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The Wolf Pack is here to help. If you suffered an injury because of the carelessness of another, our Nashville personal injury attorneys will fight for the compensation you deserve.

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You have rights under the law to protect you when you’ve suffered harm due to the negligence, irresponsibility, or malicious deliberate acts of another. While accidents happen, when they’re caused by irresponsibility, you deserve compensation.

These damages can include your medical bills, your lost income, emotional damages, and other expenses that result from your injuries. The process to collect, however, can be stressful and complicated, and you need experienced and compassionate help to collect these damages.

That’s where our Nashville, TN, personal injury lawyers come in. Whether you’re in Antioch, Nolensville, Smyrna, or anywhere near Nashville, The Wolf Pack is here to help you collect what you deserve. We have experience representing many people just like you, and we’ll fight to get justice for the harm you’ve suffered. Give us a call for help today!

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All it takes to get help seeking compensation is a simple phone call or a click online. We’ll make this whole process as easy and stress-free as possible.

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You deserve compensation for the damages you’ve suffered. We are here to protect your rights, and we’ll fight to collect the damages to which you’re entitled under the law.

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No fees and no obligation for your case unless we win. There’s no risk in letting us listen to your story!

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We Know This Can Be Scary

When you work with Phillip S. Georges, PLLC, you’re getting more than just legal help and guidance, you’re getting help from The Wolf Pack. We are known for being fierce fighters for our pack, which includes every client and our entire local community. We understand and care deeply for what you’re going through.

When you’re fighting to get back on your feet, the last thing you need is the stress of an aggressive insurance adjuster and tactics of avoidance by the other side. Let our Nashville, TN, personal injury lawyers fight for your rights. Let us remind everyone that you’re the person who deserves compensation for their suffering. Let us be your trusted, compassionate ally in this fight.

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Do You Have a Case?

If you’re wondering whether you have a case for compensation with a personal injury claim, our office is always available to conduct your free case review over the phone, through email, using our online form, or in person! In the meantime, you may use the information below to get an idea of whether your case will qualify.

There is a broad range of circumstances that can result in personal injury cases, each one unique in the way that it must be handled legally. Some of the common causes of personal injury include the following:

In the state of Tennessee, there is a particularly short statute of limitations compared to other states: only one year. The statute of limitations is the amount of time in which an individual has to file a claim, meaning that an injured Tennessean only has twelve months from the date of injury to seek compensation.

If this deadline is missed, the individual will not have the opportunity to pursue damages at all. When you’ve been hurt by the reckless action or careless inaction of another, it’s important to act quickly to ensure you get what you need to recover.

What Compensation Is Available in a Nashville, TN, Personal Injury Lawsuit?

In a Tennessee personal injury lawsuit, you may be able to recover damages for a variety of losses that you have suffered as a result of the accident or injury. These damages may include both economic damages (e.g. medical expenses and lost wages), and noneconomic damages (e.g. pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life). The specific types of damages that may be available in your case will depend on the facts and circumstances of your situation.

If you are considering pursuing a personal injury lawsuit in Nashville, a free consultation with Attorney Phillip Georges of The Wolf Pack™ can give you insight into your legal rights and options. The office of Phillip S. Georges, PLLC can help you understand what types of damages you may be able to recover, the full value of your claim, and how to pursue a claim for those damages. We can also provide guidance on the process of pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, including any deadlines that may apply and the steps you need to take to protect your rights.

Don’t miss your chance to pursue the compensation you need and deserve — get in touch with The Wolf Pack™ today!

The Insurance Company Is Not Your Friend!

Within just a few days of your accident, you’ll get calls from an insurance adjuster on the other side. They will ask you to sign off on a lowball offer. Never sign anything, and never volunteer any information. No matter how nice they seem, they are not your friend! In fact, often after you refuse to sign their initial offer, they will try strongarm, bullying, and even threatening tactics to scare you into signing.

You are within your rights any time to tell them to call your attorney to discuss the matter further. Refer them to The Wolf Pack because we know how to fight back against strongarm intimidation. We can fight for you and remind them that you’re the one who’s been injured. You’re the one who was hurt, and you deserve compensation. We’re here to be the ally you need every step of the way.

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Next Steps

During your free case review, your attorney at The Wolf Pack™ will review the details of your case and explain the legal options available to you. If it is determined that you are eligible to file a personal injury claim, your attorney and their team will handle all aspects of the process for you.

Proving liability in a personal injury case can be challenging, but working with an experienced attorney like Phillip Georges can provide you with a strong advantage. Your attorney may gather various forms of evidence, such as photographs and videos, medical bills and records, and witness statements, to build a solid case. This evidence can help support your claim for damages and increase the chances of obtaining a favorable settlement.

After experiencing a traumatic event, it can be overwhelming to deal with the aftermath. To alleviate some of this burden, your attorney will handle all communication and negotiations with the insurance adjuster on your behalf, allowing you to focus on your recovery. You should not have to worry about proving the severity of your injuries or fighting for your rights while you are trying to heal. Your attorney will advocate for you to ensure that you are justly compensated for your losses.

Upon conclusion of your case, you will receive a final settlement offer that you can either accept or reject. If you choose to accept the offer, your attorney will continue to work for you to ensure that you receive the agreed-upon compensation in a timely manner.


While you’re legally allowed to represent yourself, it’s critical to have someone who knows the law standing by your side. Because insurance companies are for-profit businesses, they often will pay you less than what you deserve. Why? When they pay you less, they make more. You need someone who can stand up for you and represent your interests. Having an injury attorney from The Wolf Pack fighting for you means you have a much better shot at getting significant compensation for your injury.

The specific kinds of compensation that will apply to your case can vary wildly from case to case. It can include, however, several or even all of the following: medical bills, pain and suffering, emotional trauma, loss of comfort and relationships, loss of enjoyment of life, lost wages and compensation, lost future earnings potential, loss of consortium, and in the very worst cases, even punitive damages. Phillip S. Georges will help you figure out which apply to you.

Special and general damages are the two main types of damages used to value your case. Damages that have a more definitive value, like your medical bills and property damage, are called special damages. General damages are the invisible hurt you’ve suffered and the things that are more subjective. Usually, general damages are more subjective and compensate you for your pain and suffering. These damages vary from case to case depending on your unique situation. This is one of the reasons why negotiation is so important to resolve a case, and why you need to contact an experienced and aggressive personal injury attorney to negotiate for you.

When the insurance adjuster first contacts you within a few days of your accident, they will start asking you all kinds of questions that might be confusing, and they’ll make a very low offer for your injury. This can be incredibly stressful, and when you’re recovering from an accident, more stress is the last thing you need. However, the good news is that you don’t have to talk to them at all. Instead, just refer them to your Nashville, TN, personal injury lawyer at The Wolf Pack and let us handle the stress of negotiating your settlement.

Negligence is the center of all personal injury cases. This legal term refers to another person’s careless or reckless actions that led to your accident and caused you to get hurt. In all personal injury cases, you must be able to demonstrate that the other party involved acted “negligently” in order to have a successful claim. Proving negligence, or fault, typically involves four factors. First, you have to show that the other person or entity owed you a duty. Every person owes another the responsibility to act with reasonable care for one another. This can be as simple as following the rules of the road or maintaining your property in a reasonably safe manner. The second factor is that there was a breach of that duty by acting irresponsibly. Third, you must prove that their irresponsible act was the cause of your accident and injury and fourth you must demonstrate that you got hurt as a result of that accident.

Every case is unique and nobody can tell you up front exactly what it will be worth. After examining your case, your attorney will come up with an estimate of what they feel its value is. The other side will then counter with a value of their own. Negotiations will continue until a middle ground, or the case will go to court.

When you are injured there is a set time established by law that you must bring your claim by. This window of time is called the statute of limitations. If your case is not resolved or a lawsuit filed by the deadline established by law, then you cannot bring a claim. In Tennessee, the statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit is typically 1 year from the date of the accident that caused your injury. This is a very short period of time and it is always in your best interest to contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your accident to ensure you don’t forever lose your right to recover compensation for your injuries and losses.

There’s no charge and no obligation for your initial consultation. When you hire The Wolf Pack to represent you, you won’t pay us anything up front, and there will be no fees at all if we don’t win your case. We will fight hard every step of the way to get you the compensation you deserve, but if we don’t win, there’s no fee.

Again, no one can say for sure how things will play out. Most injury cases, however, do not go to court. This is because going to court is a very expensive prospect, it can draw out, and it’s also an “all or nothing” prospect. In the end, it’s usually better just to negotiate and see if you can come to a common middle ground. Sometimes, however, there’s no other option and court cases do happen.

First, you must complete your medical treatment. Most cases are settled through negotiation. After we review and assign an appropriate value to your case, we’ll submit a demand letter to the insurance company or defendant’s attorneys. The insurance company will then look it over and may issue a counteroffer, which is typically low and less than what you deserve. If this is the action they take, they will also outline why they think our demand is too high. We then go back and forth until we reach a middle ground where everyone is satisfied. This is the way the vast majority of personal injury lawsuits are settled, through a back-and-forth process of compromise. It takes time and patience.

It’s hard to say exactly how long your case will take to resolve because each case is different and unique. If your case is clear-cut, it could resolve rather quickly. If there are a lot of complex factors involved, however, it could take a long process of back and forth to resolve. If it goes to court, it might take even longer to resolve. Just know that your Nashville, TN, personal injury lawyers at The Wolf Pack will fight for you just like you were a member of their own pack. Every step of the way, we’ll work to seek justice for you.

Wrongful death is a type of personal injury suit that arises when you’ve lost a loved one due to the negligence of another person or entity. If the accident in question resulted in the death of your parent, child, or close relative, you may be eligible to receive compensation for funeral costs, medical expenses up to the time of death, and a range of other survivor’s benefits. Contact Attorney Phillip S. Georges, the Wolf Pack Lawyers today regarding any potential wrongful death case so we can help you navigate the legal process in this difficult time.

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