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Prominent East Tennessee Law Firm Opens Greene County Office
Date:5/5/2010

Terry, Terry & Stapleton also welcomes new Social Security representative to the firm who will be practicing primarily at the Greeneville location.

Greeneville, Tennessee (PRWEB) May 5, 2010 -- A prominent East Tennessee law firm has a new Greene County office. Terry, Terry & Stapleton is now located at 3465 East Andrew Johnson Highway.

The law firm’s connections to Greene County date back over 50 years. The late Charles Terry, founder and patriarch of the family firm, first opened an office in Greene County in 1957 before opening the current office in Morristown.

“Our new office will be much more convenient for our Greene County clients and that is the primary reason for this new location,” said F. Braxton “Brack” Terry, of Terry, Terry & Stapleton. The firm’s main office in Morristown will still maintain regular hours.

Denise Terry Stapleton and brother Chuck welcome a Social Security representative to the firm, Susan Alexander. Alexander will primarily be practicing at the Greeneville location. Alexander has over 14 years of experience in Social Security practice. She lives in Greene county and is a member of Greystone Freewill Baptist Church. Alexander can often be seen at Chuckey Doak High School events.

Since 1957, Terry, Terry & Stapleton has built a strong reputation representing “the man behind the plow.” The firm’s founder, the late Charles Terry used the phrase to emphasize the firm’s commitment to helping individuals and families who have been seriously injured and impacted by the actions or neglect of others. The firm’s founder had one of Greene County’s first $1 million verdicts and later Charles R Terry and the firm obtained several other large verdicts for county residents, including a $15 million verdict against Mazda and a $25 million verdict against Combustion Engineering, as well as a number of other verdicts and countless settlements.

“Dad developed the culture of this firm: our family being together and helping others,” said Denise Terry Stapleton.

Brother Chuck Terry also plays an instrumental role with the firm as a paralegal.

Terry, Terry and Stapleton’s primary practice areas are personal injury, injuries resulting from tractor trailer and automobile accidents, product liability, workers' compensation and, more recently, Social Security Disability.

“Many of the clients we see have been seriously injured and, as a result, are now disabled. We work very closely with our clients in accidental injury cases and many asked us to represent them at Social Security hearings. So, developing a practice in Social Security law was a natural extension of our practice and adding Susan Alexander, who brings a wealth of Social Security experience, was a logical step for Terry, Terry and Stapleton,” said Denise Terry Stapleton.

"Terry Terry and Stapleton develops very close relationships with their clients, an attribute we feel Susan shares," Denise Terry Stapleton added. " It’s rule #1 that you care for your client and that is a priority with Susan as well."

F. Brack Terry is president of the Northeast Tennessee Federal Bar Association in Greeneville. Denise Terry Stapleton is a member of the American Association for Justice Social Security Disability Litigation Group. Both Denise Terry Stapleton and Susan Alexander are members of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives.

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 lawsuit and product liability cases.

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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