Car Accidents in Knoxville, TN
Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee was first settled in 1786, and went on to become the first capital of Tennessee. Today, it is the third largest city in Tennessee, behind the modern-day capital of Nashville, and the city of Memphis. In addition to it being the third largest population center in the state, Knoxville is also home to the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee, the headquarters of the Tennessee Valley Authority which is the nation’s largest public power provider and several other major publicly and privately held companies. Knoxville is also positioned at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Interstate 75, near the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, which gets over 11,000,000 visitors each year. As a result of these factors and more, the vehicle traffic and inevitable resulting accidents in the Knoxville, Tennessee area is substantial.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Knoxville or Knox County, Tennessee, you need a Knoxville car accident attorney who both understands the law and is familiar with the Knox County court system. Every judge is different and, Knox County has its own local rules of court that govern how an injury case is brought and handled in Knox County, so it is important that you have an attorney that knows and understands these local rules. With our firm, you will have a local Knoxville attorney prepared to help guide you through the process, and if your case requires litigation, then your case will be handled by a local Knoxville lawyer who has spent years successfully trying cases in Knoxville Courts in front of Knoxville juries.
The experienced car accident lawyers at Burroughs & Capps have significant experience in litigating all types of personal injury cases before the courts in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee. More importantly, they have handled thousands of auto accident cases in Knox, County Tennessee. As a result, they know and understand the habits and characteristics of the various circuit court judges and they understand how to choose jurors in Knoxville. If you’ve been injured in Knoxville or Knox County, Tennessee, don’t trust your representation to anyone else. Contact the experienced attorneys of Burroughs & Capps today at 865-280-1329.