Baker, Kinsman, Hollis And Clelland, PC Join Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC

Friday, January 5, 2018

Rainey, Kizer, Reviere and Bell, PLC announced the opening of its Chattanooga office, continuing the firm’s expansion across Tennessee. The new office will be staffed by the attorneys of the Chattanooga firm of Baker, Kinsman, Hollis & Clelland, P.C., founded in 1984, as the entire firm joins Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC effective Jan. 1.

With the addition of Baker, Kinsman’s attorneys, Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC will have more than 40 attorneys serving its clients from its five offices across Tennessee, including Memphis, Jackson, and Nashville.  Through the opening of its Chattanooga office, the firm expands the reach of its business and litigation practices and will have lawyers licensed to practice in Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Georgia to better serve its clients throughout the Mid-South.

N. Mark Kinsman.Mr. Kinsman received his Bachelor of Business Administration and law degrees from the University of Georgia.  He focuses his insurance defense practice on handling insurance fraud, arson, insurance coverage case for insurers throughout Tennessee.  Mark also defends people and companies in personal injury, construction, real estate professional liability, employment law, and other business-related litigation.

Joe Hollis. Mr. Hollis graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts degree and obtained his law degree from the Mercer University School of Law.  He has a diverse insurance defense practice and handles cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, common carrier, and general liability. 

Wilfred (Fred) Clelland. Mr. Clelland obtained his Bachelor of Arts, MBA, and law degrees from the University of Tennessee.  He is licensed in Tennessee and Georgia and regularly defends cases on behalf of his clients in both states.  He defends insurance companies and other corporate entities in numerous types of cases, including personal injury and business litigation.  

Stephany Pedigo. Ms. Pedigo obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tennessee and graduated from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham. She is licensed to practice in Tennessee and Georgia and regularly handles cases in both jurisdictions.  She maintains a diverse practice, including handling insurance and personal injury defense cases; providing estate planning, wills, and handling probate issues; and handling conservatorship matters for people who can no longer manage their own affairs.  



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