For more than 20 years, the name Bond & Botes has been associated with helping people in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee deal with credit card debt, home mortgage debt, car and other loan debt – debts that for many different reasons have become overwhelming and unmanageable.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are often the most effective ways to get debts completely cleared (Chapter 7) or under control (Chapter 13), but there are other options, too. That is why we offer every potential client a FREE face-to-face consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. We want you to know your rights and your options before you make an important decision about your financial future.
At Baker Associates, personal injury and criminal defense representation is provided by our lawyers serving those in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge areas.
Davis & Hoss, PC Chattanooga, Tennessee 423-266-0605
If you are facing a federal investigation, criminal charges or a serious civil case, the attorneys at Davis & Hoss have the knowledge, practical experience and skill to effectively represent you.
We have tried a great variety cases: from federal criminal bank fraud matters to federal drug and conspiracy charges. While our federal cases have taken us across the country, our home office is in Chattanooga, Tennessee where we frequently are in federal and state court. For federal cases on appeal we appear in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Ohio. In state cases we represent clients in all Tennessee Courts including the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. Our attorneys are also licensed in Georgia and California.
We defend people in criminal state court in cases that range from serious felonies to first time offenders with DUI charges in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
“My philosophy is to provide clients with quality, timely advice that draws from our experience in the courts. We are a law practice that brings common sense solutions to often intimidating situations. My clients have access to me when they need me. ” Lee Davis.
“Our clients know that we are fully prepared to represent them. We employ a team approach where Lee and I work with investigators, experts in various fields, and our legal staff to execute a plan of representation that is best suited for each case.” Bryan Hoss
Court can be stressful and sometimes intimidating. However, if you have a case headed to court it is best to have with you someone with years of success with these issues. We have been talking to judges, juries and prosecutors, about serious legal matters and winning cases since 1986.
Lee Davis and Bryan Hoss are the principal law partners at Davis & Hoss, PC. We have represented clients in Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, Kansas, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Virginia and Cadiz, Spain.
Our civil cases are varied: from an award of damages in a complex e-coli case to a jury verdict in favor of two police officers against a city for age discrimination. Our negligence settlements include accidents involving cars and trucks to premises liability. We have successfully settled, mediated, or tried to a jury hundreds of cases on behalf of our civil clients.
Everyone makes mistakes. Your mistake may have been driving after a few too many drinks. It may have been losing your temper and becoming violent. It may have been using and selling drugs. Whatever the mistake, whatever the circumstances, whatever the charges — at the law office of Leslie M. Jeffress, Attorney at Law, we believe that you are entitled to an experienced lawyer who will fight for your rights
Methadone Law is a site committed to representing families of those injured or who died as a result of a methadone overdose prescribed by a physician, hospital or methadone clinic.
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