At Ponce Law, we don’t just help injured Tennessee veterans navigate the disability claims process. We also believe in honoring them any way we can.
This year, that means spotlighting nominated veterans on our website and holding a drawing for 4 veterans to receive $500 each.
If you know a deserving veteran who should be honored for their service and entered for a chance to receive $500, submit their information, including their name, photo, and service branch, on our nomination page.
All honorees must be received by Nov. 18, 2019. We’ll announce the winners on Nov. 20, 2019. Be sure to tell your veteran to check our Facebook page and their inbox to find out if they won!
July Fourth is just around the corner, and in Tennessee, like elsewhere in the U.S., we love to celebrate Independence Day with fireworks and get-togethers with friends and family. But it’s important to know the unique risks many common holiday activities can pose to those celebrating. As you plan this year’s festivities, keep the following safety tips in mind for both you and your loved ones so you can enjoy the day safely.
The team at Ponce Law has seen ordinary Tennesseans of all stripes suffer from lasting pain and left unable to work after sudden injury when proper safety precautions aren’t taken. We believe that when your injuries are no fault of your own, you don’t deserve to have to pay the resulting medical bills out-of-pocket. That’s why we help injury victims fight to get compensation from the insurance company of those responsible. Contact our legal team today for a free case review.
Ponce Law is honored to announce that our law firm recently received three significant awards. First, Michael Ponce was named Best Local Attorney, while Ponce Law was named Nashville’s Best Law Firm. In addition, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) presented Ponce Law with its prestigious Torch Award for Ethical Commerce.
The awards were chosen by Middle Tennessee’s Toast of Music City Readers’ Choice Awards. 2017 marks the second year in a row that Ponce Law was chosen Best Law Firm in the city. The Toast of Music City Reader’s Choice Awards are presented by First Tennessee and have been recognizing the best of local businesses for the past eight years.
The BBB’s Torch Award is presented annually to companies that demonstrate best practices, leadership, social responsibility, and high standards of organizational ethics that benefit their customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, and communities.
Thank you to all Nashvillians and Middle Tennessee residents who voted for Michael Ponce and Ponce Law. We’re thrilled and honored to receive these awards. As always, our Nashville personal injury lawyers are ready to help if you or someone you love was injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault. Call today for a free consultation.
Summer is just around the corner, which means swimming pools will soon be open for the season. Although swimming pools can provide hours of summer fun for your family and the community around you, it’s important that you take necessary precautions to ensure the safety of those who use it.
Here are 3 safety tips for Nashville pool owners:
Keep your pool locked and secured. Many of the deaths that occur in swimming pools happen when there’s no supervision present. Keep the gate to your pool locked at all times when you are not using it. If you don’t currently have a gate around your pool, consider putting one up before the summer season. It could save a life.
Never leave children unattended. Even a momentary lapse of concentration when supervising children swimming can lead to disaster. Make sure you’re alert and aware while your children are swimming and never leave swimmers unattended, even for a few minutes.
Learn CPR. Being prepared in the event of an accident gives you the best chance of saving a life. Get certified by a reputable organization. Some very basic CPR knowledge can go a long way in an emergency.
Summer is such a special time in our children’s lives. If you have a swimming pool, help us make this summer accident free for Nashville by being prepared now.
When we first opened the doors at Ponce Law, we had to choose what kind of law firm we were going to be. We didn’t want to be known only for the legal services we provided the Nashville community. We wanted to become a contributing part of that community as well. That’s why we dedicate so much of our time to giving back to the community as a firm and encourage each of our staff members to do the same outside of work as well.
Why is community service so important to us? Because we believe in giving back to the community that has given us so much. Over the years, we’ve had the privilege of helping our clients through some of the toughest times in their lives. But in serving them, they’ve also served us. They’ve enabled us to fulfill our mission of securing justice for the injured people of Nashville, and for that, we owe them a debt of gratitude. That debt is paid by volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank; by sponsoring events such as Pedal for Paws; and by donating thousands of dollars over the years to Nashville charities.
As volunteers, we give back a small portion of what Nashville has given us. As personal injury lawyers, we do the same on a daily basis by providing experienced legal help to those who need it. If you’ve been injured, call the experienced personal injury attorneys at Ponce Law. We’ve helped so many over the years, and we’re ready to help you as well.
Running a law firm as successful as Ponce Law requires a large staff of legal professionals working long hours to help our clients get the results they deserve. We’re proud of the hard work each of our staff members puts into every case, and given the impact they make, it would be easy to stop there. After all, isn’t being the advocate of thousands of Nashville’s injured people enough of a contribution to the community?
Not in our book.
We believe it’s just the start. Over the years, we’ve taken every opportunity we can to give back to our community, because that same community has given so much to us. Our success is built on the relationships we’ve nurtured over the years with those who needed our help. We have always done our best for them, often resulting in outcomes that exceed their expectations. However, the opportunity to help is a gift in itself. Every time someone turns to us for help, they’re giving us an opportunity to do good, and we’re so thankful for that opportunity.
Teens tend to be involved in a disproportionate number of motor vehicle crashes. Data indicates a total of 357 teens between ages 15-19 were killed in Tennessee car accidents between 2010-2014. Drunk and distracted driving was also found to play a role in a large number of these crashes.
To help raise awareness about teen drunk driving accidents, as well as the dangerous distractions using handheld electronic devices can cause, a program will be held this Saturday, Nov. 7, at Monroe Carrel Jr. Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Performances by local and regional recording artists
More importantly though, the event will focus on eliminating distractions and driving sober through a crash simulation. A mock crash scene will be set up with actors portraying the victims and real emergency crews responding to the scene. The simulation will end with a landing and takeoff of a LifeFlight helicopter. The hope is that those who witness the event will think twice about their actions behind the wheel.
There will also be several workshops taking place that discuss the risks of drinking and distracted driving.
Keeping drivers safe on our state’s roads is a top priority for the Nashville car accident lawyers at Ponce Law. That’s why our team encourages you to attend “Speak Up” with either by yourself or with a young driver in your life.
The people of Music City have spoken, and the Nashville personal injury lawyers at Ponce Law are honored to have been voted “Best Law Firm” as part of the 2015 Toast of Music City Awards.
As many as 200,000 votes were cast in more than 100 categories to determine the best of what Nashville has to offer. Those who received the most votes in each category were then honored at a reception held at War Memorial Auditorium on Sept. 24.
The Tennessean holds the awards annually, and the publication offers a complete list of this year’s winners in a recent article. This was the eighth year the newspaper has asked the public for nominations in each category. Each category is selected based on reader interest.
We can only be as successful as the people who support us. That’s why the entire staff at Ponce Law would like to thank each and every Middle Tennessean who made this achievement possible for us.
We also hope to honor the spirit of the 2015 Toast of Music City “Best Law Firm” award by continuing to help our neighbors and give back to our community. Check out our Ponce Law in the Community page to learn about our commitment to making Middle Tennessee a better place to live and work.
It’s going to be a busy week around Middle Tennessee with Bonnaroo and CMA Fest—two of our state’s largest music festivals—taking place over the course of the same four days. With so many residents and out-of-towners attempting to get to their destinations, you can count on traffic patterns being altered. The Nashville car accident lawyers at Ponce Law would like to let you know about some of the changes you can expect.
Downtown Nashville will see lane and street closures stemming from CMA Fest. Law enforcement shut down Broadway from First to Second Avenue last night at midnight. The road will remain closed throughout the remainder of the week and officials have stated other roads will be closed in the area as the opening of the festival approaches.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol and Department of Transportation will be keeping traffic moving along I-24 as attendees for the annual Bonnaroo Music Festival begin to arrive in Manchester. WKRN 2 News has provided details about what attendees can expect as they begin to make their way closer to the farm.
At Ponce Law, we know the risks that traveling in high traffic volumes can pose. That’s why our Nashville personal injury lawyers are encouraging motorists to stay safe by buckling up, slowing down, and driving defensively during this weekend’s festivities.