If your car accident, workplace accident, product liability injury or medical malpractice injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, you deserve justice — and my law firm demands it.
As a former U.S. assistant district attorney and assistant state attorney general, I have successfully handled thousands of serious accident personal injury cases, statewide and nationally, during my 35-plus years of experience. Many of those injury claims involved large commercial vehicles and catastrophic injuries.
Let me and my team of skilled associates do the work for the full financial compensation you are entitled to, while you continue with your medical recovery. My firm offers a free initial consultation, maximum availability to your concerns and a contingency fee policy that requires no attorney fee from you unless you recover money damages in a settlement or by jury verdict.
I grew up in Ripley, Tennessee, a farming community of 3,000 people, the county seat of Lauderdale County, located 50 miles north of Memphis. My mother and dad had been married 17 years when I was born. They had grown up poor and sacrificed for me to have the things they never were able to enjoy in their youth. I had a happy childhood playing sports with my friends and doing the things boys do in small towns.
Blair was an enlisted infantryman for almost four years in the United States Marine Corps. (For you fellow Marines, Blair was a 03-11 — rifleman). He served at Parris Island, Camp LeJeune, the Naval Sub Base Bangor (outside Seattle), and with the 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, at Camp Pendleton. He spent six months TDY in Korea and Japan.
Rich is an attorney and has been with our office since 1999. Rich is from a large family with nine children and grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. He went to college at Ohio University and then law school at the University of Akron. He is licensed in Tennessee and Mississippi. Rich likes our office so much he married one of our senior paralegals. Rich and Lisa have the office miracle — their daughter Ava was born premature in 2004 at only two pounds, but is doing great now. Ava attends school at Franklin Road Academy.
Chaucey grew up in west Tennessee. He has a B.A. in political science from the University of Memphis and earned his law degree from Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts. Chaucey spent more than six years with the Metropolitan Nashville & Davidson County Public Defender Office defending people accused of a crime who could not afford a lawyer. He is married and has two beautiful daughters.