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TennesseePersonal Injury Lawyers in Marshall County, Tennessee

When a person is injured because of the negligence of another, a lawsuit for damages is often categorized as a "personal injury" case.


The job description of a personal injury attorney in Marshall County, Tennessee, includes investigating the case to calculate the damages, making a demand for a settlement, and initiating a personal injury lawsuit.


Civil trial lawyers often take cases on a contingency basis instead of requiring the injured person to pay the attorney fees to litigate the personal injury case in Marshall County, Tennessee.


To find the best personal injury attorney, consider the attorney's focus on your particular type of case, jury trial experience, as well as the attorney's involvement in the legal community.

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Walter Woods Bussart

Walter Woods Bussart
Bussart Law Firm
520 N. Ellington Pkwy
Lewisburg, TN 37091
Walter Woods Bussart is a Personal Injury and Civil Trial Law lawyer who attended University of Tennessee College of Law... read more >

Anderson T Ellis II

Anderson T Ellis II
520 North Ellington Parkway
Lewisburg, TN 37091
Anderson T Ellis II is a Personal Injury lawyer... read more >

Robert Dalton

Robert Dalton
535 2nd Ave North No. 1
Lewisburg, TN 37091
Robert Dalton is a Personal Injury lawyer... read more >

Barbara Gillespie Medley

Barbara Gillespie Medley
Medley & Spivy
111 West Commerce Street Suite 201
Lewisburg, TN 37091
Barbara Gillespie Medley is a Civil Trial Law lawyer who attended Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law - The University of Me... read more >
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American Association for Justice

The AAJ is committed to promoting a fair and effective civil justice system while supporting the work of attorneys representing plaintiffs.


Tennessee Association for Justice

TAJ has a proud history of supporting and educating lawyers while working to improve the civil justice system and preserve the right to a trial by jury.


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