RELEASED - Feb.25, 2014
The Terry Law Firm is pleased to announce that attorney F. Braxton "Brack" Terry has been elected as the new president for the Tennessee chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Mr. Terry has been a member of the organization since 2010 and recently served as its vice president.
The American Board of Trial Advocates was created to promote and preserve citizens' rights to a civil jury trial. Its members are comprised of judges and attorneys with civil trial experience.
Since his graduation from the Nashville School of Law in 1996, Mr. Terry has represented the rights of people who are the victims of personal injury. His cases often involve tractor-trailer accidents, product liability, workers' compensation and car accidents. Mr. Terry understands the many challenges that victims and their families face and is known as an aggressive advocate in and outside of the courtroom.
Over the years, Mr. Terry's hard work and superior legal skills have made him the recipient of several honors. He is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum; he served the Northeast Tennessee Chapter of the Federal Bar Association as its president; and the division of business at Carson-Newman University named him a distinguished young alumnus.
The Terry Law Firm provides legal services to clients in Eastern Tennessee. The law firm focuses its practice on personal injury and criminal defense, handling cases involving product liability, workplace accidents, Social Security Disability, motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, truck and tractor-trailer accidents, violent crimes, drunk driving, sex offenses and white-collar crimes.
When clients walk in through the doors of The Terry Law Firm, they find a law firm that strives to provide them with personal service and the legal expertise found in large city firms. The four attorneys and supporting staff treat each case with the individual attention that it needs, always seeking the best solution possible. When you are injured or have been charged with a crime, it is important to meet with an experienced attorney and discuss your options.