Areas of Practice

Areas of Practice

Areas of Practice

We Fight For Your Rights

Reasonover Law Firm is highly experienced in handling claims for Personal Injuries (motor vehicle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, semi-truck accidents, wrongful death, construction accidents, brain injuries, burn injuries, premises liability, slip and fall), Workers’ Compensation, and Social Security Disability/Supplement Security Income Benefits.

We handle all claims at the firm so you will not get referred to another firm for assistance. Reasonover Law Firm represents you each and every step of the process and will provide you with an exceptional level of representation. Do not hesitate to call Reasonover Law Firm at 615.241.0405 or contact us online today to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION.


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Personal Injury

Auto Accidents

Every day, persons are injured in motor vehicle accidents across the State of Tennessee. Motor vehicle accidents are the most common form of personal injuries. Regardless of the size of the accident, whether a “fender bender” or serious accident, personal injuries of all types are sustained by Tennessee drivers at the hands of negligent drivers, even drivers that do not have automobile insurance.

However, if you sustain personal injuries in a motor vehicle accident where a driver is not insured through automobile insurance, most often you can recover from your own automobile insurance (if part of your policy covers uninsured motorists) for the injuries.

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

Persons are injured walking down the street, through a crosswalk, in a parking lot, or at a place where vehicles and machinery of all types maneuver. Or even persons riding their bicycles are in danger of negligent drivers on the roadway. Pedestrian and bicycle accidents can be of an extreme nature and cause serious life-threatening injuries.

Truck Accidents

Most commonly referred to as tractor trailer or semi-truck accidents. We have all been in a position where a massive tractor trailer or semi-truck on the roadway or interstate has crossed into our lane of travel, it can be a very scary experience. Some of us have also been involved in accidents where the driver of the tractor trailer or semi-truck was sleeping at the wheel.

Many companies have large trucks such as box trucks or other large truck type vehicles that enter the roadway and perform negligent acts. Tractor trailers, semi-trucks, and all large truck type vehicles that enter our roadway should be held negligent for the accidents and injuries they cause to our community.

Wrongful Death

If a person is killed because of the wrongful behavior of someone, the decedent’s beneficiaries may file a wrongful death action against the party causing the death. A wrongful death can be caused by intentional or unintentional acts that cause an injury that results in death. The unfortunate loss of a loved one can be devastating to everyone involved.

After a death occurs due to negligence, it is imperative to move quickly for an investigation into the matter to secure evidence necessary to prosecute anyone who was negligent for the death of your loved one. Whether the death occurs due to a motor vehicle accident, truck accident, pedestrian accident, bicycle accident, construction accident, or by any other means, you need to contact Reasonover Law Firm immediately so we can swiftly pursue your claim and fight to recover your rights on behalf of your loved one.

Construction Accidents

Many types of injuries can be sustained on a construction site such as, repetitive stress injuries from lifting or other repetitive movements, loss of hearing, amputations, neck and back injuries, head injuries, machinery accidents, and falls from scaffolding. If you are injured in a construction accident, you may be able to recover damages for: medical and hospital expenses (present and future), lost wages, professional care needed from healthcare providers, emotional pain and suffering and possible loss of consortium.

Brain Injuries

Falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can include, unconsciousness, inability to remember the event, confusion, problems with learning and remembering new information, trouble speaking where someone can understand you, dizziness or balance problems, and problems with vision or hearing. These injuries can also lead to an injured person’s inability to hold gainful employment.

Burn Injuries

A burn injury is extremely painful and can be caused by fire, electricity, steam from hot food or liquids, chemicals and other irritants. Burn injuries can be caused at school, a job site, an automobile accident, and many other places. Tennessee law states that if someone was negligent for causing you to sustain burn injuries, they can be held liable for such negligence, including, payment of medical and hospital expenses (present and future), lost wages, professional care needed from healthcare providers, emotional pain and suffering and possible loss of consortium.

Premises Liability

Premises liability includes, but is not limited to slip and fall accidents, animal attacks, hotel/motel injuries, mold and chemicals injuries, amusement park injuries, retail store and mall injuries, food restaurant injuries, maintenance of parking lots, sidewalks, and stairs. This usually comes into play in personal injury cases where you are injured on someone’s property due to unsafe or negligent conditions.

Tennessee property owners have a responsibility and duty to keep their properties safe from hazards to the public. When Tennessee property owners do not maintain their properties in a safe manner, they are liable for the injuries sustained by persons on their premises.

Workers Compensation

You sustain an injury on the job anytime you are in the course and scope of your employment. That means that you must be employed and sustain the injury while performing your work duties. A work injury can consist of an acute injury (you slip and fall while lifting a part and injure your knee or you lift a heavy part and injure your back), a gradual injury (you perform repetitive heavy lifting and injure your back or you perform repetitive hand/wrist movements and suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome), an occupational disease (inhalation of asbestos, mold, chemicals), or death by accident, to name a few.

There are many ways that an employee can sustain an on the job injury. It is also common for employees to have pre-existing medical conditions and suffer an aggravation of their pre-existing condition due to a work accident or work activities. Medical physicians must address whether your work injury is causally related to your work accident/activities. You only have one (1) year from the date of your accident or last payment issued by your Employer on your behalf to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits with the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, whichever is later.

Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Benefits

If you suffer from a disability and cannot work or can work earning less than $1,180 per month in 2018, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits. Supplemental Security Income is strictly a need-based income. However, to be entitled to either, your disability has to be expected to last greater than twelve (12) months.

You may not know that your disability qualifies for a compassionate allowance with the Social Security Administration. Social Security has a list of diseases and other medical conditions that you are automatically approved for Social Security Disability/ Supplemental Security Income Benefits. We have handled hundreds of cases from the initial application phase, reconsideration phase, hearing, appeals council, and all the way to the Federal Court.

Personal Injury

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Social Security Disability

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Personal Injury Specialists

We focus on protecting the rights of clients who have sustained injuries and/or suffered disabilities, whether at work or at the hands of negligent individuals. We specialize in pursuing personal injury compensation, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability claims.