Peel Law Firm
Law Firm Overview
The Peel Law Firm, is located in Millington, Tennessee, a suburb of Memphis. Thank you for considering us and for visiting our web site.
Attorney David Britton Peel practices in the areas of Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Medical & Pharmacy Malpractice, Disability, Product Liability, Insurance Claims, Real Estate Closings, Wills and cases involving a Negligent Land Owner/Homeowner.
We believe in talking honestly with clients, and listening to you. There is never a charge for an injury consultation, and we can come to your home. Fees on injury cases are contingent, so you will not pay legal fees unless you receive a recovery. Please refer to the attached articles for information that may apply to you.
You will have your own attorney and will not be dealing with multiple attorneys, as in larger firms.
We practice throughout West Tennessee and appear in both state and federal courts. Please do not hesitate to call if you would like to visit about your situation.
Areas of Practice
- Social Security -- Disability
- Nursing Home
- Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
- Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Products Liability Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Railroad Worker Injury/FELA
- Workers' Compensation Law
Classes and Seminars
- Introduction to Law for the Paralegal, State Tech-Millington Campus
- Leadership for the New Millenium
- Using Medical Records in Legal Matters
- Apologetics and the Truth of the Bible
- Creation vs. Evolution
West Practice Categories
Social Security -- Disability, Nursing Home, Personal Injury -- Plaintiff, Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff, Products Liability Law, Medical Malpractice, Railroad Worker Injury/FELA, Workers' Compensation Law
Offers Free Initial Consultation
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