Personalized Service for Each of Our Clients
With a focus on personal injury law over the course of more than five decades, our Sevierville attorneys at The Terry Law Firm have the know-how to effectively handle a wide variety of cases. We understand how devastating an accident can be to both you and your family.
If the injuries that you suffered were the result of negligence by another individual or entity, you may be entitled to recover monetary damages. From medical bills to lost wages, count on our experienced legal team to work tirelessly to get you what you need to recover and move forward with life. Our Sevierville Law Firm can help with personal injury, car accidents, truck accidents, premises liability, social security, and much more!
Our firm provides you with:
- Free initial consultations that can even take place at your location
- Evening and weekend appointments available
- 50+ years of experience
- Personalized service
Sevierville, Tennessee offers well-rounded cultural and recreational activities, with an even wider entertainment selection in nearby cities such as Gatlinburg, Knoxville, and Pigeon Forge. In addition, this historic community has access to outstanding business, education, and health care options that make Sevierville an enviable place to call home.
The city and county of Sevier, which was founded in 1795, began as a small mountain community named for John Sevier, Tennessee’s first governor. Sevierville consists of 20 square miles located at the convergence of the Tennessee Valley and the Foothills of the Great Smokies, with Knoxville to the north and several Appalachian towns to the south. The city serves as a vital component of the Knoxville- Sevierville- La Follette Combined Statistical Area.
The host of thousands of tourists each year, Sevierville, boasts a thriving economy, driven primarily by local attractions, and their affiliated businesses. Sevierville boasts more than 2,000 hotel and motel rooms, with nearly 50 percent of the community’s businesses linked to the tourist industry. It was the development of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the nation’s most visited National Park, that first brought Sevierville the benefits of the local tourist industry.