A Tennessee Wrongful Death Lawyer Is Your Safeguard Against the Opposing Party

When you lose a family member due to the negligence or wrongful actions of another person, you need an experienced wrongful death lawyer to handle the legal process for you. Let Nashville attorney Eric Beasley and his legal team deal with all the difficult details while you focus on dealing with your loss. There are so many important legal steps that need to be taken at the beginning of a case, and you need a caring and zealous advocate to take care of them and ensure that you receive the proper compensation. You can rely on their highly skilled wrongful death lawyer team to take control of all the details.

Protect Yourself

At this difficult time, you will be confronted by investigators from your insurance company and the other party’s insurance company. You need legal assistance to address representatives of both companies, because each look out for the company first and foremost. A simple statement of facts to either can be used against you later, so consult a wrongful death lawyer before talking to insurance companies. You also need to talk with a lawyer before giving statements to the police or medical personnel. Let the legal team speak for you.

All Types of Wrongful Death Covered

Whether your loved one’s death was from a motorcycle, car, truck or school bus accident, a workplace injury, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence or any other severe personal injury incident, wrongful death lawyer attorney Eric Beasley is able to compassionately and competently assist you.

Tennessee Personal Injury Attorneys

The injury lawyers with Eric Beasley are trained to handle all types of injury and accident cases, such slip and falls, minor and major vehicle accidents and wrongful deaths. The group is centered in Nashville, and they are ready to assist you there, as well as any other part of Tennessee.

Free Consultation

You will have many questions and concerns about the legal process, so call for a free consultation at 615.859.2223. The consultation is free, and you are not charged until they recover compensation for you.