Bethany Robinson

Bethany Robinson

Case Manager
  • GriffithLaw
  • 256 Seaboard Ln Ste E106 Franklin, TN 37067
  • 615-807-7900

Bethany is the rare Nashville, Tennessee native. Witnessing the growth of the city and desiring the same for herself, Bethany decided to stay in her hometown and attend Belmont University. There she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and minor in Political Science. Bethany’s passion for legal research and desire to help others, led her to pursue a law degree.

Bethany is currently in her last year at Nashville School of Law where she is learning from local attorneys and judges in the evening while working full-time as a Personal Injury Case Manager during the day. Since starting her legal career, Bethany has held a passion for helping injured people. She has witnessed firsthand the unjust tactics used by big insurance companies that directly affect members of the Middle Tennessee community she loves. The most rewarding thing about Bethany's job is having the opportunity to meet new people and provide them with the tools they need to overcome unexpected challenges. It is her purpose to use the law to help members of her community feel safe and heard. Bethany strongly believes that every client’s voice matters.

Bethany is an active member of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association where she can broaden her leadership skills and knowledge in the realm of personal injury law.

Bethany and her husband Keith spend their free time keeping up with their three daughters. On the weekends, their family loves to cheer on the Tennessee Titans and the Dallas Cowboys!

Bethany with her husband and three daughters

“This profession is both challenging and rewarding. It has certainly changed my life. I have wiped tears from mother’s eyes. I have held on tight to DUI survivors. And prayed over clients in their hospital rooms. And I have seen those same people, who were once broken, walk back into the office full of joy. Every day, I wake up eager to meet new people and hold their hand through this unexpected journey in hopes of seeing them smile again.”       - Bethany