Does Having Surgery Add More Value to a Car Crash Claim?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 19, 2021 in Auto Accident
There are many factors that determine the overall value of a crash victim’s claim. Sometimes surgeries and other costly treatments can increase a claim’s value. However, there are other circumstances where having surgery could actually reduce the value…Read More
What if My Boss Pressures Me to Return to Work Too Soon After an Injury?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 17, 2021 in Workers' Compensation
After a job-related accident, employees may sometimes feel pressure from their boss to go back to work too soon. However, going back to work before being medically cleared can cause many problems for an injured worker. At Greg Coleman Law, we know this…Read More
Will My Car Insurance Cover a Crash Due to a Tire Blowout?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 10, 2021 in Auto Accident
A car crash caused by a tire blowout is an unexpected and terrifying experience for most people. After the shock of the accident wears off, drivers may wonder if the insurance company will pay for any of the damages. However, whether your car insurance…Read More
What if Lack of Driver Training Causes a Truck Crash?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 04, 2021 in Truck Accident
Any type of traffic accident can cause serious or even fatal injuries. When the collision involves a large commercial truck, however, the damages are even more devastating. There are bound to be some accidents, given the millions of trucks currently traveling…Read More
Could a Past Conviction Hurt My Personal Injury Case?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 29, 2021 in Personal Injury
When someone decides to pursue a personal injury claim after being harmed by another’s negligence, there are a lot of things that could impact the outcome of their case. One example of this is if the plaintiff has a history of prior driving convictions.…Read More
What Can I Do if a Collision Depreciates the Value of My Car?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 22, 2021 in Auto Accident
New cars begin to lose value in an amazingly short time, even without being involved in an accident. In fact, as soon as you drive them off the lot, they may depreciate by as much as 11 percent. However, when your vehicle is involved in a collision, the…Read More
Who is Liable for a Crash That Happens While Test-Driving a New Car?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 18, 2021 in Auto Accident
When looking into buying a new car, taking it out for a test drive is exciting for many motorists. Some drivers love the thrill of trying out a vehicle that has a more powerful engine or looks sleeker than their current vehicle. Others may be more concerned…Read More
Can I Sue for PTSD After a Car Crash That I Did Not Cause?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 04, 2021 in Auto Accident
Traffic accidents cause a lot of serious harm and financial hardship, both for victims and their families. Getting treatment for physical injuries is of immediate importance. However, many injured victims may need ongoing medical help if they also suffered…Read More
How is Loss of Earning Capacity Determined in an Injury Claim?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Sep 29, 2021 in Personal Injury
When people are seriously harmed by another person's negligent or reckless behavior, they often need financial help. Under Tennessee laws, victims injured by negligence have the right to seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and other damages.…Read More
What Happens if My Car Crash Claim Exceeds Policy Limits?
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Sep 22, 2021 in Auto Accident
Car insurance claims are often challenging and stressful, especially to the injured victims dealing with multiple medical bills. The light at the end of the legal tunnel is the hope of being awarded fair compensation to help you cover your losses. However,…Read More