Attorney - Byron K.  Lindberg


Byron K. Lindberg
HBS Nashville Office

P: 615-313-9911
F: 615-313-8008
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Byron K. Lindberg joined the firm's Nashville office in December of 2006. He specializes in defending transportation, workers' compensation, professional negligence and general liability matters throughout the state of Tennessee. Before joining the firm, Mr. Lindberg practiced with Feeney & Murray, in Nashville, successfully defending clients in workers' compensation matters in hearings, mediations, trials and on appeal. Mr. Lindberg zealously represents the interests of his clients in obtaining favorable resolutions through mediation and at the trial level. Mr. Lindberg has extensive trial experience, both bench and jury and has argued several appeals. Mr. Lindberg served two terms as Law Clerk to the Honorable Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle in the Chancery Court for Davidson County, Tennessee. Chancellor Lyle imparted a wealth of knowledge, wisdom and, above all else, integrity to Mr. Lindberg's practice of this honorable profession. Since leaving his clerkship, Mr. Lindberg has drawn on that experience to pursue excellence and integrity in representing his clients. When not practicing law, Mr. Lindberg enjoys golf, basketball, softball, woodworking, writing music and spending time with his wife and two children.

Practice Areas


Mr. Lindberg's medical and transactional experience comes together in his successful representation of dental practices. Mr. Lindberg's expertise in providing sound legal advice in the day to day legal matters encountered in a dental practice are well recognized. Matters involving patient consent forms, lease agreements, independent contractor arrangements, landlord tenant issues, as well as all health care related issues encountered in dental practice including liability issues and claims of professional negligence.


James Madison University, B.S. in Communications - 1991
Middle Tennessee State University, B.A. in Music - 1995 University of
Baltimore School of Law, J.D., December - 1998


Tennessee - February 1999
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee


Defense Research Institute
Nashville Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Association


The Rise of Opting-Out?April 2016, HBS Workers' Compensation Blog

Social Media: A Powerful Tool in Your Investigational Arsenal, May 2013, HBS Workers' Compensation Blog

One Step Closer to Administrative Workers' Compensation in Tennessee, February 2013, HBS Workers' Compensation Blog