Personal Injury Claims
If you or a loved one is seriously injured in an accident, you may feel as if your life is collapsing around you. At the Knoxville law firm of Pryor, Priest and Harber, our attorneys understand what you are facing. Since 1981, our focus has been on helping individuals and families get back on their feet after life-changing events. If you have been injured and have questions regarding how you can recover compensation, we can help.
Helping Victims Obtain The Best Possible Results
We know there are other law firms that claim to help injured people. Our response? Prove it. For more than 35 years, we have recovered over $125 million for our clients through hard work and dedication to their cases.*
We handle all types of accident and injury claims, including:
- Medical malpractice
- Motor vehicle and pedestrian accidents
- Injuries caused by dangerous or defective drugs and medical devices
- Workplace accidents and illnesses
- Serious and fatal injuries to children and adults
- Motorcycle accidents
Additionally, we offer alternative dispute resolution services — including mediation and arbitration — as well as skilled guidance with criminal, family and estate planning matters.
Supportive ~ Informative ~ Effective
We believe that excellent personal injury legal services involve more than a great result at the end of your legal process. When your case is resolved, we want you to be able to say that all of your questions were answered at every point during the legal process, that we kept you regularly updated regarding your legal proceedings, and that you received proper and friendly support from our entire staff.
Schedule A Free Consultation With A Personal Injury Lawyer Today
Do not wait to seek legal advice, as important evidence may be lost. Contact our firm for a free initial consultation regarding your personal injury case by calling us locally at 865-223-6303. You may also complete a brief online form at any time.
You can meet with us on an evening or weekend by appointment. Parking is available across the street from Two Centre Square at the corner of Church and Gay Streets. Our building is fronted by the famous “rowing man” statue.
*Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.