Choosing an attorney is an important decision. Many times, individuals who find themselves in need of legal services, whether civil or criminal, may not realize the significance of the situation. Or, the individual may appreciate the significance, but may not know where to turn. When the time comes to hire an attorney, it is vital you hire an attorney with knowledge and experience.
The attorneys at Parkerson Santel have a combined 40+ years experience. We have attorneys who have worked as prosecutors for the government, for municipalities and governmental bodies and entities, insurance defense, personal injury and plaintiff cases, civil rights and constitutional violations, divorce, child custody, adoption, business litigation and formation, real estate disputes, will and estates, and the list goes on. We have experience in courtrooms at all levels, from local courts, trial courts, appellate courts, and state and federal courts.
Experience matters. Having a thought-out approach in every case matters. Being able to draw from experience to prepare your case matters. Your case and your future matter.
When hiring an attorney, you need to know you are making the right decision. Hoping your attorney can “figure it out” is not an option.
If you are in need of legal services, the experienced and trusted Murfreesboro Attorneys at Parkerson Santel PLLC are here to help now. Our firm can be reached at 615-956-7938.
Tommy Santel is a co-founding partner of Parkerson Santel PLLC. Tommy is a former government prosecutor. He is a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 General Civil Mediator. Tommy’s practice areas include criminal defense and civil litigation.
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