Immediately Impressed!- Don
I was referred to Mr.Colvin’s office by a friend of mine that I go to church with. From the moment I sat down with him in his office I new I was in the right place. He doesn’t have commercials promising nice boats and bikini clad girls,he just goes very efficiently about his job taking care of you. If you want an attorney who will take care of you and keep you up to date with what is going on – THIS IS THE MAN.
John began the general practice of law in Winchester, Tennessee and for several years was a partner in a southern middle Tennessee law firm. In 2001, Mr. Colvin opened his present law office as a solo practitioner in order to focus on helping individuals who are seriously injured or have become disabled.
“I would say he is the best lawyer we have ever used. We have had some pretty bad experiences with lawyers in the past – John has changed our mind. There are some good one’s & he just happens to be one of the best.” – Maybelle Barnes
Centrally located in Winchester, TN, John offers personalized legal services to communities throughout the Tennessee Valley.
My goal is to aggressively pursue a positive outcome for my clients. Being accessible to all my clients allows me to give every client the personal attention their case deserves.
Tennessee Personal Injury Lawyer
Tennessee personal injury lawyer, John R. Colvin, is a practicing trial lawyer who uses his legal training and experience to help individuals and families throughout the Tennessee Valley region, cope with and recover from the hardships brought on by disability, injury, or the loss of a loved one. His practice concentrates primarily in the areas of Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Premises Liability, and Social Security Disability.
In the specific areas that I focus my law practice, I have an opportunity to help individuals throughout Middle Tennessee who have suffered a tragic loss or have been injured through no fault of their own. In representing my clients, my primary objective is to help them navigate the complex and often confusing legal system in order to assist them in recovering some financial independence and quality of life following a personal injury, vehicle crash or other circumstance resulting in injuries or disability.
One of the many things I enjoy about being a solo practitioner is that it allows me to work directly with all of my clients, allowing me the opportunity to get to know my clients as individuals. Having achieved admittance to practice law in both Tennessee and Alabama gives me the flexibility to work with a wide range of individuals in the Tennessee Valley, without being constrained by geographical limitations.
I have also gained admittance to practice before the United States Supreme Court in order to have the ability and means to take my client’s case to the highest level of justice available, if necessitated and merited.
Nursing Home Injury
When elderly people reside in nursing homes or depend on the assistance of a visiting nurse or caregiver, families expect their relatives are in good hands. But that’s not always the case.
Claimants in personal injury cases may seek compensation for economic losses, such as property damage and medical costs, as well as non-economic losses, humiliation, and grief.
Social Security Disability
This program covers people who develop a disability, including workers injured on the job, their children and spouses. In April 2015, SSDI paid benefits to 10.9 million people.
My office also has a dedicated legal assistant who has specific knowledge and experience that aids in assisting our clients with competence, sensitivity and dignity.
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