Personal Injury Law Firm Ready to Take On Your Case
Have you been seriously injured due to the fault of someone else? If so, you are well-aware of the many challenges that you are facing. Apart from the physical pain that prevents you from functioning normally, you could be looking at costly medical bills and lost wages due to time away from work.
Fortunately, if the negligence or carelessness of another party caused your injury, you may be able to recover compensation through a personal injury claim. Our Johnson City personal injury attorneys at The Terry Law Firm in Morristown, TN have been serving clients for more than 50 years and are ready to take on your case.
We handle all types of personal injury cases, including:
- Vehicle accidents
- Premises liability claims
- Product liability claims
- Medical malpractice claims
About Johnson City
Johnson City, Tennessee, said to be the crossroads of the Eastern United States, began as a simple railroad depot in 1856 but quickly became a major hub for transport to the American Frontier with three major railroads intersecting here. Johnson City has a 2007 population estimate of 61,028. Most of Johnson City lies within Washington County, TN, but parts do extend into Carter and Sullivan Counties.
Johnson City consistently receives high rankings for excellent quality of living, affordable costs, no state income tax, low tax base and excellent schools. Forbes ranked it number 10 for the Best Small Place for Business and Careers. Cities Inc. placed it in the 40 Hottest Small Cities. Johnson City holds the 29 the lowest crime rate of 261 MSAs surveyed. This is the largest city in the Tri-City Region, which includes Kingsport and Bristol in northeastern Tennessee, and the twin city of Bristol in southern Virginia. The Johnson City Metropolitan Area is the fourth largest in Tennessee.
Experienced Legal Advocates On Your Side
Don’t allow yourself to suffer financially for an accident that wasn’t your fault. With an experienced legal advocate on your side, you can significantly increase your chances of receiving the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.