When someone is injured by a defective product, several parties could be held liable for the victim’s injury. However, determining which party is liable depends on what caused the product to become dangerous or harmful for users.
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If you were injured by a health care provider’s negligence, you must file your claim within Tennessee’s statute of limitations. However, the start of this deadline may vary depending on the circumstances of your case.
If you are filing a medical malpractice… Read More
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Mar 08, 2018 in Auto Accident
When a vehicle strikes a pedestrian, it often results in the pedestrian suffering serious life-threatening injuries. In order for pedestrians to stay safe while walking near traffic, it is important to know and follow Tennessee’s pedestrian laws.
If… Read More
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Feb 21, 2018 in Truck Accident
Because of the size and weight of a commercial semi-truck, a collision involving one of these vehicles can be devastating. Often, truck accident victims suffer severe injuries that can result in permanent disability or death.
If you or someone you love… Read More
Tennessee workers who are injured on the job may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. However, the amount of benefits an employee is entitled to receive often depends on his or her medical impairment rating. Generally, an employee is entitled… Read More
Before an accident victim can recover compensation for a personal injury claim, he or she must be able to establish that the at-fault party’s negligence caused the accident and his or her injuries.
This will require the help of a skilled attorney who… Read More
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jan 25, 2018 in Auto Accident
Motor vehicle accidents can lead to significant injuries that can have long-term effects on victims. However, some injuries have delayed symptoms that appear several days or weeks after an auto accident.
At Greg Coleman Law, our Knoxville car accident… Read More
If you are disabled and unable to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. These benefits provide financial assistance and support to take care of your basic needs.
However, if your SSD claim is denied, you will have to submit… Read More
On Jan. 1, 2018, Tennessee became the first and only state in the U.S. to enact a law that eases restrictions against automobile dealers who profit from selling recalled vehicles to consumers without first performing safety recall repairs.
Under HB0141,… Read More
By Jennifer Bennett
As we’ve talked about before on this blog, what you don’t know can hurt you. Take Harvey Weinstein, for example, who was allegedly sexually harassing—and then blackballing—women in Hollywood for at least twenty years… Read More