Considered One Of The Best Lawyers In Nashville, TN
As a seasoned Nashville personal injury and medical malpractice attorney, Randall L. Kinnard is a highly respected legal professional. He has been recognized by countless organizations and publications for his exceptional skill both in and out of the courtroom. Mr. Kinnard is a leading lawyer in Tennessee and has been ranked as one of the best in all of Nashville. He has recovered millions of dollars for injury victims over the years, always fighting for the maximum value of his clients’ cases.
Valuing His Clients First & Foremost
Mr. Kinnard emphasizes two things in his practice: competence and respect. He has started many initiatives that shed light on the importance of respect in life and legal practice. Mr. Kinnard truly respects his clients, treating them as a counselor and acting as a friend to them through the entire legal process.
A Strong Track Record Of Success
He stands out from other lawyers by more than just his results and commitment to respect—Mr. Kinnard is certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification and Board-Certified as a Medical Malpractice Specialist by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys.
In his 40+ years of practice, he has recovered many record-setting verdicts for injury victims, including a $22 million jury verdict that was the largest in the state for a single person. This is what sets him apart as one of the premier plaintiff’s medical malpractice attorneys in all of Nashville. He was also able to secure a $55 million verdict for sportscaster Erin Andrews in her lawsuit against a hotel and a stalker.
Award-Winning & Nationally Recognized
Randall L. Kinnard, Sr. Partner at the law firm of Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, has been selected to the 2020 Mid-South Super Lawyers, marking his 14th year of selection. In addition, he is also listed in the Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee and Top 50 lawyers in Nashville. Super Lawyers recognize attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. He has also received the “Outstanding Trial Lawyer of the Year” award for 2016 from the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association. This award is in honor of his superior skills and achievements in civil justice.
The Kentucky Court Trial Review praised Mr. Kinnard's work in the legal community in a post on social media:
"Randall Kinnard, a Nashville lawyer, had quite a year. He had three really significant verdicts. This guy is good.
- 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."
Prior to pursuing law school, Mr. Kinnard attended West Point. He served in Vietnam with the 173rd Airborne Brigade, which equipped him for success in his legal practice. He was awarded the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Purple Heart, Bronze Star for Valor, and Air Medal for his two tours in Vietnam.