Millions won for our clients since 1991
Multi-million Dollar Verdicts & Settlements
Undiagnosed Meningococcal Meningitis $6.04 Million
Birth Injury $6 Million
Undiagnosed Breast Cancer $5.2 Million
Medical Malpractice $1.75 Million
Wrongful Death $1.4 Million
Motor Vehicle Accident $1.3 Million
Clarksville Personal Injury Attorney
Serving the Injured throughout Tennessee
At Pete Olson Injury Attorneys, we understand what people need after suffering a severe injury. A sudden injury can turn your life upside down and leave you facing mounting medical bills while you may be unable to get back to work. No one should have to face such difficult financial pressure when they should be focused on recovering their health.
Our Clarksville personal injury attorney works to help people secure the compensation they deserve. Over the past few decades, we have built a record of success and a reputation for providing truly effective representation. Our firm has secured multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for thousands of clients.
Whether you have been injured in a motor vehicle collision, harmed by a dangerous drug, or hurt while stationed at Fort Campbell, you can rest assured that your claim is in good hands at Pete Olson Injury Attorneys. Our firm is determined to effectively represent you and obtain the compensation you deserve without losing sight of your personal well-being. From start to finish, we take the time to keep you updated on the status of your case while making sure we address your needs, goals, and concerns.
Someone else’s negligence does not have to be your burden. You have options. For help you can depend on when it matters most, choose Pete Olson Injury Attorneys.
Call us today at 877-GET-PETE for a free consultation.
Cases We HandleHow We Can Help You
- Car Accidents
- Child Injuries
- Defective Drugs & Medical Devices
- Medical Malpractice
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Slip & Fall
- Trucking Accidents
- Wrongful Death
Meet Our Dedicated TeamOver 25 Years of Professional Legal Experience
Sean "Nick" Murphey
Firm Administrator & Legal Assistant
Deborah J. Cherry
Melanie L. VanErt
Why Choose Us?
Devoted to Helping Others
Attorney Pete Olson has been helping injured people since 1991. At Pete Olson Injury Attorneys, we refuse to accept losses caused by human negligence. Our society has safety standards for the protection of the individual and the community as a whole.
Injuries caused by negligent or reckless conduct not only hurt the individual, but also their family, their productivity to their employer, and their contribution to their community.
Pete represents personal injury and wrongful death plaintiffs to help families and to enforce community safety standards one case at a time.
Established, Quality Team
Backed by nearly three decades of experience, our team knows what it takes to win.
Proven Record of Success
We've recovered millions of dollars for our injured clients.
Committed to Fighting for You
We won't let insurance companies minimize your injuries.
We will guide you through the process every step of the way.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)Get Answers From a Skilled Clarksville Personal Injury Lawyer
Q:What kinds of damages can I receive for my injury?
A:If your personal injury claim is successful, you may be eligible to receive compensation for a wide range of economic and non-economic damages including medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost earnings (both past and future), future related medical care, and more.
Q:Why should I hire a personal injury attorney to represent me?
A:While it is possible to represent yourself in your personal injury case, this is not recommended. Statistics show that 95% of personal injury cases are settled pre-trial. When considering whether or not to hire an injury lawyer, you should keep in mind that having someone on your side with experience can help ensure that your settlement is fair and takes into account not only past expenses, but also future expenses.
Q:How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?
A:The lawyers at Pete Olson Injury Attorneys all operate on a "contingency fee" basis, meaning that we will not collect any attorneys fees until we have successfully secured compensation for you. Your success is extremely important to us!
Q:How do you win a personal injury claim?
A:Generally speaking, in order to win a personal injury case you must be able to prove the following: 1) The party you are suing is to blame for your injuries through breach of duty or negligence in some way; 2) The negligent party's actions or inaction resulted in your injuries; and 3) Your injuries have resulted in specific damages, whether monetary or non-monetary.
Q:How long will my injury case take to resolve?
A:Unfortunately, there is no way to accurately predict the timeline of your case. Every personal injury case is different and will vary in length depending on factors like the nature of your injuries, the amount of damages you are seeking, the complexity of applicable case law, the cooperation of the insurance company, the defendant's willingness to settle, and whether or not your case goes to trial. Some cases can reach a resolution in a few months, while others that involve catastrophic or life-changing injuries can potentially take years of litigation to reach a verdict or settlement. Our attorneys will advise you of your legal options and help you get a better understanding of what to expect.
Q:Will I have to go to court for my personal injury claim?
A:It is possible that you will need to appear in court for your personal injury case, however this is unlikely. The vast majority of personal injury claims do not go to court but are instead resolved in the form of an out-of-court settlement negotiated between the involved parties. It is only if a settlement cannot be reached that a lawsuit will need to be filed. While a trial can sometimes yield a higher monetary award, there is always the chance that you may lose and end up with nothing. Since there is no sure thing when it comes to trials, both parties typically want to avoid them. The best way to know what's best for your personal injury case is to hire an experienced lawyer. If your personal injury lawyer can get you a fair settlement for your injuries and damages without the need for a trial, there is no reason not to settle outside of court. But, if you're dealing with an insurance company that refuses to give you what you deserve, and your lawyer thinks you have a strong case, a trial may end up being your only option.
Q:How long do I have to file a personal injury claim in Tennessee?
A:Tennessee has one of the shortest statutes of limitations in the nation when it comes to personal injury claims. Under Section 28-3-104 of the Tennessee Code, you typically have only one year from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit. If you do not file a lawsuit in civil court within this time period, you will effectively lose your right to sue and will be unable to pursue compensation for your injuries. Since investigating a personal injury case can sometimes take months on its own, it is critical you get an attorney involved as soon as possible after suffering an injury to guard your rights and ensure you are compliant with all applicable legal deadlines.
Q:How much is my personal injury claim worth?
A:Unfortunately, there is no standard answer to this question. The value of your case will vary depending on the details of your situation. Your eligible compensation will be determined by factors such as the type and severity of your injuries, the amount of insurance coverage available, and the level of negligence involved. It is best you speak to an attorney from our firm to get a more accurate estimate of your case's value.
Q:Should I accept the insurance company's settlement offer?
A:While it may be tempting to accept the insurance company's initial offer, it is important you first seek the advice of an experienced attorney who understands insurance company strategies and tactics. Insurance companies work to settle claims for as little as possible and will often offer claimants far less than they deserve. Our attorneys will work to maximize your settlement and pursue an amount that fully compensates you for your current and future expenses.