Thank you for visiting our website. We are a law firm dedicated to fighting for those who cannot fight for themselves. Since David Grimmett started the firm, we have fought for over 1,000 Tennesseans against insurance companies, billion-dollar corporations, and the State of Tennessee…and we have won. When you call our firm, you will speak to a real attorney with real experience. We built this firm from the ground up based upon our reputations. We will put those reputations to work for you.
Our attorneys spend approximately ninety percent of their time in court. In Nashville, the number of attorneys who actually go to court and try cases are very few. We are not afraid to go to trial and we always prepare every case as if we will finish with a verdict—and the defense knows it. The issues that we deal with are personal and real.
Many people make jokes about personal injury attorneys and call them ambulance chasers. The truth is that insurance companies started this joke so that people would not go to an attorney after an accident. We have seen first hand that without an attorney, an insurance adjuster will offer ¼ the amount which a claim is worth.
The Grimmett Law Firm, PLLC meets with every client prior to deciding whether to take the case. Whether it is a car accident, nursing home abuse, or medical malpractice, we are very selective about our cases and we will only take those cases in which we believe in the client and are willing to take the case all the way. Because of this selection, our clients not only include referrals, but our own opposing counsel as well.
In child custody cases, our clients face the loss of their children and do not know how to win. We do. (Top 10 for Child Custody). David Grimmett has received recognition in Tennessee as a juvenile court lawyer. In 2012, he was the only private attorney in the state selected by the state’s court committee to teach all other attorneys how to try and defend juvenile court matters. Since starting the firm, he has tried several hundred cases to verdict and has been named the chairman of the Nashville Bar Association’s Juvenile Court Committee and has been asked repeatedly to sit as a special judge when all other Davidson County judges could not hear particular cases.