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John A. Day

Car accident Attorney at Brentwood, TN

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About John

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I am a sixty year old board-certified civil trial lawyer who is fascinated by the law of personal injury and wrongful death, also called the law of torts. I have studied the field for over thirty years. I represent people who have been injured and the families of those who have died as a result of the negligence of others. 

 

I grew up in Spencer, Wisconsin, a village about 140 miles due north of Madison. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Platteville in 1978 with a B.S. degree in Comprehensive Business and Economics.

 

 

I then moved to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where I attended the University of North Carolina. I received my J.D. degree in May 1981, graduating with honors. I was elected to the Order of the Coif and served on the staff of the North Carolina Law Review.

 

I moved to Nashville in May 1981. I was an associate and later a partner in a Nashville firm from 1981 - 1992, and had the privilege to learn how to be a trial lawyer from the late John T. Conners, Jr. On January 1, 1993, I left a partnership in that firm and started a firm that is now known as the Law Offices of John Day, P.C.  The practice of our four-lawyer firm is limited to complex civil litigation on behalf of plaintiffs in personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability, automobile and trucking liability and other tort cases that arise from burns and sexual abuse

 

I enjoy bar association activities. I have served as President of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Chair of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Council of State Presidents, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Nashville Bar Association. I am also a past President of the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a non-profit group that certifies trial lawyers across the Nation.  I was board-certified by that organization as a civil trial lawyer over 20 years ago and have been re-certified every five years.  In 2006 I was elected to the American Law Institute.

 

I also enjoy working on committees designed to improve the quality of the legal system. The Tennessee Supreme Court has appointed me to the Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization; I served two terms on that Commission and served as its Chair. I currently serve as a consultant to the Tennessee Judicial Conference's Committee on Pattern Jury (Civil) Instructions; I am one of two non-judges on that Committee. Lt. Governor John Wilder appointed me to the Tennessee Judicial Evaluation Commission, the group that evaluates Tennessee's appellate judges. My service on that Commission ended in June, 2009. I was then appointed to the successor group, the Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission by Rep. Williams, the Speaker of Tennessee House of Representatives. On September 15, 2009 I was selected as the Chair of that Commission and was re-elected as Chair for another one-year term in August, 2010.  I finished my service on the Commission in the Fall of 2011.  I have also served on the Tennessee Supreme Court's Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission. On January 1, 2008, the Tennessee Supreme Court  appointed me to its Advisory Commission on the Rules of Practice and Procedure and I was re-appointed effective January 1, 2014.  My service ended on December 31, 2016. 

 

I have been an active legal writer and speaker.  In 1997 Donald Capparella and I combined forces to write Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault, the only book in Tennessee in the field. John Wood joined us for the Second Edition; the book is published (and updated annually) by Thomson West Publishing Company. The third edition of the book was published in the Fall of 2008. 

 

I have also authored "Day on Torts: A Handbook for Tennessee Tort Lawyers."   The most recent edition of the book, now called "Day on Torts:  Leading Cases for Tennessee Tort Lawyers," was released in 2016.

 

My most recent book is "Tennessee Law of Civil Trial," which was published in the Summer of 2013.  

 

My book "Compendium of Tort Reform Statues and Related Cases, 2008-2014" is now in its fifth edition.  The book is a collection of  tort reform statues and the cases that interpret those statutes.  A new edition, covering changes in the law through July 1, 2016, was released in November of 2065.

 

I have also written over fifty articles on personal injury and wrongful death law.  Several of those articles have been cited by the Tennessee Supreme Court in court opinions.

 

I have been honored to speak at legal seminars across the country. I have given over 250 speeches to lawyers in 19 different states. In 2004 former Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Penny White and former Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Joe Riley and I started "Justice Programs" to offer seminars to Tennessee lawyers. 

 

I was honored to be named in the 1993-94 edition of Best Lawyers in America at the age of 36, and have been included in every edition thereafter. In 2009 I was named the Best Personal Injury Lawyer in Nashville by Best Lawyers in America.  That publication honored me with the "Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Nashville" award in 2010 and 2014,  and in  2012 with the award for the "Best Bet-the-Company Lawyer" award .  Other than the opportunity to represent my wonderful clients, my biggest professional honor was election to the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002 at the age of 45. Less than 140 Tennessee lawyers are Fellows in this organization and less than 20 of those have a substantial practice on behalf of plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death cases.  I am currently serving as Chair of the Tennessee Chapter.

 

On the personal side, my wife Joy (also a lawyer) and I would rather be at our cabin on Tims Ford Lake outside of Lynchburg, Tennessee than any other place in the world. Joined by Sarah (age 25) and Michael (21), my children from a previous marriage, and our 9-year old daughter Kate we enjoy boating and other water sports. We also love to hike.  Joy and I are Tennessee Titans fans, and Joy is an avid University of Tennessee Vols football fan.

 

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Licensed for 42 years
State TN
Status Active
Acquired 1981
Updated 11/19/2022

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

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Law Offices of John Day, P.C.
5141 Virginia Way
Suite 270
Brentwood, TN, 37027-5074
Law Offices of John Day, P.C.
1639 Medical Center Parkway
Suite 105
Murfreesboro, TN, 37219
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Posted by Ron HAll | June 8, 2016
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Very knowledgable
I consulted John Day on some issues regarding ridesharing liability, accidents, and insurance liability. I found him to be extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and accessible. He has kept up-to-date on his knowledge of what is largely a developing area of legal liability.
Posted by brandon | November 24, 2010
Thanks John
My lawyer handle my case very fast and considerable.
Posted by anonymous | November 9, 2020
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Please Learn
If another case consultant says unlawful detention is not false imprisonment, and this company doesn't handle these claims, I am going to ask that it is removed from the website. False Imprisonment is not prison sentences. False imprisonment occurs when a person intentionally restricts another person’s movement within any area without legal authority, justification, or the restrained person's permission. Actual physical restraint is not necessary for false imprisonment to occur. A false imprisonment claim may be made based upon private acts, or upon wrongful governmental detention. For detention by the police, proof of false imprisonment provides a basis to obtain a writ of habeas corpus. Denial of Due Process is civil conspiracy especially of you know, and no one can have Due Process if they are constantly having to teach law, due to statute of limitation, with the exception of case preparation, and case preparation can not happen if a person refuses anyone the first step. Nothing he speaks about on his website he actually represents.
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Response from John Day May 22, 2022
I don't know who he spoke with about this matter, but it wasn't me or anyone in my office. JOhn

Cost

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  • Free Consultation 60 minutes
Payment methods
Cash, Check

Resume

AVVO RATING 10.0 (Superb)

Work Experience

  • Owner
  • Law Offices Of John Day, PC
  • 1993 - Present
  • Shareholder
  • Branham & Day, P.C.
  • 1993 - 2007
  • Partner
  • Boult Cummings Conners & Berry
  • 1987 - 1992
  • Associate
  • Boult Cummings Conners & Barry
  • 1981 - 1986
  • Summer Associate
  • Boult Cummings Conners & Berry
  • 1980 - 1980
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Education

  • University of North Carolina School of Law
  • JD - Juris Doctor (with Honors)
  • 1981
  • University of Wisconsin, Platteville
  • BS - Bachelor of Science
  • 1978
  • Spencer High School
  • Dipolma
  • 1974

Legal Cases

  • Doe v. Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville
  • Case settled after appeal to Tn Sup. Ct.
  • Dooley v. Everett
  • Case settled after appeal to Tn. Ct. Appeals

Associations

  • American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Regent
  • 2017 - Present
  • Tennessee Supreme Court Commission of Civil Rules
  • Member
  • 2008 - Present
  • American Law Insitute
  • Elected Member
  • 2006 - Present
  • American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Elected Fellow
  • 2002 - Present
  • Tennessee Judicial Conference, Civil Pattern Jury Instruction Committee
  • Consulant
  • 1995 - Present
  • Lawyers Involved for Tennessee
  • Board Member
  • 1989 - Present
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Board Member
  • 1984 - Present
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Member
  • 1982 - Present
  • Tennessee Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission
  • Chair
  • 2009 - 2011
  • National College of Advocacy
  • Trustee
  • 2009 - 2012
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy
  • Standards Committee
  • 2005 - 2013
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy
  • President
  • 2004 - 2005
  • Tennessee Judicial Evaluation Commission
  • Member
  • 2001 - 2009
  • Tennessee Justice Center
  • Former Board Member
  • 1999 - 2005
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy
  • Standards Committee
  • 1998 - 2004
  • Southern Trial Lawyers Association
  • Former Board Member
  • 1997 - 2005
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy / National Board of Legal Specialty Certification
  • Board Member
  • 1997 - 2013
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Past President
  • 1995 - 1996
  • American Association for Justice, Council of State Presidents
  • Member
  • 1995 - 1996
  • American Association for Justice, Council of State Presidents
  • Former Chair
  • 1995 - 1996
  • Tennessee Association for Justice
  • President
  • 1994 - 1995
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Languages Spoken

  • English

Awards

  • Top 50 Attorneys in Nashville
  • Nashville Lifestyles
  • 2016
  • Award in Five Categories of Practice
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2014
  • Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Nashville 2014
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2014
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Super Lawyers
  • 2014
  • Receipent
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers
  • 2013
  • National Board of Legal Specialty Certification
  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2013
  • Award Given in 5 Categories
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2013
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers
  • 2012
  • Recipent
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers
  • 2012
  • Award Given in 5 Categories
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2012
  • Best Bet-the-Company Lawyer in Nashville
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2012
  • Award Given in 5 Categories
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2011
  • Recipient
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers
  • 2011
  • 101 Best Lawyers in Nashville
  • Nashville Post Magazine
  • 2011
  • Nominee - Top 25 Tort Blogs 2011
  • Lexis Nexis
  • 2011
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyers
  • 2011
  • Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Nashville
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2010
  • Top 150 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Business TN
  • 2010
  • 5.0 of a possible 5.0 (previously AV)
  • Martindale-Hubbell
  • 2010
  • Award in 5 Categories of Practice
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2010
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyer
  • 2010
  • Best Personal Injury Lawyer in Nashville
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2009
  • Top 150 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Business Tennessee magazine
  • 2009
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyer
  • 2009
  • Award in 5 Categories of Practice
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2009
  • Recognition - 5 categories
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2008
  • Top 150 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Business Tennessee magazine
  • 2008
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyer
  • 2008
  • Top 150 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Business TN Magazine
  • 2007
  • Best 140 Lawyers - 2007
  • Tennessee Business Magazine
  • 2007
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyer
  • 2007
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2007
  • Best of the Bar - 2007 - 2017
  • Nashville Business Journal
  • 2007
  • Best of the Bar - 2006
  • Nashville Business Journal
  • 2006
  • Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee
  • Mid-South Super Lawyer
  • 2006
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2006
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2005
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2004
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2003
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2002
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2001
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 2000
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1999
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1998
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1997
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1996
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1995
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1994
  • Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • 1993
  • Order of the Coif
  • UNC School of Law
  • 1981
  • Member
  • North Carolina Law Review
  • 1979
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Publications

  • Tennessee Bar Journal
  • Mothers, Minors and Medical Bills
  • 2017
  • Compendium on Tennessee Tort Reform Statutes and Related Case Law - 2nd edition.
  • Compendium on Tennessee Tort Reform Statutes and Related Case Law
  • 2013
  • Compendium on Tennessee Tort Reform Statutes and Case Law
  • Compendium on Tennessee Tort Reform Statutes and Case Law
  • 2012
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • Book first published in 1997
  • 2011
  • TBA Journal
  • Who Should Get Burned By Bruce's Torch
  • 2011
  • TBA Journal
  • That's [Not] A Fact, Jack
  • 2011
  • TBA Journal
  • Presents from 'Round Back of the Tree
  • 2011
  • TBA Journal
  • Lack of a Parachute Results in Fatal Fall
  • 2010
  • TBA Journal
  • Hoping Don't Make It So
  • 2010
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • What it Takes to be a Great Trial Lawyer
  • 2009
  • Tennessee Bar Journal
  • The New Medical Malpractice Notice and Certificate of Good Faith
  • 2009
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Neid Claims After Flax and Eskin
  • 2009
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Recreation Limits Litigation
  • 2009
  • Tennessee Trial Law Report - Tort Law Edition
  • Founder and Editor
  • 2008
  • Trial
  • Should You Risk Taking the Case
  • 2008
  • The Verdict
  • What it Takes to be a Great Trial Lawyer
  • 2008
  • Tennesee Bar Journal
  • What it Takes to be a Great Trial Lawyer
  • 2008
  • Ohio Trial Magazine
  • What it Takes to be a Great Trial Lawyer
  • 2008
  • The Prairie Barrister
  • What it Takes to be a Great Trial Lawyer
  • 2008
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Strike one, You're Out
  • 2008
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Discovery Rule: Opinion Causes Headache
  • 2008
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Can a Minor Sue for Pre-Majority Medical Expenses?
  • 2007
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Corporate Veil Not Pierced in Business Tort Case
  • 2007
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Be Careful What you Say
  • 2007
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • The Assault on Patient's Rights
  • 2006
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • The Economics of Case Acceptance
  • 2006
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • What Constitutes 'Bad Faith' in Tennessee?
  • 2006
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • You Sunk My Lifeboat
  • 2006
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • Calaway v. Schucker. Will the Statute of Repose Bar Kaitlyn's Claim?
  • 2005
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • A Primer on the Law of Neglegent Infliction of Emotional Distress
  • 2005
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Ex Parte Communications with Treating Physicians
  • 2005
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Things That Go Bump in the Night
  • 2004
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Abandoning Stare Decisis Is Sometimes the Best Course
  • 2004
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Tort Law 'Blue Chippers' Part 2
  • 2003
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Do You Believe in Majic
  • 2002
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Jordan' Stew
  • 2002
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Tort Law 'Blue Chippers'
  • 2002
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Loss of Filial Consortium
  • 2001
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Fear the Dark No More
  • 2001
  • Tennessee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Proof in Outrageous Conduct Cases
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Made Whole
  • 2000
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • The Law of Informed Consent
  • 2000
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • No Fault for Phantoms
  • 2000
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day onTorts" Column
  • Subrogaton of Future Medical Payments
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • TennCare Subrogation Changes Again
  • 2000
  • Tennesee Bar Journal - Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Plaintiffs Must Bear Cost of Immunity
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Bar Journal Articles for "Day on Torts" Column
  • Issues Raised by Jordan
  • 1999
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • Comparative Fault Cases Pending Before the Tennessee Supreme Court
  • 1998
  • Verdict
  • Mix, But no Match: Preparing a Case Against Pharmacists for Failure to Warn About Drug Interactions
  • 1993
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • Proposed Rule Change
  • 1992
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • Civil Appellate Review
  • 1992
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • Civil Appellate Review - One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
  • 1992
  • Trial
  • Nursing Home Litigation
  • 1991
  • Trial Diplomacy Journal
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1991
  • Pharmacy Law Annual
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1991
  • Fetal Assessment: Physiological, Clinical and MedicopLegal Principles
  • The Role of the Plaintiff's Lawyer (Book Chapter)
  • 1990
  • Fetal Assessment: Physiological, Clinical, and Medicolegal Principles (Boehm, F.A. and Eden, R.D. eds.)
  • The Role of the Plaintiffs Lawyer
  • 1990
  • Federal Litigation Guide (chapter revision)
  • Physical and Mental Examinations of Persons
  • 1990
  • Winning Trial Advocacy: How to Avoid Mistakes Made by the Master Trial Lawyers by Julius B. Levine, Trial
  • Book Review
  • 1990
  • Federal Litigation Guide (chapter revision)
  • Requests for Admissions
  • 1989
  • American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts 3d, 323
  • Proof and Argument of Damages for Elderly Personal Injury Victims
  • 1989
  • Trial Diplomacy Journal (Vol. 4, No 12 pp. 225-235)
  • Evaluating the Potential Medical Negligence Case
  • 1989
  • The Tennessee Trail Lawyer (Vol 11, No. 2, pp.13-19)
  • Evaluating the Potential Medical Negligence Case
  • 1989
  • Trial
  • Elderly Personal Injury Victims
  • 1988
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • The Insurance Crisis: The Myths and the Facts
  • 1987
  • The New Jersey Trial Lawyer
  • The Insurance Crisis: The Myths and the Facts
  • 1987
  • The Tennessee Trial Lawyer
  • Damages for Fear of Future Surgery
  • 1986
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Speaking Engagements

  • TJC Fall Conference
  • Summary Judgment (Panel Discussion)
  • 2011
  • TAJ Annual Convention
  • The New Tort Reform Legislation
  • 2011
  • NBA Lunch and Learn
  • Damages Under the New Tort Reform Law
  • 2011
  • KAJ Annual Convention
  • Economics of Case Selection
  • 2011
  • AAJ Annual Convention
  • Economics of Case Selection
  • 2011
  • Tennessee Association for Justice
  • Economics of Case Selection (Panel Discussion)
  • 2010
  • TAJ Annual Convention
  • Depositions
  • 2010
  • Rutherford County Bar Assn
  • Things That Go Bump in the Night
  • 2010
  • Nashville Bar Association Seminar
  • Things That Go Bump in the Night
  • 2010
  • Justice Programs (4 cities)
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2010
  • Domestic Relations Seminar
  • Changes in the Rules of Civil Procedure
  • 2010
  • Annual Review in Four Cities
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2010
  • American Association for Justice - Vancouver BC
  • On the Road Again: Litigation Against Tour Bus Companies
  • 2010
  • American Association for Justice
  • Getting a Grasp on Costs to Enhance Profitability
  • 2010
  • American Association for Justice
  • Charting Your Course and Defining Your Practice
  • 2010
  • AAJ Seminar - Las Vegas
  • Law Office Economics
  • 2010
  • AAJ Mid-Winer Convention - Maui
  • Moderator - Litigation at Sunrise
  • 2010
  • Tennessee Bar Association - Trial Practice for Today's Litigator
  • Discovery - Effective Depostion Preparation and Strategy
  • 2009
  • Tennessee Bar Association - General Practice Summit
  • Torts and Comparative Fault - Practices Update
  • 2009
  • Tennessee Association for Justice
  • Panel Member, Comparative Fault
  • 2009
  • Tennessee Association for Justice
  • Changes to the TRCP and Rules of Evidence That Will Affect Domestic Cases
  • 2009
  • Tennessee Association for Justice
  • The Law of Trial: Motions In Limine and Jury Instructions
  • 2009
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice
  • The Economics of Cases Acceptance
  • 2009
  • NCATL Annual Convention
  • Economics of Law Practice
  • 2009
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Panel Member, Negotiation
  • 2009
  • Annual Review Seminar
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2009
  • Annual Review - 4 Cities
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2009
  • Williamson County Inn of Court
  • The Economics of Case Acceptance
  • 2008
  • Tennessee Bar Association - General Practice Update
  • Torts and Comparative Fault - Practice Update
  • 2008
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Moderator and Organizer, Master at Trial
  • 2008
  • Tennessee Association for Justice
  • 60 Statutes (and Rules) in 60 Minutes: What You Need to Know
  • 2008
  • Ohio Association for Justice
  • The Economics of Case Acceptance
  • 2008
  • Memphis Bar Association
  • The Economics of Case Acceptance
  • 2008
  • Justice Programs Annual Review
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2008
  • Day & Blair, P.C., Sponsor - Fundamentals Of Civil Litigation In Tennessee
  • Charting Your Course, Deciding Whether to Acceptance Representation, 60 Statutes in 60 Minutes, In the Midst of Litigation, The Law of Trial, How Tp Be A Great Trial Lawyer
  • 2008
  • Upper Cumberland Bar Association
  • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Update
  • 2007
  • Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Conference
  • Leadership Roundtable
  • 2007
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Panel Member, Techniques of Persuasion
  • 2007
  • Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts (Judicial Clerks)
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2007
  • Professional Association
  • Business Litigation
  • 2007
  • Nashville Bar Association’s Estate Planning and Probate Institute: Current Developments, Strategies & Tips
  • Anna Nicole Smith: The Baby, The Body and the Money
  • 2007
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Intentional Interference With Expectancy of Inheritance
  • 2007
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Effective Deposition Preparation and Strategy
  • 2007
  • Justice Programs Annual Review
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2007
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Midwinter Conference
  • Preparing for Cross-Examination
  • 2006
  • Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Conference
  • Leadership Roundtable
  • 2006
  • M. Lee Smith Publishing Audio Seminar
  • Tennessee Tort Law: What's Hot, What's Next
  • 2006
  • Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys Seminar
  • The Economics of Case Acceptance
  • 2006
  • Justice Programs Annual Review
  • Tort Law Update
  • 2006
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Update
  • 2005
  • Seminar, Beyond The Fundamentals of Civil Litigation, Branham & Day, P.C. Sponsor
  • Case Evaluation - Checking the Water Before Diving In, Using Civil Motions to Safeguard Your Clients' Interests, Depositions - Winning Before the Deposition Starts
  • 2005
  • Rutherford County Inns of Court
  • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Update
  • 2005
  • Justice Programs, Sponsor, Nashville
  • Cutting Edge Developments and Practice Pointers for Civil Practitioners
  • 2005
  • Justice Programs, Sponsor, Memphis
  • Cutting Edge Developments and Practice Pointers for Civil Practitioners
  • 2005
  • Justice Programs, Sponsor, Knoxville
  • Cutting Edge Developments and Practice pointerts for Civil Practitioners
  • 2005
  • Justice Programs, Sponsor, Chattanooga
  • Cutting Edge Developments and Practice Pointers for Civil Practitioners
  • 2005
  • Branham & Day, P.C., Sponsor - Unlocking The Power Of The Law, Fundamentals Of Civil Litigation In Tennessee
  • Charting Your Course, In The Midst of the Litigation, Avoiding Litigation Insomnia,
  • 2005
  • Nashville Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
  • Trial Notebooks and Other Organization Techniques
  • 2004
  • Branham & Day, P.C., Sponsor - Unlocking The Power Of The Law, Fundamentals Of Civil Litigation In Tennessee
  • Charting Your Course, Deciding Whether to Accept Representation, In The Midst of the Litigation, The Responsibility of Being A Trial Lawyer
  • 2004
  • Branham & Day, P.C. Sponsor - Seminar, Wrongful Death in Tennessee - A Plaintiff's Perspective
  • Overview of the Law - Statutory and Case Law Considerations, Assessing and Preparing the Case, The Law of Damages, Trial Consideration, Post-Trial/Post-Recovery Considerations, Ethical Issues
  • 2004
  • (Attorney-Client Relations) Board of Professional Responsibility
  • How To Stop Your Clients From Calling Lance, et al
  • 2004
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Evaluating the Potential Medical Negligence Case
  • 2003
  • Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association
  • Evaluating the Potential Medical Negligence Case
  • 2003
  • Branham & Day, P.C.,Sponsor - Unlocking The Power Of The Law, Fundamentals Of Civil Litigation In Tennessee
  • Charting Your Course, Deciding Whether to Accept Representation, In The Midst of the Litigation, The Responsibility of Being A Trial Lawyer
  • 2003
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Associaton, Knoxville
  • Comparative Fault in Tennessee
  • 2002
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Nashville
  • Comparative Fault in Tennessee
  • 2002
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Chattanooga
  • Comparative Fault in Tennessee
  • 2002
  • Tennessee Judicial Conference
  • Tennessee Governmental Tort Liability Act
  • 2002
  • Tennessee General Sessions Judges Conference
  • Comparaive Fault in Tennessee
  • 2002
  • Tennesse Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault Law Update
  • 2002
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Management and Trial Preparation: Organizing Yourself for Victory
  • 2002
  • Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association
  • Effective Deposition Preparation and Strategy
  • 2002
  • Branham & Day, P.C., Sponsor - Seminar, Unlocking The Power Of The Law, Fundamentals Of Civil Litigation in Tennessee
  • Charting Your Course, Deciding Whether to Accept Representation, In The Midst of Litigation, The Responsibility of Being A Trial Lawyer
  • 2002
  • The Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
  • Trial Preparation: Organizing Yourself For Victory
  • 2001
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Annual Review Torts & Comparative Fault
  • 2001
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault After Dodson and Carroll
  • 2001
  • Rutherford County Bar Association
  • Annual Review Torts & Comparative Fault
  • 2001
  • Nashville School of Law
  • Tennessee Comparative Fault Update
  • 2001
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Annual Review Torts & Comparative Fault
  • 2001
  • John Dice Seminar
  • Tennessee Comparative Fault and Tort Update
  • 2001
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Tennessee Tort Law Update
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Judicial Academy
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Florida
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 2000
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • Faculty National College of Trail Advocacy
  • 2000
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • The Use of Summary Judgment Principles to Defeat Motions for Summary Judgment
  • 2000
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America, New Orleans
  • The Use of Summary Judgment Principles to Defeat Motions for Summary Judgment
  • 2000
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Nashville
  • The Use of Summary Judgment Principles to Defeat Motions for Summary Judgment
  • 2000
  • Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association
  • Ethical Issues Facing Trial Lawyers
  • 2000
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association - 1999 Annual Review, Nashville
  • Update of Important Tort Cases in the Last Twelve Months
  • 1999
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association - 1999 Annual Review, Memphis
  • Update of Important tort Cases in the Last Twelve Months
  • 1999
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association - 1999 Annual Review, Knoxville
  • Update of Important Tort Cases in the Last Twelve Months
  • 1999
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1999
  • Tennessee Judicial Conference
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1999
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1999
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Trial Notebooks and Other Organizatonal Tools
  • 1999
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • 1999
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • Accident Reconstruction: When and How to Use an Accident Reconstructionist
  • 1999
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • Negotiation and Settlement Techniques
  • 1999
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • Accurately and Ethically Evaluation the Medical Negligence Case
  • 1999
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • The How To's of Hot Work
  • 1999
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Memphis
  • Tort law Update
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Knoxville
  • Tort Law Update
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Judicial Academy
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Memphis
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Knoxville
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • 1998
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1998
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1998
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault
  • 1998
  • Kansas Trial Lawyers Association
  • In Search of....Charting Your Course As A Lawyer
  • 1998
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • In Search Of...Charting Your Course As A Lawyer
  • 1998
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • The Importance of Front Wheel Brakes on Commercial Trucks
  • 1998
  • Trial Strategies Seminar - Nashville Bar Association
  • Damages - How to Protect Your Client From Ruining the Case ans Other Tips
  • 1997
  • Trial Strategies Seminar - Nashville Bar Association
  • Evaluating the Potential Medical Negligence Case (How to Avoid Misery and Financial Ruin in Case Selection)
  • 1997
  • Trial Strategies Seminar - Nashvile Bar Assoication
  • Damages - How to Protect You Client From Ruining the Case and Other Tips
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Associaton, Memphis
  • Tort Law Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Nashville
  • Tort Law Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Chattanooga
  • Tort Law Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Judicial Conference
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Bar Asssociation, Memphis
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Knoxville
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Tennesse Trial Lawyers Association, Knoxville
  • Tort Law Update
  • 1997
  • Tennesse Trial Lawyers Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Nashville Bar Associaton
  • Trial Notebooks
  • 1997
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Middle Tennessee Paralegal Association
  • Evaluating the potential Medical Negligence Case
  • 1997
  • Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
  • Preparing Yourself to Win
  • 1997
  • Bench Bar Conference - Memphis Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1997
  • Attorneys General CLE Program
  • Trial Notebooks
  • 1997
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Nashville
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Memphis
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyer Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Judicial Conference
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Memphis
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Knoxville
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1996
  • Kentucky Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Twenty-Five (or so) Things to Think About As We Struggle to Juggle Our Law Practice and Our Life.
  • 1996
  • Upper Cumberland Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1995
  • Tennessee Judicial Conference
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1995
  • Tennessee General Sessions Judges Conference
  • Comparative Fault Conference
  • 1995
  • Tennessee General Sessions Judges Conference
  • Comparative Fault Update
  • 1995
  • Professional Association
  • Federal Court Litigation
  • 1995
  • Mississippi School of Pharmacy
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1995
  • ATLA Workhorse Seminar
  • Accident Reconstruction
  • 1995
  • Southern Trial Lawyers Association
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1994
  • Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1994
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Seminars On Applying the New Comparative Negligence Law To Your Tort Cases, Jackson, TN
  • New Issues Facing the Trial Lawyer
  • 1993
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Seminars On Applying the new Comparative Negligence Law To Your Tort Cases, Cookeville, TN
  • New Issues Facing the Trial Lawyer
  • 1993
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Seminars On Aplying the New Comparative Negligence Law To Your Tort Cases, Knoxville
  • New Issues Facing the Trial Lawyer
  • 1993
  • Nashville Bar Association "Back to School Seminar"
  • Comparative Fault
  • 1993
  • Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1993
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Annual Review Seminars, Nashville
  • Appellate Practice & Procedure
  • 1992
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Annual Review Seminars, Memphis
  • Appellate Practice & Procedure
  • 1992
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Annual Review Seminars, Knoxville
  • Appellate Practice & Procedure
  • 1992
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Annual Review Seminars, Chattanooga
  • Appellate Practice & Procedure
  • 1992
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Annual Convention
  • Comparative Fault
  • 1992
  • Tennessee Pharmacists Association
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1992
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Comparative Fault
  • 1992
  • Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1992
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America & NATLE Leadership/Legislative Conference
  • Continuing Legal Education
  • 1992
  • Alabama Trial Lawyers Association
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1992
  • Wisconsin State Bar Association Midwinter Convention
  • Requests for Admissions -- Another Weapon in the Trial Lawyer's Arsenal
  • 1991
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Seminar
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1991
  • Faculty National College of Trail Advocacy
  • Faculty National College of Trail Advocacy
  • 1991
  • Emerging Trends in Litigation Seminar
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1991
  • ATLA National College of Advocacy Seminar
  • Duty to Warn of Potential Drug Interactions: The Pharmacist's Role
  • 1991
  • Upper Cumberland Trial Lawyers Association Annual Seminar
  • Evaluating Potential Medical Negligene Claims (How to Avoid Misery and Financial Ruin In Case Selection)
  • 1990
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America and Johns Hopkins Injury Prevention Center
  • Panelists, Senior Safety Conference
  • 1990
  • Tennessee Young Lawyers Conference - Tennessee Bar Association
  • Motion Practice
  • 1989
  • Tennessee Young Lawyers Conference - Tennessee Bar Association
  • Civil Litigation
  • 1989
  • Tennessee Young Lawyers Conference - Tennessee Bar Association
  • Motion Practice
  • 1989
  • Tennessee Young Lawyers Conference - Tennessee Bar Association
  • Civil Litigation
  • 1989
  • Professional Association
  • Evaluating the Medical Negligence Claim
  • 1989
  • Professional Association
  • Arguing Damages on Behalf of the Elderly
  • 1989
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • 1989
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Accident Arbitration - Plainiff's Perspective
  • 1988
  • Professional Association
  • Request to Admit
  • 1988
  • Professional Association
  • Civil Practice - Plaintiffs Perspective
  • 1988
  • Professional Association
  • 1988 Legislative Update
  • 1988
  • Pediatric Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • Perinatal Asphyxia - Who's at Fault
  • 1988
  • Incoming House Staff Orientation, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • How an Attorney for the Plaintiff Evaluates Malpractice Cases
  • 1988
  • Faculty, National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA)
  • How an Attorney for the Plaintiff Evaluates Malpractice Cases
  • 1988
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Arguing Damages on Behalf of the Elderly
  • 1987
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Civil Practice - Plainiff's Perspective
  • 1987
  • Professional Association
  • Discovery Basics
  • 1987
  • Faculty National College of Trail Advocacy
  • Faculty National College of Trail Advocacy
  • 1987
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyer Association Seminar
  • Tort Reform: An Update for Lawyers
  • 1986
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Participant, Medical Malpractice Mock Trial
  • 1986
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Civil Practice - Plaintiffs Perspective
  • 1986
  • Professional Association, Knoxville
  • Effective Opening Statements - Obe Attorney's View
  • 1986
  • Professional Association, Johnson City, TN
  • Effective Opening Statements - One Attorney's View
  • 1986
  • Professinoal Association, Tuscaloosa, AL
  • Effective Opening Statements - One Attorney's View
  • 1986
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • Faculty National College of Trial Advocacy
  • 1986
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • Recognizing the Claim - Medical Malpractice
  • 1986
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Associaton, Memphis
  • Negligent Highway Design and Maintenance
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Associaton, Johnson City
  • Use of a Vocational Rehabilitation Expert
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Nashville
  • Negligent Highway Design and Maintenance
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Nashville
  • Use of a Vocational Rehabilitation Expert
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Knoxville
  • Negligent Highway and Design Maintenance
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Knoxville
  • Use of a Vocational Rehabilitation Expert
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Jackson
  • Use of a Vocational Rehabilitation Expert
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Chattanooga
  • Use of a Vocational Rehabilitation Expert
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Seminar, Memphis
  • Use of a Vocational Rehabilitation Expert
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
  • Proof of Damages
  • 1985
  • Professional Association
  • Is the Medical Negligence Insurance Crisis Real?
  • 1985
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Nashville
  • Expanding Liability - Litigation Against Bars and Restaurants Serving Alcoholic Beverages
  • 1984
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Memphis
  • Expanding Liability - Litigation Agaist Bars and Restaurants Serving Alcoholic Beverages
  • 1984
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Knoxville
  • Expanding Liability - Litigation Against Bars and Restaurants Serving Alcoholic Beverages
  • 1984
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Attorney endorsements

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Endorse John
Personal injury Attorney | Jan 08
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. John is extremely knowledgeable in matters of tort and personal injury. Not only that, but he is both a highly professional attorney and a person of high character. I had a matter that I referred to John, and although he did not ultimately take the case, he spent considerable time and energy reviewing the matter and in discussing the pros and cons of the case with me. If I had a personal injury case to either refer to John or for John to handle personally for me, I would not hesitate to entrust the case to him. Highest recommendation!"
Personal injury Attorney | Nov 07
Relationship: Worked together on matter
"I have worked with John on several large damages cases, including a med mal trial in Nashville. In my opinion, he is the best in Tennessee at what he does and one of the best in the nation. Very well-respected by judges and other lawyers and his integrity and professionalism are top notch."
Personal injury Attorney | Jul 21
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. John literally wrote the book. I use him as a guide and reference often. He fights for his clients like no other. You won't find a better lawyer."
Personal injury Attorney | Jul 22
Relationship: Worked together on matter
"John is The Best. Period. I recommend him without hesitation or equivocation."
Lawsuits and disputes Attorney | Jul 09
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
"John is an excellent attorney and mentor. I highly recommend and endorse him."
Personal injury Attorney | Dec 28
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. he is excellent and an asset to the Tennessee Bar! jay stillman"
Personal injury Attorney | Oct 01
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. An extremely talented and well respected attorney in the legal community."
Personal injury Attorney | May 26
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse John. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community."
Personal injury Attorney | May 21
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Mr. Day is an accomplished legal practitioner who draws on his vast experience to provide the best possible representation for his clients. He is held in highest regard by his fellow attorneys and members of the community. I endorse this lawyer."
Birth injury Attorney | Dec 23
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer."
Personal injury Attorney | Aug 13
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse John Day without hesitation. He is a lawyer's lawyer in the Tort law area and is helpful to lawyers across Tennessee. I have used once of his Blog posts as a start to research on an obscure or new issue on more than one case. He is uniquely approachable, helpful and professional."
Personal injury Attorney | Jan 16
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer."
Personal injury Attorney | Dec 19
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"John Day is Tennessee's leading expert on personal injury law. His writings and web-blog are a "must read" for anyone practicing in this area."
Car accident Attorney | Nov 07
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"John is an excellent lawyer that I know through the Tennessee Association of Justice. He writes the books on accident/injury law. I have had the pleasure to work with him for many years and found him to have excellent character and work ethic."
Personal injury Attorney | Oct 22
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. John is a dedicated and creative attorney who has his client's best interests in mind."
Personal injury Attorney | Oct 18
Relationship: Worked together on matter
"I have known John since 1991. John is a great lawyer, knows the law, knows how to try lawsuits and continually gives back to the profession. He has always been there to give me guidance. I highly recommend and endorse this lawyer."
Personal injury Attorney | Oct 18
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"Mr. Day is an outstanding attorney. He has literally written THE BOOK for Torts (Personal Injury) for Tennessee. Mr. Day has achieved excellent results for his clients due to his desire to fight aggressively on their behalf. I would recommend Mr. Day to any client seeking competent, professional legal representation in the areas of Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Workers' Compensation."
Personal injury Attorney | Oct 10
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
"I endorse this lawyer. John is a tremendously hard working and personable lawyer. Anyone would be well served by having him on their team."
Personal injury Attorney | Jul 24
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
"John Day is a special litigator. Although I am typically on the opposite side, John's zealous advocacy coupled with his mastery of laws of substance and of procedure affords his clients the assurance that their cases are handled as well as is humanly possible."
Litigation Attorney | Mar 26
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
"I began my legal career working for John as a clerk during my tenure in law school and then as an associate working under him for a number of years thereafter. John is the quintessential example of a lawyer who truly does treat the practice of law as a calling and not simply an occupation. He devotes 100% of his energies and experience into every case that he agrees to take on and, from a client's perspective, it is hard to imagine a better or more qualified advocate to have representing your rights and interests. I fully endorse John and would recommend his services to anyone who is lucky enough to secure his legal representation."
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