Fighting For Those In Our Community
The lawyers at Callahan & Binkley provide the highest quality legal representation available throughout Tennessee. The firm consists of trial lawyers specializing in personal injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice but with experience and expertise in all areas of litigation including business and employment related litigation as well as disputes with insurance companies.
The lawyers at Callahan & Binkley understand the stress a financial loss related to unfair treatment or personal injury can put on a individual and his or her family. They have helped victims of personal injury, death, deceptive business practices, and unfair insurance company practices recover their losses.
The law firm takes pride in providing personal attention and care to each and every client. The lawyers at Callahan & Binkley are dedicated to providing aggressive representation throughout the pre-trial, trial, and appellate process. As a result, they have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and jury verdicts for their clients.
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Fighting For Our Clients
As a former medical professional, Shea Callahan oversaw and participated in some 12,000 surgeries. As such, medical malpractice is not just an area of the law to him. The personal experience he gained during those years echoes through his practice, where he has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for his clients. To view his attorney profile click here or on the link above.
Attorney Andrew R. Binkley comes from a lengthy legal background. To view his attorney profile click here. Together Callahan & Binkley strive to provide residents across Tennessee with high-level legal representation and personal attention on all malpractice and personal injury cases.
To Learn More About How We Can Help, Call Today
If you or a family member has suffered an injury as a result of a medical professional’s error, call us at 800-575-7143 or use the contact form. Our lawyers will work with you so that you get the restitution you may be entitled to.