Fight Back after an Accident

Consult a skilled accident attorney in Central Tennessee & Central Florida!

Were you injured in an accident? You don't need to go through the process alone-let an experienced accident attorney from Bordulis Law guide you each step of the way. We understand that trying to pay expensive medical bills can be overwhelming. That's why we'll work hard to get you the compensation you deserve.

You can count on us to provide legal representation for all kinds of personal injury cases, including those involving:

Automobile accidents

Slip/Trip and Fall Injuries 

Premises Liability

Bicycle Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

Homeowner's Insurance Disputes

Wrongful Death

Chemical Toxic Exposure

Injuries Involving Amputations 

Burns

Dog Bite

Negligence

Medical Malpractice

Call now to speak with a qualified accident attorney in either Franklin, TN about your situation. We're standing by to help.

We have OFFICES IN Franklin TN and Longwood FL and PROUDLY SERVE all of middle Tennessee and central Florida including:

Brentwood TN | Nashville TN | Murfreesboro TN | Columbia TN | Orlando FL

Know your legal rights in a wrongful death case

If your loved one was killed in an accident, you shouldn't have to pay the funeral costs yourself. Fight for due compensation to cover your financial and emotional loss.

You don't have to take on the insurance company by yourself-instead, turn to a wrongful death attorney at Bordulis Law for capable legal representation. We'll explain the process, review the facts and negotiate an equitable agreement.

Statute of Limitations

In Tennessee, the statute of limitations for all personal injury cases is one year from the date of injury. This means that any lawsuit must be filed by that date. It's important that you secure legal representation quickly after an injury to ensure you preserve your claim and take all steps necessary to perfect your rights to seek legal redress for your injuries.

Tennessee Comparative Fault Rules

In Tennessee, if a jury finds that you bear some amount blame for the incident, whether it is a slip and fall or some other premises liability, "comparative negligence" rules will be applied to reduce the damages you receive for your injuries. For example, a jury may determine that you should have been more careful in avoiding the dangerous condition on the property. So, if you are found 20% at fault for the incident, and the jury awards $100,000 in damages, that award will be reduced to $80,000.

Also, under Tennessee's rules, if you are found to be 50 percent or greater at fault, you cannot recover anything for your damages. We thoroughly investigate the facts of each incident and provide you with an honest assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your case, including any comparative fault on your behalf.

Slip/Trip and Fall Injuries

If you have slipped or tripped and fallen sustaining injury on someone else's property, we are here to help. There are specific duties and obligations of a landowner/business owner to ensure the ground or other surfaces are safe to walk upon or traverse. Failure in either the design or the maintenance of those walkways and surfaces may result in negligence and provide a means of recovery for injuries sustained due to that negligence. Once an injury occurs it is very important that photographs are taken to document the condition of the surface that caused the fall. Even a delay in hours or days may result in the surface area being repaired with no ability to document the actual condition of the surface at the time of the accident. It is also important that the type of shoes you were wearing at the time of the fall are preserved as well as any evidence that may have been transferred onto the shoes. Let our team help you in preparing, documenting and handling your injury claim.

Premises Liability

Injuries can happen anywhere. If you were injured on the premises of another due to a negligent condition you may be entitled to compensation. Premises liability claims cover a wide variety of injuries. These injuries may have been sustained by objects falling from above, defective lighting, negligent security, and improper building/construction techniques. These claims may be very complex and involve multiple layers of insurance. We are here to help you and to fight for the compensation allowed under the law!
Call now to speak with a qualified accident attorney in Franklin, TN about your situation. We're standing by to help.