I am a native Nashvillian and have enjoyed building a practice in a city I love. My... more
I am a native Nashvillian and have enjoyed building a practice in a city I love. My legal carrier began defending corporations and insurance carriers but our firm now only represents victims. We have lawyers licensded in Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Texas and Ilinois.
It is my goal to provide first class representation and, as such, I am very... more
It is my goal to provide first class representation and, as such, I am very selective when reviewing potential cases. Likewise, I expect potential clients to be very selective when choosing a lawyer. I believe the key distinction between a good lawyer and a great lawyer is that the great lawyer has compassion and genuinely cares for their clients. I take cases personally and strive to treat my ... view profile
Mr. Coleman was born June 28, 1956, in Ashland, Kentucky. He is married to the... more
Mr. Coleman was born June 28, 1956, in Ashland, Kentucky. He is married to the Honorable JoAnn Spinks Coleman,Retired Warren District Judge since 1981. JoAnn, now manages our Social Security Disability Department at Hughes Coleman Injury Lawyers. They have three children: Jonathan, Benjamin and Andrew, as well as 2 grandchildren Matthanand Eli. Mr. Coleman has been a practicing attorney ... view profile
Brock Parks is a trial attorney and former Metro Nashville Police Officer whose... more
Brock Parks is a trial attorney and former Metro Nashville Police Officer whose practice is solely dedicated to representing individuals and companies in broad areas of litigation. Brock’s law versatility has built a reputation for results in criminal defense, personal injury and business litigation during many years of experience in state and federal courts. Whether it is as counsel in a c... view profile
Nursing home abuse lawyers work with nursing home residents and their families. Nursing home residents depend on the nursing home staff to assist with their daily needs, as well as treat them for physical or medical conditions. Because residents are so vulnerable, abuse can take many forms. Staff can give residents too many drugs or the wrong ones, deprive them of heat or food, or simply pay insufficient attention to their needs. Nursing home abuse lawyers recognize when a resident has been mistreated, even if the resident isn't aware or able to communicate it. Nursing home abuse lawyers know which social service agencies to contact to report abuse, and can have a court-appointed guardian make decisions in the resident's best interests. If a nursing home resident's condition causes you concern, nursing home abuse lawyers can advise you on how to proceed.