Jump to Navigation


Full-Service, Experienced Tennessee Law Office

At the law office of Smith & Cockett, we provide a highly experienced and respected legal team able to meet a wide range of legal needs. We have the resources to provide effective regional support with a focus on serving local communities from our Kingsport and Mountain City offices.

Partners Harry Joseph Smith and William J Cockett provide our clients with 60 years of combined experience that builds the foundation of our office. With a culture focused on providing friendly and reliable service to people, our attorneys work to help clients find smart solutions to difficult legal problems. From Social Security Disability representation to personal injury and criminal law, we take on the cases the affect people every day.

Putting Clients First

Our clients rely on us for a variety of things, which is why we try to build lifelong relationships with them. You shouldn't have to start from square one every time you need a lawyer. Whether you are starting a business, applying for Social Security Disability benefits or in need of defense in a criminal law matter, you should have a trusted partner that will be there when you need them.

Our lawyers provide a full-service law office. We can help you with a range of legal matters, including:

We work with individuals, families, entrepreneurs, small business owners and corporations throughout Northeastern Tennessee as well as handling Social Security Disability issues throughout Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and the entire Southeast. Our office and our attorneys are committed to providing highly professional and reliable service for every client.

Put Our Experience to Work for You

When you need to work with an attorney that will make your case a priority, contact our office by phone at 423-727-7913 or reach us toll-free at 877-302-8665 to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also contact us online for more information.

Tell Us About Your Case

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.