Tennessee Divorce, Personal Injury and Trial Attorney.
If your legal problem requires the experienced attention and the deft handling that only a seasoned professional can provide, contact a divorce attorney or criminal trial lawyer at the Franklin law firm of John D. Schwalb, PLLC. We're an AV-rated* firm that offers middle Tennessee clients representation of the highest quality in areas ranging from workers' compensation law, personal injury, wrongful death, civil rights and divorce. Mr. Schwalb is also experienced with complex divorce cases involving the division of marital estates worth millions and the investigation and presentation of serious personal injury and wrongful death claims.
Seasoned trial attorney John D. Schwalb is a Mid-South Super Lawyer** whose experience as an insurance defense lawyer provides a substantial advantage for clients whose claims for benefits or damages will involve dealing with insurers. His familiarity with the methods insurance companies use to assess and defend workers' compensation and accident claims of all kinds can help ensure that you'll receive the full value of your claim. John Schwalb has tried more than one hundred civil and criminal cases to verdict-ranging from serious criminal defense cases to tragic wrongful death cases. He provides aggressive representation to both plaintiffs and defendants and to individuals and corporations.
Our offices are located in the historic Lotz House in downtown Franklin. Our comfortable and friendly atmosphere is intended to put you at ease from your first visit, no matter what the nature of your legal problem. You'll be working directly with one of our named partners at every stage of your case, so you will never have to wonder whether the attorney handling your case has the experience necessary to handle it skillfully and confidentially.
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