About Allen

Allen Brown was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee as a 6th generation Nashvillian. He graduated from The Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee and went on to graduate from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy. After college, he worked several years at various insurance companies as a workers' compensation claims adjuster.  He also worked as a licensed property and casualty commercial insurance agent. He became a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 listed mediator in 2004.  He went on to work at the Tennessee Department of Labor, Workers' Compensation Division (DOL) as a mediator and arbitrator where he mediated close to a thousand (1,000) cases and ruled on over three hundred (300). While at the DOL, he attended the Nashville School of Law, graduating in 2007. He obtained his license to practice law in Tennessee in 2008.  As an attorney with the State of Tennessee, he was promoted to the appeals division of the Tennessee Department of Labor, Workers' Compensation Division where he ruled on over eight hundred (800) appealed workers compensation cases. As an appellate hearing officer, Allen became a member of the National Association of Hearing Officials (NAHO), an association of administrative law judges and hearing officials throughout the United States.  While a member of NAHO, Allen was awarded a scholarship to attend the National Judicial College, the preeminent school for judges and hearing officials located in Reno, Nevada.

Allen has been in private practice since November 2010 representing clients in courts throughout Tennessee.  His practice focuses in workers' compensation cases, family law matters, personal injury cases, criminal matters and a variety of other areas.  As a trial attorney, Allen has won cases on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants.   
Allen is married to Jerri, his high school sweetheart, and has two lovely children. Allen is a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee and enjoys spending time with his family. He enjoys whitewater canoeing, history and the natural world.  He is a member of the American Bar Association and Nashville Bar Association.
Allen limits the number of cases he takes, so he can give each client’s case the attention it deserves.  If your case is accepted, he will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible outcome.