Rocky McElhaney Law Firm Announces Grand Opening of Clarksville Office

The award-winning personal injury law firm is growing, and expanding services into the Clarksville area.

Nashville, TN, United States - August 5, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Rocky McElhaney Law Firm is pleased to announce the grand opening of its newest location in Clarksville, Tennessee. The firm is expanding its reach to personal injury victims and families throughout middle Tennessee, who live and work around Clarksville.

“We help people from all across middle Tennessee,” said firm founder Rocky McElhaney. “The Clarksville office will be more convenient for local clients. It will make it easier for injury victims and their families to access the help we can provide. We’re thrilled to join the Clarksville community and look forward to fighting for them.”

About the new Clarksville office location

The Clarksville office, located at 2197 Madison Street, Suite 103, is a bright, modern building easily accessible to visitors. Along with being a site for in-person meetings, the office is fully equipped with the latest technology for conducting remote web meetings with clients who prefer to consult an attorney from the comfort of their own home.

The Clarksville office location will be the fifth office location Rocky McElhaney Law Firm has opened in Tennessee. It will serve clients throughout North and Middle Tennessee, at Fort Campbell, and in Southern Kentucky.

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Rocky McElhaney Law Firm is a Tennessee personal injury law firm with locations throughout Nashville, and holds offices in East Nashville, Hendersonville, and Knoxville. Established in 2002, and led by founder and CEO Rocky McElhaney, the award-winning practice has a fierce reputation of facing off against big insurance company opponents and battling for the highest maximum compensation possible for their clients’ physical, financial, and personal losses.

The attorneys at Rocky McElhaney Law Firm are diligent, compassionate, and dedicated lawyers who fight hard to help serious injury victims get the justice they deserve.

Since its creation, Rocky McElhaney Law Firm has received a steady stream of industry recognition for its dependable track record of client success, landmark verdicts, commitment to ethical standards, and its focus on client relationships. The firm has been named Best Lawyer in Nashville by Nashville Scene Magazine for five consecutive years, and is six-time winner of Nashville Business Journal’s Best Places to Work. RML’s lawyers have also been named by Best of the Bar, National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Attorneys, the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and maintain A+ rating with the Tennessee Better Business Bureau.

To learn more, visit RockyLawFirm.com or follow the firm on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.

Contact Info:
Name: Alexis McCoy
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Organization: Rocky McElhaney Law Firm
Address: 545 Mainstream Dr., Suite 105, Nashville, TN 37228
Phone: 615-425-2500
Website: https://www.rockylawfirm.com

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