Michael Kilgore is a civil trial lawyer that has one singular focus – to obtain the best possible result for his clients. Passionate, thoughtful and relentless, Michael loves to spend time with his Wife and young son, Rhett. The rigors of practice have taught Michael the value of having the courage to take on challenges, the patience to stay the course and the creativity to solve problems along the way. Michael’s singular area of focus is to aggressively help the injured get what they deserve. But, whether it’s representing a victim of an auto accident, slip and fall, or other injury accident, Michael attacks his clients’ problems with passion, determination and focus.
Michael has a close family member victimized by an auto accident. This experience caused him to feel very strongly for other people who’s lives have been upended by an auto accident. While some cases need to be settled, Michael is not intimidated by taking the right case to trial. Whatever the situation, Michael and his team are ready. Too often, lawyers are too busy to astutely analyze the legal points of law under the facts of your case. Michael is known in his circles as one to analyze the finer details of a case to ensure that all the points of law are exhausted to the client’s advantage.
Wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, truck accidents, and other injury cases are Michael’s specialties. The success in his practice can be evidenced not only in the significant settlements he has secured for his clients but also the positive reputation he holds among his colleagues and the judges before whom he practices.
Talk with Michael and you will quickly see his passion for family, practicing law and helping folks solve their problems. Oh, and with that unmistakable southern accent...it also won’t take you long to figure out he’s a southern boy.
Tennessee North Carolina United States District Court, Middle District of Tennessee
LL. M. Employment Law - Atlanta's John Marshall Law School (2014) J.D. Liberty University School of Law (2009) B.A., B.A. UNC-Greensboro (2005)