Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge

The Kinnard Clayton & Beveridge law firm in Nashville, Tennessee, helps accident victims and their families seek justice for their injuries and losses. Serving clients throughout Tennessee as well as in neighboring states, we represent clients who have legal needs related to any of the following:

·         Medical malpractice

·         Birth injuries

·         Child injuries

·         Catastrophic injuries

·         Personal injury

·         Trucking accidents

·         Motor vehicle accidents

·         Wrongful death

·         Products liability

Led by experienced attorney Randall L. Kinnard, our law firm fights aggressively to protect victims' rights and secure the compensation they deserve. Having been in business for over 35 years, we have the skills and resources necessary to handle any case regardless of its complexity. Although we seek to settle cases out of court where possible, we will not hesitate to go to trial when necessary to obtain the damages our clients seek.

Attorney Kinnard is a senior partner with our firm. Throughout his career, he has secured substantial settlements on behalf of his clients. Most notably, he was able to obtain a $55 million settlement for sportscaster Erin Andrews in her case against a hotel and a stalker. Together with his team of partners and associate attorneys, Mr. Kinnard and our law firm are recognized in Tennessee and throughout the nation for their ability to secure a record-setting settlements and verdicts.

At our law firm, Kinnard Clayton & Beveridge, we limit the number of cases we handle at any given time to ensure our clients receive the personalized attention they deserve. Our mission is to assist our clients with their legal issues, protect their safety and hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligent actions. Our law firm also offers free initial consultations as an added measure of convenience for our clients.

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