Darrell Douglas was born and raised in LaFollette, Tennessee. He attended the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and earned a Bachelor of Arts in 2010. His Doctor of Jurisprudence was awarded in 2014 from Mississippi College in Jackson, Mississippi. Darrell was licensed to practice law in Tennessee in 2014.
Having grown up in East Tennessee, Darrell knew he wanted to return home to begin practicing law. Darrell’s upbringing gave him a strong desire to assist those who have been injured through no fault of their own; and to help them recover compensation for those injuries.
During his time in practice, Darrell has experience in personal injury cases involving car accidents. His previous experience also includes indigent criminal defense and representing those who have been injured through their exposure to asbestos containing products.
Darrell prides himself on being able to earn the trust of his clients through zealous representation and a genuine concern for their health and safety. He has a reputation for treating the privileged and disadvantaged in the same manner—with kindness and respect.
Darrell lives in Knoxville with his wife, daughter, and their three dogs. He is a past president of the Campbell County Bar Association. He is a mentoring volunteer in the Knox County School System, and he is a volunteer flag football coach in the Cedar Springs Presbyterian Sports League. He enjoys golf, reading, and it would be hard to find a bigger fan of the Tennessee Volunteers.
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Workers' Compensation
- Social Security Disability
- Free Consultation
- Contingent Fees
- English: Spoken, Written
- Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz
- Mississippi College School of Law
- J.D. (2014)
- University of Tennessee - Knoxville
- B.A. (2010)
- American Association for Justice
- Campbell County Bar Association
- Activities: Past President (2015)
- Darrell L. Douglas' Website Profile
- Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, PLC Website
- Personal Injury Lawyer Blog
- Pain and Suffering Damages in Tennessee
3 June 2019
- Hands Free Bill Passes Tennessee House in Effort to Curb Distracted Driving
22 April 2019
- Pedestrian Deaths Nationwide Reach 30 Year High
8 April 2019
- Tennessee Rated Worst State for Distracted Driving
7 March 2019
- Personal Injury Claims for Sexual Assault
17 December 2018
- Steps to Take After a Car Accident in Memphis
3 December 2018
- Compensation for Flu Vaccine Injuries
26 November 2018
- 2 Dead, Multiple Injured After Bus Overturns in Desoto County, MS
14 November 2018
- Can I Sue My Employer for a Work Injury in Tennessee?
6 August 2018
- Truck Accident Lawyer Blog
- What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover for Truck Drivers?
14 May 2019
- New Truck Accident Statistics Released
1 April 2019
- Knee Injuries from Truck and 18-Wheeler Crashes
12 March 2019
- Do I Need a Lawyer After a Truck Accident?
28 November 2018
- America’s Trucker Shortage and How It Can Affect Safety
12 October 2018
- Truck Drivers Injured on the Job in Tennessee
4 September 2018
- Common Questions After a Truck Accident
26 July 2018
- Can You Get Punitive Damages After a Truck Accident in Tennessee?
15 June 2018
- 5 Common Truck Accident Injuries
5 April 2018
- Nursing Home Negligence Lawyer Blog
- How Nursing Homes Are Rated and Compared
11 March 2019
- 5 Common Signs of Nursing Home Negligence
21 September 2018
- Types of Emotional Abuse Present in Nursing Homes
17 March 2018
- Bordeaux Nursing Home Fined by Tennessee Department of Health
27 December 2017
- Caregiver Shortage Strikes Tennessee
20 November 2017
- Nearly 1 in 3 Nursing Homes Cited for Elder Abuse During Two-Year Period
20 October 2017
- Missouri Nursing Home Sued Over 88-Year-Old Patient’s Death
7 August 2017
- World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
15 June 2017
- Would Cameras in Nursing Home Rooms Prevent Abuse?
1 May 2017