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General Liability, Governmental, Non Profit, Business and Commercial Law Attorneys

In addition to our labor and employment practice, Wimberly Lawson represents clients in matters related to insurance, governmental, and non-profit law, as well as business and commercial law. Our attorneys handle cases in these areas with the same results-oriented approach utilized in our labor and employment matters. Our goal is to get to know our clients, understand their needs, and fight for the outcome they desire.

The following is a brief description of the services the lawyers of Wimberly Lawson provide in our additional practice areas:

General Liability

Our attorneys guide our clients in continuing compliance with state and federal insurance laws. Wimberly Lawson also represents clients in litigation related to general liability, bad faith insurance, insurance subrogation, disability insurance and unemployment insurance.

Governmental Law

Our lawyers advise and represent governmental entities of various types, as well as private clients in legislative and regulatory matters at the local, state and federal levels.

Non-Profit Law

The attorneys of Wimberly Lawson serve non-profit, philanthropic, and tax-exempt organizations throughout the U.S. We provide comprehensive legal counsel in non-profit corporate and regulatory law.

Business and Commercial Law

Our business and commercial law attorneys provide legal advice and assistance to our clients in the following areas: drafting contracts; mergers and acquisitions; joint ventures; creditors' rights; commercial arbitration and litigation; business reorganization and restructuring; asset purchase and stock purchase agreements; corporate governance and uniform commercial code. Our attorneys represent various clients in commercial litigation throughout the country.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced attorneys, contact the law firm of Wimberly Lawson.

Providing knowledgeable legal services to both international and national clients, including the southeastern states of Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Mississippi.


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