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William H. "Bill" Brode

Being licensed to practice Law in both Alabama and Tennessee, William "Bill" Brode maintains a busy practice. Bill is a lifelong Memphian having graduated from Christian Brothers High School before proceeding to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. A zealous advocate, Bill conducts his trial practice with a focus on Personal Injury and Criminal Law. He has always maintained a plaintiff's personal injury practice with a concern for the injured party and has not represented insurance companies. Bill focuses on workers compensation, auto accidents, and other serious bodily injury cases. He also concentrates his criminal practice on the representation and defense of those accused of crimes ranging from misdemeanors to felonies including DUI/DWI, and drug cases.

Bill is a member of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association. He also has membership in the Alabama Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association, with law licenses active in both states. He has been admitted to practice before both the Alabama Supreme Court and Tennessee Supreme Court. Further, Bill has been admitted to practice in the Federal Courts of Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama and the Western District of Tennessee. He lives and maintains his principal office in Memphis, Tennessee.

Bill's hobbies include fishing in area lakes and he usually makes his way annually to various parts of Florida for offshore deep sea fishing.

Robert Mark Brode

Robert Mark Brode focuses his practice in the areas of Litigation and Real Estate Law. He was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee and graduated high school from Memphis University School. After Graduating undergraduate from the University of Tennessee Summa Cum Laude, he went on to attend Washington and Lee University School of Law through an academic scholarship. Robert graduated from law school Cum Laude and was on the editorial board of the Law Review, as well as being published in the Law Review, for a paper on Judicial ethics and elections. He was also inducted into the Honor Society Phi Beta Kappa.

As a litigator, Robert has tried and won many personal injury cases, before both judges and juries. Some of the many cases he has handled include serious personal injury cases, workers compensation lawsuits, and wrongful death cases. His principal office is in downtown Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee next door to the Courthouse. Robert is admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of Tennessee and in the United States Federal District Court for the Western District of Tennessee. He is a past invitee and associate member of the Leo Bearman Inn of Court, a society of judges and trial lawyers. Robert was also accepted and attended a Political Science study program at Yale University.

Robert also practices Real Estate Law and performs residential Real Estate Closings; He is approved by two major title companies and can close loans for most banks and financial institutions.

When not at work, Robert enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, and playing with his two Labrador retrievers.

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