Every client is a cause we believe in. Donati Law has 100+ years of experience handling employment disputes, social security disability claims, veterans’ benefits, personal injury claims and workers’ compensation claims.
Don Donati Honored
Don Donati of Donati Law has been named the “Memphis Best Lawyers Labor and Employment Lawyer of the Year” for 2012 by Best Lawyers. Read More »
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Donati Law represents veterans with the following claims: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Mental Health Disorders, Sexual Assault, Hearing Loss and Tinnitus and more. more »
Donati Law is regarded as one of the top plaintiffs' employment firms in the Memphis area, with a track record of success that sets us apart from other firms who represent individuals in employment disputes. more »
Donati Law represents individuals who wish to appeal the denial of their claim for disability benefits provided through the Social Security Administration. more »
We litigate the following personal injury claims in state court, as well as federal court: Car Wreck Cases, Wrongful Death Cases, Slip and Fall Cases, Products Liability Cases, Medical Malpractice Cases and more. more »
If you have been injured at work, contact us to determine the full extent of your rights (including medical benefits and monetary benefits) under the Tennessee Workers' Compensation Law. more »
Donati Law is devoted to guiding you through the application process for visas, green cards and naturalization. As every person has a different reason to come to the U.S., we will work with you to figure out which of these options best fits your needs. more »
Cases of Note
Burlington Northern & Sante Fe Railway Co. v. White
Burlington Northern & Sante Fe Railway Co. v. White, 126 S. Ct. 2405 (2006).
In 1999, we filed suit on behalf of Sheila White for sexual harassment and retaliation that she sustained while working for BNSF. Seven years later, after a jury verdict in her favor, and multiple levels of appellate review, the United States Supreme Court unanimously found in favor of Ms. White. Ms. White's victory was precedent setting. First, the Supreme Court held that application of Title VII's anti-retaliation is not limited to workplace actions. Second, the Supreme Court held that any action taken by an employer that might well dissuade a reasonable person from making a charge of discrimination is actionable under Title VII's anti-retaliation provision. View More Cases »