Our focus is on successful litigation and trial practice, including automobile wrecks and other catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, work injuries, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, and disputes over insurance, land, commercial business, and much more. We are located in Midtown just south of Overton Square in Memphis, Tennessee, but we have helped injured persons and other litigants throughout most of West Tennessee, including Shelby, Tipton, Fayette, Lauderdale, Haywood, and Madison Counties.
Jason G. Whitworth Law Office
Our services don’t stop at handling your claim for pain and suffering. Our depth of experience allows us to anticipate all of your needs at the time of a catastrophic injury. We will also work with you to hold off creditors coming after you for payment of medical bills. Where applicable, we will also help you to recover Social Security disability benefits or private disability insurance. We will help you get reimbursed for medical bills, lost income or earning capacity, and loss of enjoyment of life due to your injuries, as well as for your pain and suffering. In Workers’ Compensation cases, we will also help you to obtain a proper panel of physicians and to select the one that is least beholden to the insurance companies.
At the Law Office of Jason G. Whitworth, we work hard to maximize the recovery of every case, no matter the size. We will work hard to settle out of court where possible, but your case will always be handled by a qualified attorney who is 100% capable of seeing it through to trial if the insurance company refuses to pay what your case is worth. You will never be handed off to an assistant that can do no more than accept the minimum offer. We provide prompt, professional service, with frequent one-on-one contact with your attorney to answer all of your questions.
If you have been in an automobile wreck, please remember that IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SEEK HELP RIGHT AWAY! The insurance companies certainly will. Evidence vanishes quickly. Skid marks and other evidence at wreck sites are quickly washed away. Witnesses forget what they saw and move away and disappear. Mangled vehicles are sold and crushed for scrap metal. If you do not have someone on your side to act quickly to take photographs and obtain witness statements, then your case could melt away with the loss of evidence. Also remember that THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR A PERSONAL INJURY LAWSUIT IN TENNESSEE IS ONE YEAR from the date of the injury. If a lawsuit is not timely filed, then YOUR CLAIM WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.