Are You the Victim of a Personal Injury Accident in Tennessee?
You have every right to seek justice. The experienced legal team at Weir & Kestner Injury Attorneys focus on providing the best possible representation to victims of all types of personal injuries caused by the negligence of others.
Your vehicle is stopped in stand-still traffic.You’re thinking about work and the kids.Suddenly you’re violently jarred and hear a loud crash.You try and get your bearings.You smell smoke.Your airbags have deployed.You know your vehicle is damaged in the front and rear.You think you see the vehicles, but you’re disoriented.Your adrenaline and cortisol levels rise.The police arrive and suddenly you’re being asked lots of questions.The ambulance shows up.Now, you’re going to the hospital.
The above scenario plays out every day on Tennessee roads.Once a wreck happens, injuries caused by car accidents come in all different forms.Some are very serious with multiple injuries.Sometimes, they’re soft-tissue based.Sometimes they’re musculoskeletal based.Sometimes the pain is immediate.Sometimes it takes longer for injuries to manifest.
After an accident, you may also start getting phone calls from insurance companies.Sometimes you even get calls from shady out-of-state accident solicitors, who promise free treatment. All the while you just want to get back to their normal life without pain.Instead, you’ve had to go to the emergency room,miss work, and get medical treatment.
At Weir & Kestner Injury Lawyers, we want to be involved as early as possible, so that your injury rights are maximally protected.But, the reality is clients sometimes call us early on and sometimes it’s months after the accident.The biggest thing we hear from our clients once we’re hired is their stress level goes down. When we’re hired, we clearly communicate the legal plan to our clients and get to work.Clients who have been stressed out now leave our meeting feeling empowered. If you or a family member needs help, Weir & Kestner Injury Lawyers are here to assist.