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Injury Lawyer Makes a Difference

David PeelInjury lawyer David B. Peel has been practicing from his own modest Millington office for 15 years, and making a difference.
Handling serious injury accidents, tractor-trailer crashes, deaths and disabilities is much like being “David versus the Goliaths of the insurance industries and trucking firms,” he says. “We make a difference in the lives of injured victims against incredible odds,” Peel explains.
From his small office, professionally staffed by Elena Mabry, Paralegal, and Keri Harville, Legal Assistant, he has amassed quite an impressive list of awards.
This year Peel received his third consecutive “Best of the Best Attorney” Readers Choice Award from this publication. He has been rated by his peer lawyers at the highest level available, “AV- Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubble ratings.  Peel has been listed for the last several years as “Super-Lawyer.” The National Trial Lawyers recently inducted attorney Peel into the invitation-only “Top 100 Trial Lawyers.”   The Tennessee Supreme Court approved him as a Rule 31 Listed Civil Mediator. David B. Peel led as President of Christian Legal Society while in law school at the University of Memphis, and continues to be an active member of Christian Legal Society as a professional. While in law school, he was awarded the “Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence in Trial Advocacy,” and was a Finalist in the Moot Court Championship. He is a Life Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He is listed in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, reserved for injury attorneys with results exceeding two million dollars in a single case.
Attorney David B. Peel seeks to make a difference in his church and community, as well. He serves a Deacon and Life Group Leader at Bellevue Baptist Church, and leads classes discussing “Creation versus Evolution,” “Hard Bible Questions” and, appropriately, “Making a Difference.” Peel serves as a Board Member of Love Worth Finding, the ministry of the late Dr. Adrian Rogers. He has served as a Board Member and as President of the Millington Area Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate of Leadership Millington. Peel has spoken at many local churches, civic clubs, schools, and the Navy base and at the National Day of Prayer. Many know of David B. Peel through his helpful articles that often appear in local newspapers including The Millington Star. Peel is not content to make a difference locally, however, as he has served as a short-term missionary to India, Africa and Ukraine, among others. As recently as October 2014, he and his family taught a Pastor’s Conference in southern India.
He is proudest, not of his many accomplishments, but of his family. “I am so thankful Trish settled for me over 20 years ago,” he quips. He and his bride homeschool their three children in their Arlington home. “My lasting impact will not be one primarily of law or my service to others,” he explains, “my true legacy is my three children whom I love and I am so proud of.”
Peel seeks justice for those injured in car accidents, work place incidents, medical malpractice, and nursing homes. He often addresses churches, clubs and groups without charge. Peel may be reached through wherein other articles may be accessed.
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  • as a injury lawyer they are committed to make some difference between the two parties. pee get a best reader award in this year, it is a grate news. personally i know him very much. thanks buddy for written about injury lawyer.

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