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"You gave me back a sense of hope and a vision of goodness, something I'd lost with the death of my husband."

The day I walked through your door I was touched by God's grace. You may not have realized you were being used, but you were. You gave me back a sense of hope and a vision of goodness, something I'd lost with the death of my husband. I am deeply grateful to have found you. I think often of the kindness you extended to me and my family. I hope and pray that you are blessed many times over!

"A note or a word cannot begin to express the intense gratitude we have for your expert representation and good friendship."

Well a note or a word cannot begin to express the intense gratitude Terry and I have for your expert representation and good friendship. You are one of a kind. A true and treasured friend. Thank you.

"Thank you for representing us during this difficult time."

Thank you for representing us during this difficult time. We know it was not easy on you nor us. Love your children every day.

"Your advice and bedside manner really helped my parents resolve a frustrating issue."

I wanted to thank you for your time spent with my mother and father last week. Your advice and bedside manner really helped my parents resolve a frustrating issue. Hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a great New Year.

"Thank you so much for your generosity. Your sponsorship helps us to have this incredible learning experience."

Thank you so much for your generosity. Your sponsorship helps us to have this incredible learning experience.

"Kinnard would be on my short list"

Working on the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter book today. Randall Kinnard, a Nashville lawyer, had quite a year. He had three really significant verdicts. This guy is good. I summarize. January - Plaintiff told she didn't have breast cancer. She did. Led to 11 week treatment delay. $1.75 million in Murfreesboro March - He represented Erin Andrews in her case against Marriott regarding the peephole incident. $55,000,000. Nashville. October - Vanderbilt lost a biopsy sample. Plaintiff doesn't (and can't know) if she has cancer. $2,000,000 in Nashville. It was all emotional distress. If I needed a lawyer in a personal injury case in Tennessee, Kinnard (pictured) would be on my short list. He's like Tyler Thompson. Only from a little further down south.

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