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If you’ve been in a Nashville car accident caused by the careless actions of another driver, you have rights. You are entitled to compensation for your injuries under the law. Unfortunately, without the right legal help and guidance, collecting the compensation you deserve can feel impossible. That’s where The Wolf Pack™ comes in. You deserve to be compensated for your injuries and our Nashville, TN, car accident attorneys will do everything we can to hold the responsible party accountable.

If you need a lawyer for a car accident, call today or click below to get started. We’re prepared to fight for every member of our pack.

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Getting the help you need is easy. Call us at (615) 505-5555 or fill out our online form for a free consultation about your case today.

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We will fight to get you maximum compensation and remind those responsible for your accident that you’re the injured party and you deserve to be paid.

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We work on contingency. That means there are no upfront costs, no fees, and no risk. If you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.

We Know You’re Suffering

We know that you’re going through a tough time. After a car accident, you feel angry, betrayed, and even scared. All you want is to get better again and get back on your feet, but you’re being bullied by aggressive insurance agents and lawyers. You need someone in your corner who will stand up for you, fight for your rights, and take the stress off of your shoulders.

That’s our job. Whether you’re in Murfreesboro, Nolensville, Smyrna, La Vergne, Antioch, or anywhere in Tennessee, we’re here to take the burden off of you and take care of the hard part while you focus on getting well again. Let us negotiate with the other attorneys, insurance companies, and other parties. Let us fight for you and help you navigate these difficult waters.

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If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you may be wondering whether you have a case. The best way to find out is to take advantage of our free case review, during which we’ll evaluate your situation and help you understand your legal options. Below are some factors to consider when determining whether you have a case. 

Don’t hesitate to reach out to our legal team for guidance and support. We’re always here to help you navigate the complex legal landscape.

Below are some of the most common causes of car accidents:

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI/DWI)
  • Distracted driving (texting or talking on the phone, eating, drinking, etc.)
  • Reckless driving
  • Bad weather
  • Ignoring traffic signals
  • Speeding

Regardless of the cause of the accident, it’s important to seek medical attention as soon as possible and to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who can help you understand your legal rights and options for pursuing compensation.

Car accidents can result in a wide range of injuries, from minor cuts and bruises to more serious and life-altering conditions. Some common injuries after a car accident include the following:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury — This is a life-altering condition that usually results from a hard impact to the head, but impact isn’t necessary. TBIs can result just from your head snapping forward. This injury can cause mood swings, cognitive problems, depression, headaches, coordination problems, and a range of permanent, life-altering disabilities.
  • Soft Tissue Injuries — These include bruises, tears, or strains in your muscles, ligaments, and tendons, among other injuries. Anything from a torn bicep to a sprained ankle can be considered a soft tissue injury, and these are some of the most common damages suffered from a car accident. While some heal on their own, others can be crippling and disabling.
  • Back and Neck Injuries — After TBIs, back and neck injuries can be some of the most devastating injuries you can suffer. Like a TBI, they can result in physical, cognitive, and emotional problems. A spine and neck injury can also result in a loss of coordination, loss of function in limbs, and even paralysis or death.
  • Loss of Limb – Another major and crippling injury that can result from a car accident is the loss of function in one or more limbs. This can occur from nerve damage, TBI, or spinal injuries, or it can happen when you actually lose a limb in an accident. Disability from the loss of a limb can be permanent and devastating to your quality of life.
  • Emotional and Mental Damages – Almost every major car accident involves invisible damages that can be just as devastating as physical injuries. These can include depression, trauma, recurring nightmares, panic attacks, and even the inability to have physical relationships and provide comfort to those closest to you. These are the damages that can make it hard to cope with any aspect of your life. You deserve compensation for these injuries as well.

In Tennessee, you only have one year from the date you suffered your accident-related injuries to take legal action against the responsible party. However, these time limits can vary depending upon the specific circumstances surrounding your accident.

For this reason, it’s important to contact The Wolf Pack™ as soon as possible after your accident to make sure you don’t miss out on your right to compensation.


In a Tennessee car accident lawsuit, compensation and damages awarded may include both economic and non-economic damages. 

Economic damages are meant to compensate the victim for actual financial losses incurred as a result of the accident, such as medical bills, lost wages, and property damage, while non-economic damages are meant to compensate for subjective losses, such as pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of quality of life. 

The Wolf Pack™, as a tenacious and aggressive legal team, will fight tooth and nail to ensure that our clients receive the maximum compensation possible for their damages. With The Wolf Pack™ on your side, you can rest assured that you have a team of legal professionals working tirelessly to ensure that you receive the justice and compensation that you deserve. We are known for our fierce advocacy and dedication to our clients, and we will not rest until we have secured the best possible outcome.

Because every situation is different and settlements depend on the facts and legal circumstances of each individual case, the best way to know what your case could be worth is to reach out for your free case evaluation.


The key to getting compensated for your car accident injuries is to prove that the accident wasn’t your fault. Negligence, in its most basic form, means proving that someone else acted irresponsibly, in a way that a reasonable person wouldn’t act under similar circumstances.

In order to prove the other party’s negligence, you need to be able to demonstrate three things:

  • The other driver had a duty of care toward you and the other drivers. (This is the easy part because every driver on the road owes this duty of care to others.)
  • The other driver violated this duty of care in one way or another.
  • The accident was the direct cause of the harm you suffered.

Proving these three items can be difficult, and it’s highly recommended to get help from a professional car accident lawyer in Nashville like Phil Georges. With The Wolf Pack™ behind you, you can trust, that your case is being handled with care, that all deadlines are being met and your highest settlement is being fought for.

Next Steps

The first step is to contact us for your free case review — you can even do this online! We will review the unique legal circumstances of your case and help you understand all of your options moving forward.

If you have a case, The Wolf Pack™ will get right to work. We collect all evidence pertinent to your claim in order to build the strongest case for compensation possible. Medical bills and records, police reports, eyewitness statements, and expert testimony may all be gathered for this purpose.

Once we have built a watertight case, we will send our demand letter to the insurance company detailing what damages you are entitled to. At this point, the negotiation process will begin. While negotiations can take some time, it is worth the fight to get every dollar you’re due. Otherwise, you could settle for less than you deserve by taking the insurance adjuster’s first offer.

Finally, a settlement will be reached and you will have the choice to either accept or deny it — don’t worry, your attorney will provide you with honest, straightforward information so that you can make the best decision for yourself. Once you accept, we will still be fighting for you to get your check as soon as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

The first thing you should do after an accident is stay calm. Call first responders so everyone can be seen by a medical professional. Even if you don’t think you’re hurt, you could be injured without realizing it. Next, if you can, get photographs of the accident scene. The more you can document, the stronger your case will be. Exchange information with the other driver, and get contact information from all witnesses.

It’s always a good idea to have a car wreck attorney like those at The Wolf Pack fighting in your corner. This is because insurance companies are very experienced at avoiding payouts. As for-profit businesses, they make more money when they pay you less. You need someone who can fiercely stand up for you and build a case that gives you the best shot at significant compensation for the harm you’ve suffered. That’s why we’re here: to fight for justice against the non-payment tactics the insurance company uses against you.

Every accident case is unique, and if an attorney ever delivers you an exact dollar value, that’s a red flag. Your attorney will be happy to talk to you about whether you have a case, and possibly provide a range of what they think your injuries might be worth. Always understand, however, that there’s a negotiation process back and forth, and nobody can say for sure what your case is worth.

There’s a broad range of injuries for which you can get compensated. These include medical bills, pain and suffering, emotional damages, loss of consortium, lost wages, lost potential future earnings, loss of comfort, and many others. Phillip S. Georges is an experienced Nashville, TN, car accident lawyer who will work with you to determine your exact needs.

The good news is that you don’t have anything to lose by calling a car wreck attorney to handle your case. At The Wolf Pack, we work on a contingency basis. What this means is we won’t charge you anything at all for the initial case review. Even if we end up having to go to court, no matter how long it takes, you won’t owe us a dime unless we actually win your case and get compensation for you.

You may have heard of the term “statute of limitations,” which details the amount of time you have to file your case. Tennessee is different from most other states in that it has a very short statute of limitations for personal injury cases like car accidents. According to Tennessee Code section 28-3-104, you only have one year after the date of the accident to file your lawsuit. If you wait any longer than that, you could lose your rights to compensation entirely. That’s why it’s so essential that you get in touch with a Nashville, TN, car accident lawyer and file your lawsuit as soon as possible.

In the vast majority of cases, when a rear-end accident occurs, the driver who hit the car from behind is usually considered at fault.

This is because the law requires every driver to give themselves plenty of opportunity to react to sudden situations and to keep a proper lookout. However, there are exceptions. If you can demonstrate that the driver in front of you acted in a grossly irresponsible way, then it’s possible they might be responsible for the injuries you’ve suffered. On the other hand, if you have been rear-ended, the driver behind you will likely be responsible for your injuries and damages. In any case, rear-end collisions can be incredibly devastating and it’s important to contact an experienced car accident attorney to discuss your legal options. If you’ve been hurt in a rear-end collision, contact Phillip S. Georges, the Wolf Pack Lawyers today so we can begin reviewing your case.

Tennessee uses modified comparative negligence to determine fault for an accident. If you are determined to hold a share of the blame for the accident, your award can be reduced by that percentage. If your case is worth $200,000 and you’re found to be 25% responsible, you will only get $150,000. Likewise, if your responsibility is greater than 50%, you will receive nothing.

Report the accident to your insurance company. Don’t editorialize; stick to the facts of what happened. If the other driver’s insurance company sends an adjuster to make an offer, don’t ever sign anything, and don’t volunteer any information! Direct them to The Wolf Pack for further discussion.

In most cases, no. Releasing your medical records could prejudice your claim if they are taken out of context and not properly presented to the insurance company. For example, if your wrist was sprained in the accident and you sign a medical record release, the opposing insurance company could find that your wrist was broken five years ago and discredit the pain you’re experiencing now by claiming it’s a pre-existing injury. You need an attorney who knows how to work with doctors in order to put your medical records in the proper and truthful light.

Medical record releases should only be signed in very select circumstances, and always after you have spoken with an experienced car accident lawyer.

For the most part, personal injury cases, including car accident cases, are handled through the process of negotiation. It starts when we review and evaluate your case. Then, we submit a demand letter, outlining how much we want and why. The defendant’s attorneys will then send back a counteroffer, breaking apart why they think ours is too high. Most of the time, after a bit of back and forth, we come to a middle ground that satisfies everyone. Sometimes negotiations become more complex, though, and we have to go to court. If this happens, The Wolf Pack will fight ferociously for you.

Each case is completely unique. That means your case could resolve in a few weeks, or it could take months of fighting to get through. It always takes some time and patience, and it often depends on how clear-cut your case is. Whatever happens, however, you can be sure that we’ll be there by your side to take on the hard part, the stress and the fight, so you can focus on what’s important: getting well and living your life again.

We are proud to protect the rights of our injured neighbors in Nashville and surrounding areas such as Murfreesboro, Nolensville, Smyrna, La Vergne, Antioch, and beyond. If you were injured in a car accident anywhere in Tennessee, we’re here for you.