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Henry Queener
Henry Queener
Queener Law

Practices law and appear in the following courts:

  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Federal Circuit
    (he represented a client before the Sixth Circuit in Daniel v. Cantrell, 375 F.3d 377, which has also been included in the annotations to the United States Code)
  • Supreme Court of the State of Tennessee
  • All Tennessee state courts

Notable trial distinctions:

  • The sixth most auto accident jury trials from 2005 through 2014 and the highest number by an attorney, who only represents injured people, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Fifth most jury trials in Tennessee by an attorney in 2008, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Fifth largest auto negligence verdict in Tennessee in 2008, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Sixth most jury trials in Tennessee by an attorney in 2009, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Honorable mention from the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter for the most jury trials in the State of Tennessee by an attorney in 2010
  • Second most jury trials in Tennessee by an attorney in 2011, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter

Henry Queener

Nashville & Kentucky Car Accident Lawyer

Nashville car accident lawyer Henry Queener focuses on handling auto accident lawsuits and other motor vehicle accident cases. He has the specific skill and experience that you need to get the maximum money damages available, and he has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients.

The Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization petitioned the Supreme Court to certify him as an approved mentor of attorneys. The Supreme Court granted the petition by order of the Court of April 9, 2015.

He represents clients injured in all types of vehicle accidents, including auto accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, and bicycle or pedestrian accidents. If you or a loved one was injured in a car accident, contact our office at (615) 682-3313 to schedule a free consultation today.

Car Accident Trial Lawyer Fighting for Maximum Money Damages

If you were injured in a car accident, you need a lawyer who will go to great lengths to get you the maximum money damages available. Nashville auto accident lawyer Henry Queener is more than a skilled negotiator; he is a tenacious litigator who will take your case to trial if necessary to get you full and fair financial recovery. He has filed and handled cases in all three federal district courts in Tennessee, and has handled cases in 70 of the 95 counties in Tennessee, including Wilson, Rutherford (Murfreesboro), Sumner (Gallatin), Montgomery (Clarksville), Madison (Jackson), Maury (Columbia), Putnam (Cookeville) and Hamilton (Chattanooga).

Communicating with Insurance Companies So You Don’t Have To

As a result of his extensive experience, Nashville car accident lawyer Henry Queener has developed an in-depth understanding of the way that insurance companies work, which allows him to anticipate their legal maneuvers and better advocate on his clients’ behalf. He has negotiated favorable settlements with nearly every auto insurance company, including: Allstate, State Farm, Farmers, Tennessee Farmers Mutual Insurance Company (a.k.a. Farm Bureau ), Nationwide, Progressive, State Auto, Cincinnati Insurance, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, Consumers, Erie Insurance, Travelers, Liberty Mutual, Canal Insurance, Great West Casualty Company, Direct, E-surance, 21st Century Insurance, Infinite Insurance, USAA, Auto Owners, SafeCo, Dairyland Insurance, The Hartford, Zurich North America, and Ameca Auto Insurance.

Efficient and Effective Car Accident Legal Representation

With a staff of knowledgeable paralegals and cutting-edge car accident technology, Henry Queener is able to manage car accident cases efficiently and effectively. Together with a team of professionals, he will work to get you maximum financial recovery if you were injured by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, and he can help you better understand the tactics of insurance companies so that you don’t fall victim to various insurance company myths.

When you are in a car accident, you want a lawyer who will guide you through the claim process, understands the way insurance companies work, and will fight to get you maximum money damages. Look no further than Nashville car accident lawyer Henry Queener.

Contact him at (615) 682-3313 to schedule a free consultation to learn more about a possible car accident lawsuit.

Practices law and appear in the following courts:

  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Federal Circuit
    (he represented a client before the Sixth Circuit in Daniel v. Cantrell, 375 F.3d 377, which has also been included in the annotations to the United States Code)
  • Supreme Court of the State of Tennessee
  • All Tennessee state courts

Notable trial distinctions:

  • The sixth most auto accident jury trials from 2005 through 2014 and the highest number by an attorney, who only represents injured people, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Fifth most jury trials in Tennessee by an attorney in 2008, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Fifth largest auto negligence verdict in Tennessee in 2008, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Sixth most jury trials in Tennessee by an attorney in 2009, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
  • Honorable mention from the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter for the most jury trials in the State of Tennessee by an attorney in 2010
  • Second most jury trials in Tennessee by an attorney in 2011, according to the Tennessee Jury Verdict Reporter
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