William C. Cremins provides compassionate representation for clients needing help with family law, divorce, or post-divorce legal matters such as child custody, and after injuries at work or elsewhere. For examples of some types of cases successfully handled, please see Representative Cases.
For work injury and other injury cases in Tennessee, the law provides specific periods of time within which you must take legal action, lest your rights to recover be lost to the statute of limitations. This may be as little as a year in some cases, including if you were hurt at work, and other injury cases. Phone for a free consultation to ensure your rights are not lost due to a delay accessing the legal system.
William C. Cremins, P.C. is an experienced personal injury attorney and can help you obtain compensation for injuries if you were hurt in a work accident, car accident or truck crash. Using a network of support personnel and medical professionals developed since 1984 allows William C. Cremins to help clients get needed attention.
William C. Cremins has represented clients who suffered toxic encephalopathies, fractures, brain injuries, amputations, back injuries, and catastrophic injuries leading to death. There aer many different types of personal injury cases and it can be overwhelming understanding what your rights are and how to proceed accordingly. Save yourself time and stress by contacting William C. Cremins to handle your personal injury case properly. See Representative Cases for examples of clients helped after work injuries or family law matters.
William C. Cremins represents clients involved in agreed divorces, or contentious divorce disputes regarding child custody, alimony, and child support. William C. Cremins understands the emotional elements involved in a family law case, and may refer some clients to trusted licensed clinical psychologists for emotional health care during times of crisis.
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