We Fight to Win Your Case and Maximize Your Recovery
If you were injured in a car accident anywhere in West Tennessee, our firm can help you determine if you are entitled to personal injury compensation. Determining the cause of your accident may require independent investigation and collaboration with expert witnesses such as accident reconstructionists.
Establishing the full and fair value of your case should involve collaboration with medical and life-planning experts who can help to calculate the costs of additional medical care, rehabilitation, emotional distress, lost opportunity, reduced income earning capacity, possible long-term care and more.
This whole process begins with consulting an experienced Tennessee personal injury lawyer who fully understands all applicable personal injury laws in car wreck situations.
Do you know if the other driver was at fault? Was your wreck caused by a defective auto part or dangerous road conditions?
At The Law Offices of Jeffrey Jones in Bartlett, we get to the root cause of your car accident efficiently. We waste no time investigating the scene and establishing communications with law enforcement and insurance companies. We will handle all legal aspects of your injury claim and all communications with other parties in the case.
Holding Negligent Parties Accountable
We will hold the responsible party accountable for all costs and damages relating to your car wreck, including:
- Medical expenses
- Vehicle damage
- Lost wages and reduced income
- Pain and suffering (emotional distress)
- Long-term costs such as additional surgeries and home care
- Wrongful death benefits, if you have lost a loved one
Attorney Jeffrey H. Jones personally handles your case. With over 35 years of experience representing car accident victims in western Tennessee, we build strong cases for residents and out-of-state visitors injured on Tennessee roads.
Mr. Jones. You can depend on our commitment to your maximum recovery.
Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists in Tennessee
In Tennessee, licensed drivers need to only carry a minimum of $25,000 in uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) insurance coverage. The full value of many personal injury cases involving car accidents exceeds the amount of UM/UIM coverage on victims’ policies.
If the negligent driver’s insurance does not cover the costs of your injuries and damages, additional sources of recovery must be sought. We will take on this burden for you and build your case for maximum possible recovery.