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Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Lawsuits

A serious injury can place a significant burden on the victim and his or her loved ones. This can include medical bills that are difficult to pay off if you are unable to work and earn an income. However, if your injury was caused by another’s negligence,… Read More

Tennessee’s Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims

The statute of limitations is a legal timeframe that designates when a person can bring a claim. It is a strict deadline that must be met in order to recover damages for an injury or act of negligence. If you or someone you love was injured because of… Read More

How to Prove Negligence in Your Personal Injury Case

Those who were injured in an accident caused by another’s reckless or careless actions are entitled to pursue compensation by bringing a personal injury claim against the negligent party. In order for a personal injury suit to be successful, you must… Read More

Three Girls Injured After Falling from Ferris Wheel at County Fair

Last Thursday, three girls were seriously injured when their Ferris wheel cart overturned and they fell three stories in a horrifying carnival accident at the Greene County Fair in Tennessee. There is an ongoing investigation, but right now officials… Read More

Preliminary Research Shows Concussion Rates Doubled

Health insurance claims for concussions have more than doubled between 2007 and 2014, according to preliminary research by Dr. Alan Zhang from the University of California, San Francisco. The most significant increase in concussions was for children… Read More

How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help You

A personal injury can change your life forever, leaving you with chronic pain, disability, and other medical problems. If you suffered an injury due to the wrongdoing or negligence of others, you deserve to be compensated for the losses you have incurred… Read More

Preventing Fireworks Accidents and Injuries

Millions and millions of people watch fireworks displays every summer. Some people put on their own shows at home.Every summer we read about fireworks injuries though. There are times when the injured person isn't at fault. It might be the organizer… Read More

Tennessee Ranks Top 10 in Country for Theft Claims

Turns out Tennesseans are being plagued by a new form of sticker shock: fraudulent charges and identity theft following the holiday season. According to a State Farm study, January is a top month for theft claims, with Tennessee just making the list at… Read More

Large Hospitals Begin to Abandon Power Morcellators

In April 2014, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a safety alert cautioning against the use of power morcellators in gynecological surgeries. The FDA discovered that the procedures posed a significant cancer-spreading risk to women with uterine… Read More

Wearable Technology Data in the Courtrooms

Different human fields react to technological advancements in different ways. The legal field, one of the cornerstones of every society, is just beginning to grapple with significant changes on the horizon that are driven by technology.Currently, wearable… Read More

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