them with other injury lawyers. We believe you will see the difference too.
If you are from Watertown, or were injured there, call The Law Offices of John Day and speak with one of our experienced and dedicated injury attorneys. We will provide a free, no-obligation consultation in which we will thoroughly review your injury case with you and advise you of your rights. Click here to learn more about our fees and the case expenses we will advance for your case.
If your injuries prevent you from coming to our office, we will gladly come to you at the hospital or at your home. While you concentrate on getting better, we will concentrate on getting you the justice and the compensation you deserve.
Contact us online or call us anytime at 615-742-4880 or toll-free at 866-812-8787.