Nashville -- it’s a country music haven. Honky tonks, cowboy boots, and the Grand Ole Opry. It also has numerous colleges spread throughout the metropolitan area. From Tennessee State, David Lipscomb, and the American Baptist College to Belmont and Vanderbilt, it’s not hard to understand why it’s known as the “Athens of the South.” Yet, even with it’s endless profusion of music and scholastic achievements, legal problems can happen to anyone, cowboy or coed. If you have a legal matter, read the following articles. You will learn about local courthouses, free and low-cost legal aid and more.
Nashville is a large area serving a diverse population. Naturally, there are quite a few courthouses. Find valuable information about the “Music City” judicial system such as a list of state and federal courts, addresses, maps, and more.
Sometimes, you just need legal advice. What if you can’t afford to hire an attorney? Davidson County has many options for free or low-cost legal aid. Here’s a list of providers in the areas who offer legal services to those who qualify.
Whether you were pulled over after downing beers at a honky tonk, or after sipping too many glasses of bubbly at your sister’s bachelorette party, DUI arrests shouldn’t be taken lightly. They can impact your entire life. Here’s some general information about the process of a DUI case in Nashville.
Car accidents can happen to anyone, even the most cautious of Nashville drivers. It's important to know what to do after an accident. There’s important steps you should follow to protect yourself and preserve your rights. Learn what to do at the scene, how personal injury laws work, what insurers do after an accident, and more.