Legal, financial, medical, and emotional support resources to help you recover from your accident
An accident can leave you feeling scared, hurt and alone. But there’s a reason Tennessee is called the Volunteer State.
Enjuris has compiled a list of resources to help you on your road to recovery. From legal resources to emotional support groups, you are not alone.
If you know of any other helpful resources, please let us know. We’ll continue to build this list with helpful links.
Tennessee laws and regulations
- Tennessee Code Annotated
The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Court provides free access to up-to-date versions of the Tennessee Code Annotated, which is a compilation of Tennessee’s statutes. You can search the statutes by number or using the keyword search tool.
- Tennessee Administrative Code
The Tennessee Secretary of State provides free access to the official compilation of the Tennessee Administrative Code. Administrative agencies interpret statutes and create guidelines to help them enforce the laws; these guidelines are called “rules and regulations,” and are compiled in the Tennessee Administrative Code.
- Tennessee Local Rules
The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Court provides free access to local rules of practice for trial courts.
- Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct
The Tennessee Bar Association provides free access to the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct (the ethical rules attorneys in Tennessee must follow).
Legal information resources
- Tennessee Bar Association: For the Public
The Tennessee Bar Association provides resources, including tips on how to find an attorney and frequently asked questions, for the general public.
- Help4TN: Legal and Social Service Resources
Help4TN is a web portal created by The Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services that provides Tennesseans with a wide range of legal and social service resources.
- Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility
The Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility, created by the Tennessee Supreme Court, allows the public to research an attorney’s disciplinary history as well as file a complaint about an attorney.
- Tennessee Legal Aid Services
If you need a lawyer and can’t afford one, you can ask for free legal assistance from the Legal Aid office near you.
- Tennessee courts: Self Help Center
Information about the Tennessee court system, including links to help you find an attorney.
- Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security
Obtain your car accident report online through this Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security website.
Enjuris provides free legal resources, including a directory of attorneys located in Tennessee.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury runs this site to provide consumers with answers about credit cards, checking accounts, overdraft fees, mortgages, and other personal financial matters. The website also provides tips on how to file a complaint against a national bank.
- Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission
The Tennessee Department of Treasury website features resources designed to help Tennesseans make sound financial decisions.
- Tennessee Financial Assistance for Families
Extensive Tennessee-based resources to help Tennesseans pay for child care, groceries, heat, electricity, and other needs.
- Tennessee Disability Coalition
An alliance of organizations and individuals joined to promote the equal participation of people with disabilities. The Tennessee Disability Coalition offers a number of programs for disabled individuals.
- Brain Injury Association of Tennessee
An organization focused on improving the quality of life for brain injury survivors and their families.
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
National public health institute in the United States providing health resources and medical news.
- National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The NIH is the primary agency of the United States government responsible for biomedical and public health research.
Emotional support resources
- Tennessee 2-1-1
The main source for health and human service information and referrals in the state of Tennessee.
- Brain Injury Association of Tennessee
Support group for survivors of brain injuries and their families in Tennessee.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Offering support for those who have survived drunk driving accidents. Content includes a support group listing and a 24-hour victim helpline.
- MD Junction: Accident Support Group
A national online community of patients, family members, and friends looking for and providing post-accident support.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.