Thomas Bailey focuses his law practice on personal injury, bankruptcy, business, complex criminal and civil litigation. He has successfully represented hundreds of clients in Tennessee State, Federal and Appellate Courts. He is a serious and aggressive litigator. He is a graduate of the prestigious University of Pennsylvania, where he studied business, finance and public policy at the Wharton School, consistently ranked the number one business school in the Nation. More recently, he is a graduate of TACDL’s Trial College and has obtained multiple certificates of achievement for advanced litigation techniques. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville Bar Association, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
BUSINESS: Thomas Bailey has honed his business litigation skills with years of experience in business and banking. His experience includes business formations, resolving business disputes and litigation related to aviation, bankruptcy, construction, business and entertainment contracts, defective products, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, landlord/tenant and real estate.
PERSONAL INJURY: Thomas Bailey has notable experience with automobile accident, tractor-trailer accident, slip and fall accident, nursing home and worker’s compensation claims. He has an impressive track record of settling most claims without going to trial and obtaining maximum policy limits from insurance companies.
FAMILY: Thomas Bailey has experience with orders of protection, divorce, child custody, child support, parenting time, alimony and modifications of existing court orders in Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner and Wilson County courts. Additionally, he has notable experience arguing issues of family law and grandparents rights in the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
Each case is unique. It requires attention to details and a keen understanding of the current, yet ever-changing laws relevant to your case. Therefore, contact attorney Thomas Bailey now for your FREE CASE EVALUATION.
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