Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
The Nashville personal injury lawyers of Rocky McElhaney Law Firm recently launched a new blog website, Plaintiffs Table Blog, providing a valuable online legal resource to current and potential clients.
The site offers helpful advice on a wide range of personal injury and accident-related topics, to keep visitors informed and current on such concerns as changes to Tennessee's personal injury laws, tips on securing workers' compensation, and advice for dealing with auto insurance companies.
"Our new blog site has been designed to complement our main website," said Rocky McElhaney. "We hope visitors will use it as a resource to answer their initial questions and learn more about their rights following an accident, and then let us guide them through the legal process to obtain the best possible personal injury compensation."
About Rocky McElhaney Law Firm
The Nashville personal injury attorneys of the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm have extensive experience representing clients injured in auto accidents, seeking workers’ compensation, and suffering from nursing home abuse. They understand how to position clients to obtain the highest compensation for their physical, financial, and personal losses. They are equipped to swiftly investigate and fully calculate damages, and they will go all the way to trial, if necessary, to secure justice.
The Rocky McElhaney Law Firm has developed a reputation for maintaining high ethical standards while aggressively representing clients throughout Tennessee in personal injury legal matters. The firm has been named Best of the Bar by the Nashville Business Journal for four consecutive years.
The Rocky McElhaney law firm represents clients injured in the following types of accidents:
Call Rocky at 615-338-6121 or contact the firm online to schedule a free initial consultation. From their offices in the historic Germantown section of Nashville, the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm represents clients throughout the state of Tennessee including Memphis, Hendersonville, Jackson, Knoxville, and Gallatin.