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East Tennessee Firm Of Terry, Terry & Stapleton Launches Redesigned Web Site
Date:1/15/2009

Expanded law firm Web site content includes video library, pages on amusement park injuries and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Morristown, TN (PRWEB) January 15, 2009 -- The Tennessee law firm of Terry, Terry & Stapleton has launched an expanded website to inform clients about their rights after a serious accident and the role the firm's lawyers can play in helping them obtain compensation for their injuries.

"We're delighted to enhance our online offerings to better serve accident victims in East Tennessee," said Brack Terry, a partner in the Morristown, TN law firm. "We have incorporated resources that explain many of the types of cases we handle. The website also demonstrates the approaches our attorneys take to obtain the best possible results for personal injury victims."

The new website includes a video library and the latest information on personal injury legal issues. Among the expanded content are these pages:

  • Updated vehicle accident content, including a new page on the growing problem of commercial vehicle accidents.
  • New content on amusement park injuries.
  • A new page on carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • Added content on the risk of burn injures at home and work.
  • A new page on the various injures adolescents face.

The site provides historical and general interest information on the East Tennessee communities the firm serves, including Cook County, Gatlinburg, Greene County, Greeneville, Hamblen County, Hawkins County, Jefferson City, Johnson City, Kingsport, Knox County, Knoxville, Morristown, Newport, Oak Ridge, Pigeon Forge, Rogersville, Sevier County, Sevierville, Seymour and Washington County.

The website also permits clients to learn more about the family firm's attorneys and staff, including founder Charles R. Terry, who has more than five decades of legal experience; Denise Terry Stapleton, who has been in practice for 20 years; F. Braxton "Brack" Terry, who has been in practice for 11 years; and Chuck Terry, who has served more than 12 as a paralegal investigator with the firm.

In other firm news, Brack Terry was just named to the exclusive 2008 listing of the Mid-South Rising Stars by Super Lawyers publication. Selection was based on votes from other Tennessee attorneys, and no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state were named to that list.

About Terry, Terry & Stapleton

Terry, Terry & Stapleton is a firm of personal injury lawyers and criminal trial attorneys that has served East Tennessee residents for more than 46 years. The firm handles personal injury and wrongful death cases, including car accident claims, workplace injuries, social security disability claims, medical malpractice lawsuits and product liability cases. The firm also represents Tennessee residents accused of criminal charges.

For more information, visit the firm's Web site at http://www.ttands.com/ or contact the firm at 1-800-518-3779.

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