A Family Tradition of Legal Services Since 1960
Since 1960, our attorneys at The Terry Law Firm have represented the best interests and protected the rights of Tennessee clients pursuing compensation through personal injury claims. We know exactly how to extensively investigate the events that led to your accident and put together a strong and compelling case designed to get you the full and fair settlement you need for hospital bills, time away from work, and more.
Whether you were injured in an automobile accident, workplace accident, explosion, consumer product incident, or anything in between, count on our Knoxville personal injury lawyers for the dedicated legal services you need to obtain a successful outcome.
We serve clients in the Knoxville area, and throughout:
- Hamblen County
- Greene County
- Knox County
- Hawkins County
- East Tennessee
A Background & Overview of the Knoxville Area
Knoxville, Tennessee, the original capital city, was named in honor of Henry Knox, the first Secretary of War. Founded in 1796, it is the second oldest major city in the state, and with a population of 382,032 (Census 2000 data), Knoxville ranks as the state’s third largest city. The area provides an abundance of public recreational facilities and a modern public education system, with private school options at the primary and secondary levels. Knoxville features a selection of higher learning facilities such as Fountainhead College of Technology, Johnson Bible College, Knoxville College and Tennessee Wesleyan College. Knoxville is also home to the University of Tennessee’s (UT) flagship campus.
Knoxville ranks among the nation’s most affordable places to live and features a temperate climate suitable for outdoor recreation throughout the majority of the year. Knoxville lures history buffs to the area with sites such as Bleak House, the Blount Mansion, Fort Dickerson, James White’s Fort and World’s Fair Park. Other popular destinations include Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum, Knoxville Museum of Art and Knoxville Zoo, while athletic teams such as the Tennessee Volunteers and the Knoxville Ice Bears provide sporting events throughout the year. A vibrant arts community calls Knoxville home, with events such as Boomsday and the Dogwood Arts Festival.
If you are in Knoxville, call our highly experienced personal injury lawyers at (423) 586-5800 and schedule a free consultation.