Rocky McElhaney Named Top Attorney in Nashville for Fourth Consecutive Year

Nashville has spoken and named Rocky McElhaney “Best Attorney” in Nashville Scene’s Magazine 2018 Readers’ Poll.

Nashville, TN, United States - October 19, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Rocky McElhaney of the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm was named the number one “Best Attorney” in Nashville by Scene magazine’s “Best of Nashville” annual Readers’ Poll for 2018. This is Rocky’s fourth consecutive year being named best lawyer.

“This award belongs to every member of my team,” said firm founder Rocky McElhaney. “This annual poll is about honoring the community, and the hardworking folks who make it great – and no one works harder than the RML team. We have received a lot of recognition for this award over the last three years, and that has allowed us to expand into new areas, and help more people. I am so humbled that so many people keep voting for us again and again, and I am so thankful for their support. We will always fight for the people of Tennessee. We love you, Nashville!”

Nashville Scene’s “Best of Nashville” awards

Nashville Scene runs its “Best of Nashville” issue every year, where the writers vote on who and what they think are the best people, places and things that Nashville has to offer. Scene’s “Best of Nashville” Annual Readers’ Poll asks readers to write in what they love about the city. Both sets of results are published in the issue, though neither set of results plays any role in influencing the other.

There are six categories to choose from each year:

• Arts, Music & Culture
• Food & Drink
• Home, Goods & Services
• Kids
• Media & Politics
• People & Places

Lawyers are chosen in the “Home, Goods & Services” section. Award winners are honored at the Best of Nashville Annual Party, being held at the historic Nashville War Memorial.

About Rocky McElhaney

Rocky McElhaney is an award-winning personal injury attorney in Nashville. He has been recognized across the state for his unique brand of no non-sense representation of injury victims, as well as the multi-million-dollar settlements and landmark verdicts he has won on their behalf. For his service to the community and commitment to excellence in his legal practice, he has been awarded numerous honors and accolades during his years in practice, including:

• Rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell
• Nashville Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” and the “Best of the Bar” awards
• Nashville Post InCharge Leaders List
• Super Lawyers Top 50 and Top 100
• Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers
• 10/10 Superb rating by Avvo
• Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association’s Circle of Advocates
• Top Three Best Attorneys in Nashville by
• The Patriot Award by the Department of Defense Office of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)
• Significant Trial Experience Inductee to Trial Masters

Rocky McElhaney Law Firm is a premier personal injury law firm serving clients throughout Tennessee. The firm maintains offices in Nashville, Hendersonville and Knoxville, for the convenience of clients. Dubbed “Gladiators in Suits,” the attorneys fight to protect the rights of people who have been seriously injured because of:

• Auto accidents
• Truck accidents
• Motorcycle accidents
• Traumatic brain injuries
• Spinal cord injuries

Contact Info:
Name: Rocky McElhaney
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Organization: Rocky McElhaney Law Firm
Address: 1311 6th Ave N, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37208
Phone: 615-425-2500

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