Ward Law Firm, PLLC was established in 2006 and has been serving clients throughout Tennessee and across the Mid-South since its inception. Attorneys in the firm are admitted to practice in all courts in Tennessee including the Tennessee Supreme Court and the United States District Courts for the Western, Middle and Eastern Districts of Tennessee, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Tennessee and the United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit.
The firm has been involved in a number of high profile cases but has never forgotten that every case is the most important case to that individual client. The firm is proud that nearly eighty percent of all new business comes from referrals of satisfied clients.
Our office is a team, a family. We have enjoyed success and the pleasure of solving the problems of clients because we believe in ourselves and we believe in each other. We work very hard, put forth our best efforts and make sure our clients know we are doing the very best we can. We share in our victories and in our defeats. We treat people fairly and honestly. We try to be direct and not give false hope. We are imperfect, but we strive each day to be better than the day before. We are a small firm, but we are unafraid and unrelenting. It is our pleasure to serve you.
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