SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED LEGAL ASSISTANCE WITH PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
Were you in an accident or are you or a loved one suffering because of another’s mistake? When tragedy strikes, not only do victims face innumerable medical appointments and pain, they may be unable to work, losing income while medical bills continue to accumulate. Entire families suffer as a result.
What are your options and how do you go about pursuing them? At Pryor Priest & Harber, it is our goal to help you obtain the largest possible recovery for your claim. With over 200 years of combined legal experience, our law firm has helped thousands of people throughout Tennessee with their recoveries.
Were you injured in a car or truck accident, on the job, on public or private property or from a defective product? Did a misdiagnosis, surgical error or other medical malpractice event result in serious injury? We can help.
Distracting smartphones and their role in fatal car accidents
Smartphones are potentially lethal distractions to drivers.
As long as there have been drivers, there have been distracted drivers. Back in the “old days,” distractions were simpler than are today, but they still existed. Driving while eating, drinking, reading a book/paper/map, changing the radio station, having a lively conversation with passengers or personal grooming have been prevalent for years.
Helping Accident Victims Recover Millions Of Dollars
At the law firm of Pryor Priest & Harber, our eight-member lawyer team has successfully helped thousands of injured individuals and their families in the Knoxville area and across Tennessee and the U.S. We strive to provide legal services that meet the needs of the injured. The strengths of our business model, and the experience and credentials of our attorney team, include:
- Recovering millions of dollars for victims of accidents and injuries throughout Tennessee*
- Connecting with our clients and offering attentive, personalized client and legal services
- Using medical and product experts to review potential cases
- Attaining many accolades and awards that prove we know how to help accident victims
We have worked together for well over 35 years to create a law firm that meets the unique needs of our clients. Also important to you is that our firm has a supportive and attentive family-style atmosphere, and we take great pride in this.
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For a no-charge discussion of your personal injury case, call us locally at 865-223-6303 or send us an email. We are available for evening and weekend consultations by appointment, and if you are unable to travel to our office location due to your injuries, we will come to your location.
Our Knoxville offices are located in Two Centre Square at the corner of Church and Gay Streets. The famous “rowing man” statue is in front of our office building, and convenient parking is just across the street.
In addition to providing personal injury services, Pryor Priest & Harber also provides assistance with divorce, DUI/DWI/criminal defense, workers’ compensation, medical malpractice and mediation matters.
*Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.