Personal Injury & Death Claims

//Personal Injury & Death Claims
Personal Injury & Death Claims 2017-06-14T18:14:31+00:00

Vaughn and Hall does not represent insurance companies. They represent people and families who have been injured and have sustained injuries in an accident or other incidents occurring on the streets, roads and highways of the State of Tennessee as well as injuries sustained on private or public properties as a result of a wrong-doer’s negligence.

They believe that you, the client, should receive the fullest compensation under the law to
which you are entitled as the injured party at the hands of a negligent wrong-doer. The firm of Vaughn & Hall has been representing individuals in injury cases for over 34 years. Their compensation, as your attorney, is on a CONTINGENCY FEE ARRANGEMENT. Your lawyers only get paid when you are awarded compensation for your injuries or when your lawyers obtain a settlement for you out of court.

The Law Firm of Vaughn and Hall has years of experience in injury and death claim cases which include:

• Automobile Accidents
• Automobile/Pedestrian Accidents
• Products Liability
• Slip & Fall
• Premises Liability
• Dog Bites
• Catastrophic Injuries
• Medical Malpractice
• Broken Bones
• Hand Surgeries
• Truck Accidents
• Boat Accidents
• Motorcycle Accidents
• Construction Site Accidents
• SUV Rollover
• Premises Liability
• Intentional Assault
• Head Injuries
• Hospitalizations
• Wrongful Death

As your attorneys, they support you in your claim for compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. An injured party needs the assistance of experienced attorneys when they have been the victim of a negligent wrong-doer who has caused them injuries. Failing to immediately obtain legal counsel and discussing your case with insurance adjustors can be very damaging to your personal injury case. It is the insurance adjustor’s job to settle with you as cheaply as possible or by delaying you until the statute of limitations has run. Remember, the insurance adjustor is employed by and works for the insurance company and not for you. The insurance adjustor gets paid by the insurance company, not by you. The insurance adjustor has the best interest of his employer, the insurance company, at heart, and not your best interest. There are statutory time limits which, when passed, cut off the injured victim’s rights to seek compensation for their injuries. It will cost you nothing to seek counsel with the attorneys at Vaughn and Hall to discuss the injuries sustained in the accident in order to give the attorneys the opportunity to evaluate the claim and to discuss the actions and procedures for compensation for your lost wages, medical expenses and pain and suffering.