Fayetteville Personal Injury Attorney
Fayetteville, Tennessee was founded in 1809 in Lincoln County, Tennessee and owes its namesake to Fayetteville, North Carolina where many of the city’s earliest residents immigrated from. In 1815 the county courthouse, which now sits upon the city square, was completed and was used as Union headquarters during the Civil War. In 1874, Fayetteville replaced the county courthouse with what is now its current structure. Notable frontiersman and statesman David Crockett lived in Lincoln County in the vicinity of Mulberry from 1809 to 1810. Additionally, it has been recorded that the Tennessee Militia encamped in Fayetteville in 1813 before fighting the Creeks at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814. General Andrew Jackson commanded both Davy Crockett and Fayetteville physician, Charles McKinney, during the Creek military campaign. It has been claimed that Fayetteville is possibly the second county seat in the United States to be laid out by a legal mandate with a courthouse square in its center. The records indicate in 1810 a pin was driven marking the spot of the town square’s northeast corner. In 1815, a brick courthouse replaced a temporary log one that stood on the corner of the public square. Fayetteville consists of 7.3 square miles of land area. Today Fayetteville has a population size of 6,994 and supplies a pastoral setting that is close in proximity to the Redstone Arsenal and the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, in addition to other technological and aerospace firms in the Tennessee valley.
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 the Tennessee Valley. The Law Office of John R. Colvin handles workers’ compensation injuries, Social Security Disability claims in Fayetteville, 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 handles serious personal injury claims, including car accidents, in Fayetteville, Tennessee. In 2009, there were 314 automobile accidents in the city of Fayetteville, 57 people were injured in these wrecks. In Lincoln County, Tennessee, there were 775 motor vehicle accidents, 236 people were injured in these accidents. In 2009, 4 people lost their lives in car and truck accidents in Lincoln County.
I have successfully handled numerous Fayetteville, Tennessee car accident cases. I handle all personal injury and car wreck cases on a contingency fee basis, which means my office does not charge you a fee until and unless we make a recovery for you. If you or a loved one has been injured and need legal assistance in Fayetteville, Tennessee, do not hesitate to contact the Law Office of John R. Colvin for an initial consultation that is both free and confidential
DIRECTIONS FROM FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE TO THE LAW OFFICE OF JOHN R. COLVIN LOCATED AT 205 SOUTH HIGH STREET, WINCHESTER, TN:
- From Fayetteville take U.S. Highway 64 east to Winchester Tennessee.
- Take business district exit from U.S. 64 and turn right at first light onto South High Street.
- Continue on South High Street to 205 SOUTH HIGH STREET, which will be on the LEFT.