Allow Our Award-Winning Lawyers to Handle Your Case

Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jan 27, 2016

If you are involved in a catastrophic accident that causes major injuries, it can be difficult to think about anything other than the pain and focusing on getting better. However, true healing cannot occur until the person reliable is held accountable, especially if they were negligent or careless. When you try to seek appropriate legal counsel, it can be difficult to know who to choose, when everyone boasts to be the best. At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, you can trust that our personal injury attorneys know what they are doing. That is because many of them have been awarded Best Lawyers® "Lawyer of the Year." This is an honor reserved only for a qualified few who have displayed strong litigation abilities and knowledge of the law.

Best Lawyers® is an organization that nationally peer reviews and rates attorneys from different fields of practice. They use a rigorous five-step process when determining accolades such as “Lawyer of the Year.” Individuals who receive the highest scores and remarks from their peers are recognized. Peer reviews are even more valuable than other judgments because these are people in the field who score the attorneys performance.

The following attorneys at our firm where named “Lawyer of the Year”:

  • Randall Kinnard – Personal Injury Litigation for Plaintiffs (2013), Personal Injury Litigation (2011)
  • Daniel Clayton – Product Liability Litigation for Plaintiffs (2016), Medical Malpractice Law for Plaintiffs (2015 and 2012)
  • Mark Beveridge – Medical Malpractice Law for Plaintiffs (2016)

If you have sustained a medical malpractice injury or have been involved in a catastrophic accident, you need someone with experience to represent you. Our Nashville personal injury attorneys are renowned for the work they do for their clients. We take the time to get to know your case, regardless of the hour. Call us today to schedule a free consultation.

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