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Walsh Speaks at Mt. Juliet BNI Horizon Chapter

RMA Mt. Juliet’s resident attorney, Tom Walsh, spoke yesterday morning at the BNI Horizon Chapter on modern politics and its correlation to social progress.

RMA Honored by Old Republic Title

RMA’s Greg Gill & Tina Dyer pose with Old Republic Title’s Pam Zimmerman to accept the place of Tennessee’s “Number Four Remitting Agent.” 

Rochelle Honored at Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet

RMA founding partner Bob Rochelle was honored at the annual Lebanon Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet with the Distinguished Alumni Award.

Bob was born November 25, 1945. He graduated from Lebanon High School in 1963. He attended Cumberland University and Middle Tennessee State University, where he obtained his B. S. in 1968. He earned his J. D. from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1969. Bob was a member of the U. S. Army from 1969 – 1971 and is a Vietnam veteran.

Bob served as Wilson County’s first County Attorney from 1974 to 1987. In 1982, he was elected State Senator and served for 20 years, advancing to the position of Speaker Pro Tem. He was in the Leadership Group of the legislature and dealt with all major issues facing our State. Bob was the Chairman of the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR) from 1996 to 2002, and he gained national recognition for his legislation in 1998 which resolved multiple issues relating to city and county government relations, such an annexation and revenue sharing.

Bob was a founding member of Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC in 1987 with Jere McCulloch & Jo Ann Aulds. Bob has been instrumental in the expansion of services in Wilson County through his representation of the Water and Wastewater Authority; the Joint Economic and Community Development Board; and the Lebanon Special School District. Bob’s knowledge of legislation and property taxation issues has led others across the State to call on him to assist in their own county’s enforcement of delinquent tax assessments, you can discover this here.

Bob has been involved in the American Legion, the Chamber of Commerce, the Lebanon Morning Rotary Club (and was Charter President), the 15th Judicial District Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association. He received the Lebanon Jaycees Distinguished Service Award, the Volunteer State Community College Award for Distinguished Public Service and received the President’s Award for outstanding service to the Tennessee Association of Property Tax Professionals in 2016.

Jason Denton to Speak at Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce

Join us Friday at 8:00 a.m. at the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce to hear Jason Denton speak at the Young Professionals Networking Hour!

Please RSVP on the Facebook Event.

RMA Proudly Sponsors Sherry’s Run!

Jason G. Denton represented a Tennessee minor child who was injured in an out of state accident in Florida. The accident left the child with permanent physical and mental injuries. Mr. Denton engaged multiple medical experts to assess the child’s present and future needs due to the resulting medical conditions. This extended the processing of the case but gave the family the knowledge and security they needed to make the decisions about their child’s well-being. In a confidential pre-litigation settlement, the case settled for well over $100,000.00.

Jason G. Denton represented a minor child and mother hit by a drunk driver. Both child and mother were left with permanent injuries and scarring and disfigurement. After filing a lawsuit the Defendants settled with Jason G. Denton for policy limits.

Jason G. Denton represented a mother and minor child hit head-on by a drunk driver. The father saw the entire collision. The mother was left with permanent spine injuries and the child had permanent injuries as well. The case was settled for confidential insurance policy limits.

Jason G. Denton represented a mother and minor child injured due to the intentional act of another child and negligence of his parents in their supervision of that child with the check this link right here now. The case was litigated for several years but resulted in confidential settlement after depositions were taken of the parents and child and a video of the incident was obtained by Mr. Denton’s litigation team showing the intentional acts that caused the injuries.

Jason G. Denton represented a minor child that sustained a closed head injury in a premise liability negligent supervision case. After an entire day of depositions and engaging pediatric medical experts from Vanderbilt the case settled for a confidential settlement amount.

Mr. Denton treats minor child cases with compassion and tries to handle each case in the same manner as if it were one of his children injured. In each case he engages necessary experts to assess the child’s present and future needs due to the resulting medical conditions. Only another parent who has had an injured child can understand the life impact an injured child has on parents and family.

There are specific laws that apply to minor child injury cases. Unless you chose the right attorney with experience and knowledge of the laws the case may not be handled correctly.

Trial Award Upheld By Supreme Court Panel

Jason G. Denton and Alan Poindexter teamed up and tried a case for an injured Macon County automotive worker. After a day long trial involving five (5) experts the trial court awarded over $78, 778.00 in benefits to be paid by the employer and carrier which was triple the pre-trial settlement offer from the employer.

The employer appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court Special Workers’ Compensation Panel. After submitting written briefs and oral arguments The Supreme Court Panel found in favor of the Employee and the injured worker received a total of $139,333.51 in workers’ compensation benefits. Wilson County Circuit Court No. 2011-CV-67.

Real Estate

In 2010, our business commercial section of real estate closed over $138.2 million in loans.

RMA handled the most expensive residential real estate sale in the greater Nashville area since 1997 when we closed on the sale of a country music star’s home in Franklin.

Details: http://www.wsmv.com/entertainment/23768572/detail.html

Workers’ Compensation Verdict

Jason G. Denton successfully represented an automotive worker from Bedford County, Tennessee who sustained a second injury to his lumbar spine while on the job. At pre-litigation mediation, the auto manufacturer offered 10 weeks of compensation or $6,820.00. The case went to trial in Bedford County Circuit Court whereby Mr. Denton secured the employee recovery of $58,877.50. For further information, see Bedford County Circuit Court Docket No. 11956.

Workers’ Compensation Settlement

Jason G. Denton represented a construction worker from Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee, who was injured in a construction accident leaving him confined to a wheelchair for life. Mr. Denton negotiated a settlement before trial that resulted in the injured construction worker recovering over $541,938.10 in workers’ compensation benefits, plus future medical treatment for remainder of his life. The lump sum settlement alone resulted in an overall industrial disability rating of 110%. For further reference, see Wilson County Chancery Court Docket No. 10C243.Join us this year as RMA sponsors Sherry’s Run, a local charity run befitting those affected by cancer!

Jason Denton and RMA Have Had a Record Week

  • It’s been a great week in the Personal Injury/Workers’ Compensation Division at RMA! Jason Denton and his team have resolved an auto wreck case, two workers’ compensation cases, and a pedestrian case in the last seven days totaling $580,000.00. If you are injured and want results, give his team a call at (615) 443-8772. We’re your home team or Check out thcmob.com!

RMA Included in Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce Movers & Shakers

RMA was recently included in the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce Movers & Shakers!  Check it out here!

Another Shot From Jere’s Ride

RMA partner Jason Denton poses with a leader of Jere’s Ride on race day!






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