At Romeo Law, your attorney will be there with you the whole way, to answer your questions, give you legal advice, and explain all of the insurance jargon.

Don’t take our word for it, take theirs:

Todd is not a paid actor. He is a real client who suffered a terrifying accident at no fault of his own.  Before Todd spoke with an attorney, the insurance company told him the accident was his fault, but they would give him a “couple hundred dollars” if he settled right then.  This unethical tactic is just one way insurance companies try to trick people who just experienced a horrific event.


“Words can’t even begin to describe how thankful I am for all you have done for me. You took me at my worst and at my best. I am forever grateful for all the work you did on my case and for not giving up on me. ” ~ Thank you card from Lindsay.


“April – I wanted to thank you for being my guiding light during this craziness. Your hard work is greatly appreciated” ~ Hand painted card from Christina.


“Thank you so much for all your hard work on my case. I really appreciate that you went to bat for me when no one else would.” ~ Thank you card from Kim.


Personal Injury Lawyers and Entertainment Lawyers, improving the lives of our clients.

Romeo Law
1245 Riverbirch Way
Hermitage, TN 37076

Phone: (615)663-9005
Website: www.romeolawllc.com

Please note that the information on the Romeo Law, LLC website is not legal advice and the law varies from state to state.  Reading the Romeo Law firm’s website does not create an attorney client relationship. It is intended for general purposes and does not replace obtaining advice from a licensed professional attorney.

April Romeo, Personal Injury Attorney, practicing in the areas of: Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury, and Slip and Falls.

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