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Harold H. Parker, Esq. - Partner
Having practiced law for over 35 years, Mr. Parker has successfully handled hundreds of Social Security cases and has gotten millions of dollars in compensation for his clients over the years.
He regularly attends both national conferences and local conferences in Tennessee, and has presented at two such law forums for the Tennessee Bar Association, speaking to other lawyers who practice Social Security Law.
Mr. Parker has also served as the past Chairperson of the Disability Section of the Tennessee Bar Association, and is currently on the Executive Council of the Tennessee Bar Association Section on Disability, the decisive body that educates other lawyers on Social Security issues.
Mr. Parker is admitted to practice in the following:
All Tennessee courts
United State District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
Sixth and Tenth Circuit Courts of Appeal
United States Supreme Court
State of New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court
Third Judicial Department
The United States District Court, Western District of New York
John Robert Toy II, Esq. - Partner
Calling Murfreesboro his home since childhood, Mr. Toy started practicing law in order to make a difference in others’ lives. From Hobgood Elementary to Central Middle and from Riverdale High School to MTSU, Mr. Toy is truly a product of our community. Mr. Toy feels blessed to call so many of our neighbors his friend and to serve such an amazingly diverse clientele of our rapidly growing city, county, and region.
As an Eagle Scout, Mr. Toy learned the value of serving. Dedicating much of his time to being involved in the lives of people in our city, Mr. Toy is a charter member of the Murfreesboro Downtown Barristers Lions Club, where he serves as First Vice President. You can also find Mr. Toy serving on the Board as treasurer of his daughter’s American Heritage Girls Troop and as President of the Board of Directors for Vista Points, Inc.: The Special Needs Trusts & Resource Center. During the Fall and Spring, you can also hear Mr. Toy coaching his daughter and son’s soccer teams.
Mr. Toy graduated magna cum laude and top of his class from Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg, VA. While there, Mr. Toy served on Senior Staff of the Law Review, publishing his Comment, Restoring the Gatekeeper: How Illustrative Notice Pleading Can Save the American Judicial System. Mr. Toy was also a finalist in the school’s 1L Moot Court competition and served as Chairman of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board, including competing nationally on the school’s Negotiation Competition team.
He is licensed to practice law in all courts in the state of Tennessee. Mr. Toy is also a member of the Rutherford and Cannon County Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association, the Murfreesboro Estate Planning Council, Lawyers With Purpose, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Mr. Toy is also a recognized speaker on Elder Law topics. In addition to local speaking engagements to community groups, he has given continuing legal education presentations to other attorneys at the Tennessee Bar Association’s Elder Law Forum, the Upper Cumberland Adult Abuse Coalition annual meeting, and the Murfreesboro General Sessions Civil Court Annual Update. Mr. Toy currently serves on the Tennessee Bar Association’s Elder Law Section Executive Council
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