Ardmore is a unique city located in two states. The city straddles the borders of Tennessee and Alabama. It is located in Giles and Lincoln counties in Tennessee and Limestone and Madison counties in Alabama. It has a population of 1,213 (as of the 2010 consensus). It consists of an estimated land area of 4.54 square miles.
Ardmore came into being in 1910 when the Louisville and Nashville railroad announced plans for a railroad line to connect Nashville to Decatur, Alabama. The construction began in 1911 and the village of Austin (Ardmore’s original name) was just a one store-house community. But by 1914, when construction was completed, Ardmore was a thriving community. The original railroad depot was constructed on the Alabama side and was simply a boxcar located where Mr. Alex Austin envisioned the town to be. The railroad named the depot Ardmore, and the name stuck for the town.
Progress continued on both the Tennessee and Alabama sides of town. Schools, banks, hardware stores and groceries soon opened in both states. In 1949, the Ardmore Cheese Company opened on the Tennessee side. The Cheese Factory is still in operation today, although it no longer manufactures cheese. It is used as a gift shop and specialty cheese store.
The Law Office of John R. Colvin was established January 1, 2001 in Winchester, Tennessee to give legal assistance to the injured and disabled in Southern Middle Tennessee. The Law Office of John R. Colvin handles personal injury actions, workers’ compensation injuries, and Social Security Disability claims in Ardmore, Tennessee on a contingency basis fee basis, which means my office does not charge a fee unless you recover benefits.
The Law Office of John R. Colvin is ready to handle serious personal injury claims, including car accidents, injury from defective products, and wrongful death actions in Ardmore, Tennessee. In 2009, there were 32 automobile accidents, 3 of which involved injuries. In 2011 in Giles County, Tennessee, there were 741 motor vehicle accidents, 192 people were injured in these accidents. In 2011, 10 people lost their lives in car and truck accidents in Giles County. From 1981 to 2001 in Ardmore, TN, there have been 7 fatalities and 11 casualties due to car accidents.
The Law Office of John R. Colvin has successfully handled numerous claims for disabled and injured individuals in Ardmore, Tennessee. The claims handled by my office have included those of car accidents, premises liability, slip and fall, nursing home negligence, defective products and construction accidents. As with all personal injury claims, most cases are handled on a contingency fee basis which means my office does not charge you a fee until and unless we make are recovery for you. If you or a loved one is in need of legal help or representation due to a disability, illness or injury, please do not hesitate to contact the Law Office of John R. Colvin for initial consultation that is both free and confidential.
Please remember that with any claim, there is a time limit which to file formal action to preserve your rights under the law. Therefore, that is why I encourage you to contact my office for a free and confidential consultation regarding your rights and how my office can effectively represent you in preserving those rights and securing you the compensation that you deserve.
In addition to personal injury claims, my office also handles injuries related to work related accidents, on the job injuries and/or claims for worker compensation benefits pursuant to the Tennessee Worker Compensation Act. In recent years, Tennessee law has changed and evolved in regards to the rights of workers under the Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Act. Currently, Tennessee law requires that administrative claims and requests for assistance be filed prior to instituting a court action. Furthermore, an administrative claim must be filed with the Tennessee Department of Labor within a certain time period or the claim could be forever barred. Many of the new laws were enacted in order to protect insurance companies, large corporations and manufacturing interests within the State of Tennessee all at the peril of the injured worker. Due to the complexity of the Workers’ Compensation Laws that require the filing of an administrative claim with the Tennessee Department of Labor for either a benefit review conference or a request for assistance pursuant to the facts of each case is why you should contact an attorney who routinely handles Tennessee Workers’ Compensation claims. Therefore, please do not hesitate to contact my office if you are in need of assistance for your work related injuries.
Are you disabled and unable to work? The Law Office of John R. Colvin also handles both adult disability claims and child disability claims for individuals living in Giles County and Ardmore, Tennessee. Therefore, if you have been denied adult disability or your child has been denied their claim for child’s disability by the Social Security Administration, please do not hesitate to contact my office for legal assistance. The Office of John R. Colvin can provide legal representation at the initial determination level, at the reconsideration level, and at the hearing level. If you reside in Giles County, Tennessee your hearing will most likely take place before an administrative law judge at the Office of Disability Adjudication Review located at 6840 Carothers Parkway, Suite 350, Franklin, Tennessee. If necessary, I also handle Social Security disability claims beyond the hearing level and against the Social Security Administration at the Federal District Court level in the Eastern District of Tennessee. As with most claims for benefits, there is a time limit from which you must file an appeal or lose certain rights and remedies under the law. Therefore, if you have been denied benefits or if you are applying for Social Security Disability benefits, please do not hesitate to contact my office for an initial consultation that is both free and confidential.
DIRECTIONS FROM ARDMORE, TENNESSEE TO THE LAW OFFICE OF JOHN R. COLVIN LOCATED AT 205 SOUTH HIGH STREET, WINCHESTER, TN:
- Take I-65 N towards Nashville. (12.5 mi.)
- Take Exit 14 towards Fayetteville and turn right on US-64 E. Follow US-64 E. (17.4 mi.)
- Turn right onto Wilson Pky/US-64/TN-15. Follow US-64 E. (3.8 mi.)
- Turn slight right onto US-64/TN-15/TN-50. Continue to follow. (31.6 mi.)
- Turn right onto S High St. 205 S High St. is on the left. (0.08 mi.)