Why Choose Callahan & Binkley, PLC?
Patrick “Shea” Callahan and Andrew “Drew” Binkley practiced at the Law Offices of Jon E. Jones before forming Callahan & Binkley, PLC in 2016. The firm initially focused primarily on litigation and trial work in the areas of personal injury, products liability, medical malpractice, and contract disputes. The firm added family law and probate to the practice in 2018 when Amelia “Amy” Phillips joined the firm. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Phillips worked as a registered nurse. She uses her education and experience in health care to assist on personal injury and medical malpractice cases in addition to handling family law and probate matters.
We at Callahan & Binkley, PLC, have years of experience representing injured parties throughout the State of Tennessee. For a free consultation please call (931) 322-5055.
Personal Injury laws in Tennessee
An injury today might cause you more problems tomorrow including lost wages, medical bills, and other unexpected expenses. The laws in Tennessee allow you, the injured person, to hold who or what injured you responsible. You should hire an attorney for serious injuries. It is incredibly unlikely you will be fairly compensated without legal representation. Lawyers can help you with the complex process in resolving disputes in the legal system.
Examples of personal injury cases are:
- Car and truck accidents
- Product liability cases
- Slip/trip and fall
- Vehicle equipment failures
- Work-related accidents
The State of Tennessee does set time limits on how long you have to file your lawsuit following an injury. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible following an injury you think might have been caused by someone else’s negligence.
Reviews & Endorsements
“Callahan and Binkley represented me in a complex injury case filed in federal court. My case was resolved a few months prior to the scheduled trial. While I am not permitted to discuss the terms, I can say that the ability and skill of their team made a lasting difference in my life. Everyone was professional and communication was excellent. I am forever grateful I found their firm and that they took on my case.”
– Ashley W.
Specializing In Family Law, Estate Planning,
And Contract Disputes
Family law focuses on problems involving marriage, adoption, divorce, child custody, as well as other issues. Family law attorneys also provide help for people facing issues not thought of as family law.
Examples of family law areas are:
- Adoption and Foster Care
- Child custody and child support
- Marital property
- Prenuptial Agreements
The State of Tennessee has specific laws related to divorce. We at Callahan & Binkley care about your family issues and are well able to provide our legal expertise. For a free consultation please call (931) 322-5055.
Estate planning involves creating a plan that provides certainty for you and your loved ones. Because such plans differ widely, it is important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney to customize a plan that fits your needs.
Some of decisions estate planning make are as follows:
- Deciding who will make decisions for you if you become ill or unable to make decisions
- Deciding who will care for your children and/or pets in the event of your death
- Deciding who will carry-out the details of your estate plan
- Deciding who will get the property and money you leave behind
Some of the goals of estate planning are:
- Anticipating long-term care needs
- Reducing the effect of estate taxes
- Reducing or eliminating your heirs from going through the probate process
- Establishing rules for your heir’s access to your money and property
- Planning for the future of your business(es)
We at Callahan & Binkley, LPC, listen to your estate planning dreams and act to make them come true. For a free consultation for residents of cities such as Cookeville, Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville, please call (931) 322-5055.
A contract dispute occurs when a party to the contract either fails to perform his or her duties under the contract or disagrees with another party to the contract regarding the meaning of the terms and conditions of the document.
Examples of common contract disputes:
- Commercial leases
- Real Estate Contracts
- Construction Contracts
- Insurance Coverage Disputes
- Consumer contract disputes (product warranties)
- General material breach (refusal to follow set terms with the contract)
- Non-compete agreements
- Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
- Sale of goods contracts
We at Callahan & Binkley, LPC, care for our clients, listen to the specifics of each issue, and use our expertise to fight to win for our clients. For a free consultation please call (931) 322-5055.
Medical malpractice happens when health care providers cause an injury by failing to provide reasonable care under the circumstances. This can include failures to follow guidelines, protocols, policies, or procedures that have been established to prevent the injury.
Examples of common medical malpractice are:
- Anesthesia errors
- Childbirth injuries
- Hospital infections
- Medication errors
- Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis
- Surgical errors
In Tennessee, medical malpractice cases are called “Health Care Liability Actions” and are governed by a complex statutory scheme. For example, these laws require an injured party to provide potential defendants with letters placing them on notice before filing suit. There are several technical requirements these letters must meet in order to maintain a Health Care Liability Action. Like other personal injury claims, there is a statute of limitations, or time limit, for filing a Health Care Liability Action. For this reason, you should contact an attorney as soon as you suspect a health care provider might have caused an injury to you or a family member. You should make sure to find an attorney who specializes in these cases and there are very few, if any, attorneys in Tennessee who handle as many Health Care Liability Actions than Shea Callahan. For a free consultation please call (931) 322-5055.
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321 E. Spring Street
Cookeville, TN 38501
Phone: (931) 322-5055
Office Hours: Monday - Friday (08:00am - 05:00pm)