Hawkins, Bingham & Miller was originally founded in 1957 by William W. Hawkins. Mr. Hawkins developed the practice and the firm became a preeminent law firm in Northeast Tennessee. For 55 years we have represented people who were injured because somebody else was careless or negligent. We continue to be listed in Martindale-Hubbell’s® Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice and workers’ compensation. Our offices are located at 1397 E. Center Street in Kingsport, Tennessee. Our Office
John S. Bingham
Attorney John S. Bingham has practiced law in Tennessee for more than 33 years. He was born in Kingsport in 1952 and his experience includes four years as an assistant district attorney in Sullivan County, TN.
In 1984, Attorney Bingham left the district attorney’s office to enter private practice. For over 28 years, he has represented clients throughout all stages of personal injury cases in state and federal courts. John lives in Kingsport with his wife Linda. They have two grown children.
Born in Kingsport in 1959, J. David Miller handles auto and truck accident cases involving serious injury or death. He also focuses on workers compensation cases. For over 26 years, Attorney Miller has represented clients during the negotiation, mediation, trial, and appeal of accident and injury cases in federal and state courts. He is also an attorney for the Kingsport Life Saving Crew.
David lives in Kingsport with his wife Linda and their teenage daughter. He also has a son who has recently married.
David has served for several years on the Board of Directors of the Kingsport Lifesaving Crew.
After nearly 44 years in law enforcement, our Chief Investigator gives new meaning to the word experience. An invaluable member of the Tennessee law firm Hawkins, Bingham & Miller team, James F. Keesling plays a vital role in the investigation and development of cases by interviewing and interrogating witnesses and other individuals associated with the case. He works with law enforcement to obtain and preserve evidence in accident cases and provides valuable insight to our attorneys regarding the investigative aspects of the case.
14 years as Chief of Police, Kingsport, TN
Active in community affairs, Mr. Keesling is a current member of the Kingsport Rotary Club. He has been recognized as an Outstanding Alumni of East Tennessee State University and named to the Hall of Fame of Walters State Community College.
At the Tennessee Law Firm of Hawkins, Bingham & Miller we believe in helping you get the help and representation you need.
If you want to talk to a lawyer about your case you can call us at (423)246-9100 or fill out our form on our Contact Us page.
Board Certified Civil Trial Specialists*
Recognized by Super Lawyers
Listed in Martindale-Hubble’s Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers in areas of Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Workers’ Compensation