Deciding that you need a lawyer can be stressful, so we do what we can to take the pressure off of you. Legal advice in one phone call may solve your problems, or at least give you a better understanding of your options.
Romeo Law attorneys do not pressure you or make you feel obligated to hire our firm just because you called. Helping you is our focus. We are happy to meet with you in our office, or we can visit you at your office. We understand that many personal injury victims are in too much pain to travel and some musicians just want to stay in the studio; we are happy to come to you.
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Make sure that you feel comfortable with whichever attorney you choose to hire. You should not feel as though your questions are a burden or imposition on your attorney.
Whether you have a trademark dispute, publishing contract, or a personal injury, your attorney should make you feel as though you, and your case, are a priority.
Whether you have a small case from a minor car accident, or a catastrophic tragedy that totalled your vehicle and left you with a brain injury or permanent spinal cord injury, hire a personal injury lawyer who makes you feel comfortable.
If you have questions about intellectual property or entertainment law, you should not hire someone who has only learned about the entertainment business from books. Get legal advice from a trademark and entertainment law attorney who knows the law and the business.
1245 Riverbirch Way
Hermitage, TN 37076
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Personal Injury Attorney and Entertainment Law Attorney serving clients all across Middle Tennessee, including but not limited to: Nashville, Hermitage, Mount Juliet, Antioch, Brentwood, Old Hickory, Dickson, Lebanon, Spring Hill, Franklin, Goodlettsville, Smyrna.
April Romeo, Personal Injury Attorney, practicing in the areas of: Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury, and Slip and Falls.
Robert J. Romeo, practicing in: Entertainment Law, Trademark Law, Service Mark Law, and Intellectual Property Law.