Firm Overview

Community Service & Involvement

Nashville Personal Injury Lawyers Who Care

Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge is a firm that cares about our community. We are constantly looking for ways to give back to and build up Nashville and the surrounding areas. Our team is proud to play a part in supporting those in need and is always striving to make an impact far beyond our legal practice. We have participated in several different events, organizations, and charity functions over the years. You can review some of the key areas we have invested our time in below.

Bringing a Focus Back on Respect

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Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge launched a contest in the fall of 2011 to shed light on what “respect” meant to 5th graders throughout Davidson County. Randall L. Kinnard has credited his success as a trial lawyer to his commitment to respect every individual he interacts with. The firm began to discuss ways to get students talking about what respect means to them and came up with the illustration contest.

“We strongly believed that this contest would be an interesting way to encourage students to think about the impact that respect can have within their own lives," Attorney Randy Kinnard said. "We couldn't have been more pleased with the result - a collection of extremely creative entries that thoughtfully express the many different meanings of respect."

Since that initial contest in 2011, we have completed five more contests in Middle Tennessee. The winners of the contest receive a cash prize, as well as a cash donation to their schools and their charities of choice. This contest has been a great way to get the community involved—including parents, teachers, and students—in bringing respect back to the forefront of our daily lives.

Supporting Our Local Heroes

Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge - community involvementAttorney Jenney Springers of our firm is the Tennessee Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division District representative for Davidson County. In her role as district rep, she has planned and facilitated an event called Wills for Heroes. This program was created shortly after 9/11 and is held across the nation. Through the program, volunteer attorneys, witnesses, and notaries provide legal assistance to local heroes by drafting wills, powers of attorney, and advanced directives for free. We are always looking for ways

to support military members in our area and show our respect for all that they do for our country.

Giving Back to Children in Nashville

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Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge cares about the children in our community. Over the years, we have handled numerous cases involving children, ranging from toxic toy issues to dangerous prescription drugs. Our firm truly cares about the next generation and goes beyond our legal practice to support our community’s young children.

We support and sponsor numerous events for children in the community, including the Snowflake 5K, which is a run to benefit Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee (PCAT). PCAT facilitates the development of community-based programs through friends, professionals, volunteers, and donors to help prevent child abuse from occurring. We also hold an annual RESPECT Contest and various other events. Randy Kinnard of our firm has even served as Event Chair for the 2014 Music City 5K Christmas Run, which benefits PCAT as well.

Why Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge?

  • Trusted Experience

    Our team of seasoned attorneys includes certified civil trial and medical malpractice specialists who have tried hundreds of cases.

  • Proven Success

    We have recovered millions in record-setting verdicts for our clients varying from medical malpractice to catastrophic auto accidents.

  • Dedication to Our Clients

    We put personal attention on all of our cases and fight for the best possible outcome. Our clients are more than a number or a case to us.

Verdicts & Settlements

Our dedication to our clients and our determination to seek justice have lead our firm to record-setting victories. Learn more about some of our most notable cases.

See Our Past Victories
  • $ 55 Million

    Erin Andrews awarded $55 million in nude video lawsuit against hotel, stalker

  • $ 22 Million

    'Bette Donathan was in an automobile accident. An error in her surgical preparation left her paralyzed from the waist down.

  • $ 15.2 Million

    Cory Wade, 17, suffered multiple injuries from a car wreck. Several different doctors attempted to remove and insert his trach tube, which eventually led to his severe disability.

Tell Us About Your Case

To schedule a detailed consultation with one of our Nashville personal injury lawyers about medical malpractice, a catastrophic accident, or wrongful death, contact our office today. Let us put our team of respected legal professionals, independent investigators, and medical experts to work on your case immediately.

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