About McWherter Scott & Bobbitt
Defending the insurance rights of policyholders throughout the Southeast and Midwest
Since its inception, the Tennessee-based law firm of McWherter Scott & Bobbitt has focused its representation on cases involving a broad range of insurance matters. We represent claimants and insureds who suffer damage due to natural disasters, fires, theft, vandalism, and other reasons. We are quite proud and honored to have earned the respect of our clients, as well as our colleagues in the insurance and legal communities for our dedication and service to our clients. While this dedication has resulted in several favorable six- and seven-figure settlements and verdicts, it is the long-term relationships that we have built during the journey that we value most.
Our attorneys work with a network of claims professionals, including engineers, adjusters, contractors, inspectors, consultants, meteorologists and other insurance related service-providers. We also work with a team of appraisers, accountants, and financial professionals to properly examine and document your financial losses, including the value of your structures, your contents, your income, your business, and any other economic losses.
We represent policyholders throughout Tennessee, the Southeast and Midwest. Please call 731-664-1340 or fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment.
A dedicated legal team advocating for you
McWherter Scott & Bobbitt is not your typical law firm. We focus almost exclusively on representing policyholders who own the following types of insurance coverages and policies:
- Business interruption insurance
- Commercial property insurance
- Comprehensive insurance
- Excess coverage insurance
- Flood insurance
- Residential homeowner’s insurance
- Umbrella insurance
Our only goal at the end of the day is reaching solutions that work for you. We speak and negotiate on your behalf and fight to get the best results possible. And, we operate as a team. Sure, to have one of us working on your claim would be great…but having all of us is even better.