The attorneys at Godwin, Morris, Laurenzi & Bloomfield, P.C., have more than 100 combined years of experience representing maritime workers, Jones Act claims, longshoremen, unions, employee benefit funds, and personal injury clients in Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and throughout the South.
Our team of attorneys represents unions in nearly every industry, including transportation, automobile, construction trades, health care, bakery, manufacturing, and public service, in all types of litigation in federal and state court, collective bargaining, NLRB and NMB, and arbitration.
We also represent employee benefit funds, health and welfare and pension funds in their advisory capacity functions and in litigation assuring full compliance with ERISA and all applicable regulations.
From our Memphis, Tennessee, office, we have represented clients in the following types of personal injury cases:
We also represent families who have lost loved ones due to acts of negligence. While nothing can bring your loved one back, our attorneys can help you pursue a wrongful death claim while working hard to obtain compensation to help you financially through this difficult time.
Our attorneys know how to win personal injury battles. All of our partners either have been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America, or are certified as civil trial specialists, and they have at least 25 years of experience as attorneys. We know how to fight against the insurance companies that are trying to deny your claims, and we have experience winning this battle.
We prepare every case diligently from the very beginning. We have everything we need for a swift, decisive victory so you will get the money you deserve for your injury.
Contact us to schedule a free personal injury consultation by calling 901-236-0578 or toll free at 888-508-7939. You can also reach us via email by completing our online contact form. From our office in Memphis, we work with clients across Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and throughout the South.
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