Personal Injury Attorneys That Focus On Results
The aggressive personal injury lawyers at Bateman & Bateman, P.C., handle many personal injury claims including:
Our objective is to collect every penny you and your family rightly deserve.
Serious Injuries Require Serious Legal Representation
The injuries that you or a loved one faces following a serious accident can be extremely difficult. The attorneys at Bateman & Bateman, P.C., are experienced, dedicated and focused on helping you manage worries over medical bills, rehabilitation, lost income and damages. Our dedicated lawyers protect your rights by filing a lawsuit on your behalf and holding the negligent party legally accountable for your injury-related expenses, pain and suffering. Bateman & Bateman, P.C., provides serious representation for the seriously injured.
You May Only Have One Year To File A Personal Injury Claim
Personal injuries can lead to long-term physical rehabilitation and drain the family budget. The compensatory settlement or trial verdict obtained on your behalf by the experienced civil litigators at Bateman & Bateman, P.C., can ease financial burdens brought on by medical bills or lost wages resulting from your accident. Pursuant to Tennessee state law, personal injury lawsuits must be filed within one year of the accident. Call our office today to set up a free consultation with Clarksville personal injury lawyers who know the law and protect your rights.
Contact Us Today To Start Your Case
Bateman & Bateman, P.C., is a Clarksville, Tennessee, law firm with more than 60 years of combined legal experience. Our devoted AV Preeminent-rated* attorneys go the extra mile to obtain the results your case deserves. Contact us at 931-647-5959 or 800-264-0041 (toll free) to discuss your case.
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