Serving the Area for More Than Five Decades
For more than five decades, our Hamblen County personal injury lawyers at The Terry Law Firm in Morristown, TN have been serving clients in Hamblen County and throughout East Tennessee. Over the years, we have developed a stellar reputation for getting results in both negotiations and in the courtroom.
If you have suffered an injury or illness due to the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of another party, our firm is here to hold them accountable and make sure you get the compensation you need and deserve as you recover.
Have you suffered an injury in one of the following types of accidents?
- Vehicle accident
- Bicycle accident
- Pedestrian accident
- Boating accident
- Amusement park accident
- Tourist accident
- Dog attack
- Birthing or other medical accident
- Defective consumer product
- Pharmaceutical drug accident
A History & Overview of Hamblen County
Hamblen County, Tennessee was formed from a portion of Hawkins County in January 1791, and was named for Hezekiah Hamblen. The area lies at the convergence of Interstates 40 and 81, between Knoxville and Johnson City. Comprised of the towns of Alpha, Morristown, Russellville, Talbott, White Pine and Whitesburg, Hamblen County occupies 176 square miles.
At the time of the 2000 Census, Hamblen County, TN reported a population of 58,128. The county includes more than 100 regional, national and international industries to support its diverse economy, while cultural and educational opportunities in the region abound. This lovely region maintains respect for its past, while looking forward to a bright future.
Also known as the “Lakeway Area,” Hamblen County remains a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Cherokee and Douglas Lakes provide opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming and water skiing. Panther Creek State Park, another sportsman’s paradise, lies just six miles west of Morristown, along the shores of Cherokee Reservoir. In addition, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Rocky Mount are all within an hour’s drive.
Protecting the Rights & Best Interests of Our Clients
If you have a personal injury case in Tennessee, your claim will be heard in civil court. Once you’ve gone through a trial, you may have the right to appeal your personal injury case to the state’s Appeals Court or the Supreme Court. Our Hamblen County personal injury attorneys are able to assist with all types of personal injury cases, and will aggressively protect your rights while fighting for full and fair compensation.
Call us now at (423) 586-5800 for a free initial consultation.