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Trusts and Estates, Personal Injury, and Business Litigation Attorney

Taking Clients in The Right Direction

Ensuring a loved one’s wishes are honored. Fighting for the compensation you deserve after an injury. Protecting the best interest of your business. Whatever your reason for contacting an attorney, you need a lawyer with the right knowledge and experience to get positive results. And, when litigation is involved, you need a skilled trial lawyer who knows how to develop an effective strategy, argue your case, and resolve the matter. Attorney Rebecca Blair at the Blair Law Firm in Brentwood, Tennessee is that lawyer.

With 20 years of experience fighting for the rights of her clients, Brentwood personal injury lawyer Rebecca Blair has the knowledge and skill to get positive results. Prior to founding The Blair Law Firm, she practiced at one of Tennessee's largest law firms focusing on complex litigation cases. Immediately before founding The Blair Law Firm, Ms. Blair was a named partner at Day & Blair, a premier Tennessee boutique law firm known for high-quality work in catastrophic injury and complex litigation.

At The Blair Law Firm, Ms. Blair and her team provide the prompt, attentive service of a small law firm combined with the skill and quality of litigators who have learned their way around the courtroom while working for larger firms. The Blair Law Firm provides the same high-level legal counsel as larger firms, with the attention and personal service of a smaller firm.

Ms. Blair enjoys an AV Preeminent rating from her peers as awarded by Martindale Hubbell. Ms. Blair has also been listed with Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2009. In 2012, Brentwood personal injury attorney Rebecca Blair was selected by Super Lawyers to the list of top 50 Women Lawyers in the Mid-South.

Areas of Practice

The Blair Law Firm represents individuals and businesses in a range of litigation matters. Some of those practice areas include:

Mediation Services

Rebecca Blair is listed as a Rule 31 General Civil Mediator. Having represented clients in mediations for 19 years as an advocate, Ms. Blair now uses her skills to assist other attorneys and their clients get cases resolved.

Contact The Blair Law Firm Today

The Blair Law Firm provides quality legal counsel to individuals and businesses throughout Tennessee in litigation matters involving trusts and estates, personal injury, business disputes, and insurance coverage disputes. Contact the firm online or call 615.953.1122 for an appointment with a Brentwood personal injury lawyer.

Upcoming Speaking Engagements
  • Probate Litigation Case Law and Legislative Update - Tennessee Attorneys Memo - October 21, 2016
  • Probate Litigation Case Law and Legislative Update - Tennessee Attorneys Memo - December 9, 2016
Rebecca C. Blair
Rebecca C. Blair

In 19 years Rebecca Blair has developed an immensely diverse practice. Ms. Blair has substantial experience in many aspects of civil litigation, including tort law, insurance coverage litigation, business litigation, and probate litigation. In addition to her litigation experience, Ms. Blair is also listed as a Rule 31 General Civil mediator.

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Firm News & Events
  • Rebecca Blair is on the Board of Trustees of Nashville Bar Foundation
  • Rebecca Blair is on the Board of Trustees of Franklin First United Methodist Church
  • Rebecca Blair is an Adjunct Professor at Belmont University Law School
  • Rebecca C. Blair has been selected for inclusion into the 2013 edition of the Martindale-Hubbell® Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers™
  • Rebecca C. Blair has been selected by her peers to be included in the 20th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for Commercial Litigation and Personal Injury Litigation- Plaintiffs.
  • Rebecca C. Blair has been selected for the 2014 Mid-South Super Lawyers List.
  • Rebecca C. Blair selected to the list of Top 50 Women Lawyers in the Mid-South by Super Lawyers.
  • Rebecca C. Blair selected to the list of Top 50 lawyers in Nashville by Super Lawyers.
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Q. How do you probate a will? The probate of a will is initiated by filing a petition with the probate court.
  • Q. What is a probate in common form? Most often, wills are offered for probate in common form. The process is somewhat simpler.
  • Q. When are wills offered for probate in solemn form? Generally, wills are offered for probate in solemn form when an objection to the will is anticipated.
  • Q. Is fraud the same thing as undue influence? Though seemingly similar, they are conceptually different theories.
  • Q. Is there a statute of limitations in Tennessee with regard to the probating of a will? No, when probated, the will relates back to the time of the testator’s death.
  • Q. A will or any part of the will can be revoked by the following: A subsequent will…which revokes the prior will or part expressly or by inconsistency.
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