Lawyers Doing Good

June 27, 2013

As an injury lawyer, I know that lawyers everywhere are know besmirched with the unseemly TV ads that seem to trip over each other in a race to the bottom of respectability. But lawyers have done and still do a lot of good.  Abraham Lincoln was an attorney, as was Gandhi and Thurgood Marshall. Lawyers [...]

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Memphis, Tennessee Personal Injury Attorney David Peel Successfully Negotiates $2.85 Million Mediation Settlement For Disabled Client In Truck Injury Case

May 24, 2013

MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – David Peel, a personal injury attorney with an office in Millington, Tennessee, recently negotiated a $2.85 million settlement for the family of a disabled client who died from injuries sustained in a traffic incident in August 2010. His client, who had difficulty walking due to a disability, had just [...]

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May 7, 2013

As an injury lawyer, I help people from all walks of life, from doctors to ditch-diggers. For the last several years, the economic news has just been awful and insurance companies have been even stingier with fair injury settlement dollars. But, in March 2013, the stock market hit a record high, barely eclipsing the prior [...]

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Memphis Personal Injury Attorney David Britton Peel Named to the Board of Directors of “Love Worth Finding Ministries with Adrian Rogers”

May 6, 2013

Memphis, TN, May 03, 2013 –(– David Britton Peel, a personal injury attorney since 1996 with an office in Millington, Tennessee, was recently named to the Board of Directors of Love Worth Finding Ministries. Founded in 1987 by legendary Bellevue Baptist Church pastor Dr. Adrian Rogers, Love Worth Finding was a response to growing requests [...]

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Tennessee Personal Injury Attorney David Peel Selected to Super Lawyers 2012, Also Named “Best Attorney” by the Millington Star Readers’ Choice

May 3, 2013

Memphis, TN, May 03, 2013 –(– David Britton Peel, a personal injury attorney with the Peel Law Firm in Millington, Tennessee, was selected to Super Lawyers 2012 via a patented multiphase rating process that employs peer nomination and evaluation on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement combined with third party research. As a [...]

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

April 29, 2013

As an injury lawyer, I have handled many cases involving Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Often the diagnosis is not made right away, but only becomes clear over time. I recall a particular workers compensation case I handled where a man was struck by a machine while wearing a hard hat. Even though he did not [...]

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America’s Laws Becoming Nanny State

March 13, 2013

As an injury lawyer, I keep up with changes in the law that can affect the victims of accidents. Looking at some of the new laws, one would think we only have two enemies in our country: Fast Food and Guns. Seriously, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has tried to ban the sale of sugary [...]

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Be Wise as a Serpent as a Christian Injury Lawyer

March 11, 2013

I am often asked about the Bible and the practice of law. One shining example is Matthew 10:16. “Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, therefore be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” Christians who follow this verse carefully should be the toughest to rip-off! Instead, as we all [...]

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Billion Dollar Toyota Class Action Lawsuit

January 2, 2013

BILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT Headline-grabbing legal settlements like the 1.1 Billion-Dollar Toyota class-action lawsuit sound much better in total than they do if one breaks them down into actual benefits. If the court approves the settlement, regardless of the large-sounding amount, it is hardly a boon for Toyota drivers. Owners or recent owners can check [...]

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Why Gun-free Zones Don’t Work

December 21, 2012

Gun-frees zones do not work. In fact, with just one single exception, every public shooting since at least 1950 in the U.S. in which more than three people have been killed has taken place where citizens are not allowed to carry guns. But aren’t guns themselves dangerous? Research for yourselves the number of shootings at [...]

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