When faced with a legal problem, you want a law firm prepared to fight for your rights and protect your best interests. Whether you are recently entering a dispute or you are deep into complex litigation, Crocker Carter Hall offers a team of attorneys that has the skill, dedication and experience to effectively handle your case. We serve clients in Jackson and throughout Western Tennessee in the following practice areas:
We are experienced personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers who will fight hard to recover maximum compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, long-term care needs, wrongful death, and any other personal or financial losses you have suffered.
Attorneys from our firm handle criminal defense on behalf of clients accused of DUI, drug crimes, sex crimes and violent crimes, including everything from simple assault to murder. We are also prepared to handle other complex criminal matters involving white collar crimes and administrative licensing issues. Learn More
Our firm offers broad practice experience in the area of civil litigation. From business dissolution and land disputes to holding estate executors accountable, our trial lawyers are prepared to handle civil litigation and will take the time to review the facts of your case, identify your interests, and fight at every stage to protect your financial and legal interests.
In addition to our litigation practice, we also have extensive experience handling appeals and can successfully handle your case through the appellate process.
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Crocker Carter Hall law firm and our attorneys serve clients throughout the West Tennessee area.
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