Get Monetary Compensation with Help from an Experienced Firm
In his over 40 years of practice, Attorney Aldred has represented clients in every type of personal injury claim to clients in Tennessee and Kentucky. We offer free consultations to our injured clients and their families, using this initial meeting to honestly inform you of your rights and to offer a thoughtful recommendation for your claim.
Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy
With a reputation for consistently reliable results, William L. Aldred at Aldred Law Firm is proud to be recognized as a Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. This honor sets apart attorneys that have demonstrated exceptional knowledge and skill in the courtroom, giving our clients the peace of mind in knowing that our firm's reputation precedes us. We have consistently proven ourselves to be devoted to our clients, dedicated to our work, and knowledgeable.
Types of serious injury claims we serve include, but are not limited to:
- Falls with serious injury
- Trucking and Tractor-trailer wrecks
- Car wrecks
- Motorcycle wrecks
- Wrongful Death due to someone else’s negligence
- Serious Injury due to someone else’s negligence
When Your Life Is Altered by Someone Else's Negligence
Many individuals who are the victim of negligence suffer serious medical problems ranging from long-term sickness, disability, or even death. We have handled some of the most serious injury claims, providing clients with the chance to seek financial compensation for the inevitable medical and hospital bills they will incur as a result of their injury or their loved one's injury. Wrongful death claims also help the deceased's loved ones to cover the unexpected funeral expenses, pay the lost loved one's debts, and fill the gap that results in loss of the deceased's income.
Society requires compensation to a seriously injured person for bodily pain and suffering; mental and emotional pain; the loss of capacity for the enjoyment of life; for any disfigurement or scarring of the body.
Per Tennessee Jury Instructions:
Society requires money compensation for medical expenses, both past medical expenses, and future medical expenses.
Society requires money compensation for a loss of earning capacity, both past, and future based upon your health, age, occupation, and other factors.
Society requires money compensation to restore an injured party to a whole person.
Society requires money compensation for infliction of severe or serious emotional injury.
Society requires money compensation for personal injury to a husband or wife, including both lost wages and the spouse’s companionship and for acts of love and affection.
Schedule your free consultation today. Call (931) 648-9621.