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Criminal Defense, Personal Injury & Bankruptcy Lawyers in Memphis
We Bring 60+ Years of Combined Insight and Personable Service
Whatever overwhelming odds you may face, we are here to help and to give you hope. At Leffler Renfroe, we can help clients avoid foreclosure, ward off creditors, and achieve financial freedom through bankruptcy. We have represented people accused of misdemeanors and felonies in Memphis and Western Tennessee since 1985. Our personal injury practice has secured multimillion dollar results in cases involving work injuries, civil rights violations, traumatic injuries, and wrongful death.
Whatever the legal problem, you are up against a powerful opponent, be it tireless creditors, big insurance companies, or even the Tennessee or U.S. government. You need a skilled lawyer. Our Memphis attorneys have consistently delivered positive results for our clients, despite the considerable odds. Our friendly legal team gets big firm results. We encourage you to see what our caring legal advocates can do for you.
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Boyd vs. BNSF Railroad
Lisa Boyd was employed by Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad and worked at their intermodal facility in Memphis. While working on moving a 40,000-pound container from a truck to a railcar, a ...
U.S. v. Decarlos Rodgers
Our client was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Although three police officers testified that they removed a firearm from his pocket, a federal jury returned a verdict of not gui ...
Thomas David Jordan v. Norfolk Southern Railroad
Our 57-year-old client was working between tracks and suffered severe injuries when a train struck him. After a three-week trial, the jury returned a $5 million verdict for our client.
State of Tennessee v. Duente Berry
Our client was indicted on three counts of Aggravated Robbery. Two witnesses testified they were “100% sure” when identifying the client. There were serious questions about the quality of the ...
State of Tennessee v. Anthony Parham
The client was accused of two counts of aggravated assault arising out of an incident at a parking lot in north Memphis. Two people testified that the client had pistol-whipped them in the incident. ...
Stephen R. Leffler
For more than three decades, Mr. Leffler has helped clients throughout Tennessee with complicated legal issues from criminal defense to civil litigation. A trial lawyer and a Rule 31 General Civil Mediator, Mr. Leffler is a member of the distinguished Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and a proven criminal defense attorney.
Lorenzo Derek Renfroe
For more than 25 years, Mr. Renfroe has delivered caring, passionate, and effective advocacy for clients in Memphis. Beyond his dedicated legal service, Mr. Renfroe serves the community on many nonprofit boards, including Bethany Home and the Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennessee, Inc. Mr. Renfroe is admitted to the Illinois and Tennessee state bars.
The Pillow-McIntyre House
Our law firm is housed in one of the storied buildings of Memphis’ Victorian Village. Constructed around 1852, the building was eventually purchased by the notorious General Gideon Johnson Pillow. In 1880, the property was bought by Peter McIntyre, who created Memphis’ very first glucose refinery. With well over century of history, this pre-Civil War house is one of the few Greek Revival homes in Memphis to have survived the conflict, and it has remained through yellow fever breakouts, urban renovations, and more.