A Lawyer Protects Your Rights

 In Criminal Law, Divorce Law, Domestic Law, Employment Law, Last Will and Testament, Law, Personal Injury Law, Social Security Disability, Tax Law

A Lawyer Protects Your Rights

At times life gets messy and complicated for all of us. Good people sometimes make bad choices, tragically, even the best personal relationships fall apart, and one unfortunate accident can change the trajectory of an entire family’s life. When facing legal action, or the possibility of having to navigate the complexities of family law or personal injury law, an attorney is the best possible solution to a complicated and unexpected situation.

Timing Is Critical

In a personal injury claim, the time limit to initiate a case (statute of limitation) is only one year in Tennessee, yet the state can prosecute you for a felony up to 15 years after the alleged incident. A lawyer is a problem solver—legal representation is a constitutional right, don’t try to handle things without counsel.

You Have The Right

When your life is thrown off-track by a controversial domestic issue, a personal error in judgment, someone else’s negligence, or a financial crisis, The first 10 amendments of the Constitution (Bill of Rights), guarantees your right to:

  • Recover the financial and emotional losses suffered as a result of a personal injury
  • Be protected from defective products
  • Legal representation
  • A discrimination-free workplace
  • Remain silent
  • A safe workplace
  • Accessibility
  • Privacy

A lawyer can help families put things into perspective. Give yourself the best possible advantage when facing issues such as:

  • Personal injury
  • Criminal prosecution
  • DWI charges
  • Worker’s compensation benefits
  • Discrimination
  • Disability
  • Domestic problems
  • Tax problems

When facing any problem dealing with legal issues, you have a right to preserve and protect your interests and secure the future of and for your family. It is important to know your rights. “Justice under the law” is not just a catchphrase, it is an inalienable right. Contact us.  We are here to listen, and we are here to help.