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Ernest C. Trammell
  • Workers' Compensation

Bradley W. Bledsoe
  • Social Security Disability

Floyd S. Mills III
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Slip and Fall Injuries
  • Product Liability Cases
  • Personal Injury Cases

Workers' Compensation

Workers’ compensation is a state system that pays for necessary medical treatment, loss of wages during a period of disability, and compensation for permanent disability or disfigurement when an employee sustains personal injury or death by accident arising out of and in the course of his or her employment.
Learn more in our Worker's Compenstion FAQ

Slip and Fall

“Slip and fall” accidents can range from falling in a store due to an unknown liquid, stepping in a pothole in a parking lot, falling through a rotten piece of wood on a deck, and/or tripping over a curled up rug the landowner knew to be dangerous.
Learn more in our Slip and Fall FAQ

Personal Injury

We are personal injury attorneys that have over 50 years of combined experience and more than likely we have seen this type of problem before or if we haven’t we know how to go about getting an answer. We care about you, we care about this community, and we care about helping those less fortunate who have been injured by the negligence and/or stupidity of others.
Learn more in our Personal Injury FAQ

Products Liability

The courts and lawyers often refer to "products liability" as the legal concepts that allow a person injured by a defective product, such as an automobile, drug, or stepladder, to seek compensation for injuries against the designer, manufacturer or seller of the specific product.
Learn more in our Products Liability FAQ

Social Security Disability

A person may be considered disabled if he has severe medical conditions which are documented by medical treatment and that person can no longer perform the duties of any job he has held in the past; cannot perform any other job, no matter how easy, on a regular basis; and the disability is expected to last for at least a year, or to result in death..
Learn more in our Social Security FAQ