Barnette Law Office, LLC

February 21, 2010

NASHVILLE PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER

Personal injury lawsuits are filed when people are seriously injured or killed by another person – whether intentional or by carelessness – or are injured by products that are defective in some way.  represents clients from Nashville and throughout Tennessee who are victims of such injuries aggressively and with compassion.

When someone is liable for injuring another person, whether through their direct acts, inactions, or through a product for which they are responsible, he or she can be made to pay the injured person damages. Compensatory damages try to put the injured party back in the position he or she was in before the injury occurred.  In some cases, can present enough evidence to a jury that punitive damages (additional money paid as a fine) are awarded to punish the tortfeasors in order to prevent them from doing additional harm.

accepts many types of personal injury claims for clients in Nashville and across Tennessee.  Such personal injury claims include:

Car and Motorcycle Accidents

Defective/Dangerous Products

Slip and Fall Accidents

Trucking Accidents 

Wrongful Death

Injuries suffered by virtue of any of the above reference accidents can be severe and life changing. realizes that your goal after such an accident is to get your life back. Medical bills must be paid, lost wages must be recovered, and agreements reached wherein the insurance company will continue payment for all future damages.

will advise you as to all available options.  In addition, Barnette Law Offices, LLC will aggressively work with the insurance companies and all other parties involved in your case to ensure all your needs are handled to achieve the best possible outcome.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured through no fault of your own, contact online at http://www.barnettelawoffices.com or call us at 615-585-2245 to set up a consultation.

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