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Workers Compensation Attorney in Cookeville

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Injured worker

Crossville, TN

#1 Aug 2, 2012
Does anyone have any recommendations for a good worker's comp attorney here in Cookeville?
roupii

Clover, SC

#2 Aug 2, 2012
Injured worker wrote:
Does anyone have any recommendations for a good worker's comp attorney here in Cookeville?


Cameron & Young
not happening

Cookeville, TN

#3 Aug 2, 2012
If you are looking for that sort of attorney. There is not one attorney that will go up against any business in this county. Especially if it is even remotely connected to the city. You should look in Nashville and not even bother with Cookeville.
Honestly

United States

#4 Aug 2, 2012
Steve Quall's he will be running for Judge next elections .Steve is a good Attorney.
very good

Cookeville, TN

#5 Oct 17, 2012
Randy Chaffin is an excellent Work Comp Attorney
lol

Livingston, TN

#6 Oct 17, 2012
not Randy Chaffin. We lost big time with him
very good

Cookeville, TN

#7 Oct 19, 2012
The only way to loose in a work comp is if you dont have a good case
Acufflaw

Cookeville, TN

#8 Oct 19, 2012
Injured worker wrote:
Does anyone have any recommendations for a good worker's comp attorney here in Cookeville?
There are many good options in Cookeville. Depending on who your employer is, some options may be off the table (we call these "conflicts of interest"). I cut my teeth doing w/c in Nashville for one of the bigger advertising firms and have been doing these cases for sixteen years now here in Cookeville. I can tell you without reservation that Pat Fitzpatrick, Bill Cameron, Jon Jones, E Graves, and many others here are equal to any representation you will find in Nashville. You might look at www.martindale.com for attorney ratings from a respected source.
joker

Cookeville, TN

#9 Oct 19, 2012
Pat Fitzpatrick does an amazing job.
Injured employee

Crossville, TN

#10 Oct 24, 2012
Do any of these guys have the cajones to take on CRMC?
Robert Derpsfield

Crossville, TN

#11 Oct 24, 2012
I blew out my butthole while lifting a box at the Costco.
kurtcooksalot16

Walla Walla, WA

#21 Oct 22, 2014
There are some people that have been trying to help me find a worker's comp lawyer. I had a chair break under me at work. It was a very unstable chair and the business didn't get a new one. I actually broke my tail bone on the concrete. It was bad and painful. http://ransomgilbertson.com/
InTheKnow

Granville, TN

#22 Oct 22, 2014
Lane Moore in Cookeville. He does a great job!
DaSpectre

Cookeville, TN

#23 Oct 23, 2014
No question in my mind....Henry Fincher
Dave Oliva

Crossville, TN

#24 Oct 23, 2014
Definitely call Wimberly Lawson. They'll at least give you a good reference.
Robin Dixon

Cookeville, TN

#25 Oct 24, 2014
Got hurt at TTU on August 5th, 2014, hired an attorney here in cookeville, have yet to see any kind of check from Corvel, workman's comp carrier for TTU. They said a check had been sent on Oct 17th, 2014. Still have not received anything. What gives, is this the way to treat people...
Zach

Omaha, NE

#28 Jan 19, 2015
I have a friend that is looking for an attorney to help him get workers comp. I have never dealt with this before so I would like to know if there are any suggestions? I don't really know what kind of attorney to look for. If I could get suggestions for my friend, it would help a lot.
http://www.prediletto.net/workers.html
BandNthejudgewit hmygavle

Crossville, TN

#29 Jan 19, 2015
Anyone who is stupid enough to trust these back woods good o' boy attorneys around this region deserves to loose;. Go to Nashville as one has already told you. These attorneys around here barely know the law and are more interested in landing the account of the type of business you are suing. They can get rich defending them and only make a little representing you. Thomas Jefferson said to take them all out back and shoot them. He was an attorney himself.
These are for the most part the lowest of life who use a pen, a gavel and backroom dealing in secret to seal from the common person. Their day of judgement will come one day sooner than they care for.
Tylequious Jackson

Toronto, Canada

#31 Jan 30, 2015
I was talking to one of my friends yesterday, and he was telling me that he had been hurt at work. He believes that he is being cheated on his workers compensation. He is talking to a workers compensation attorney, and he wants to take his employer to court. I hope that the situation works out in his favor. http://mooneyandassociates.com/personal-injur...
Faylinn Byrne

Provo, UT

#33 Jun 6, 2016
My brother has dealt with a lot of sickness and injury in his life and so he has had to use a couple workers compensation attorneys in his life. He has been pretty successful in getting his claims to go through, but that is because he doesn't just pick any attorney that is recommended to him. He always gets recommendations, yes, but he also checks their case histories and sees if they've had experience with cases just like his. You should do the same and research all of these recommendations thoroughly. http://www.lovettlaw.com/

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