Greg Coleman Law Blog & Industry Commentary

What Happens to My Workers’ Comp Benefits if I Get Fired?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jul 24, 2020 in Workers' Compensation

No one wants to get injured while working, but accidents do happen. Construction workers may have the highest risk for getting hurt, but even office employees can suffer an injury while performing their duties. Greg Coleman Law talks about what could…

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Can Parents Pursue a Personal Injury Claim on Behalf of a Child?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jul 17, 2020 in Personal Injury

Injured children under the age of 18 years cannot bring a personal injury claim for themselves. So what can parents do if someone else's reckless behavior causes their child to suffer an injury and they are left with mounting medical costs? While there…

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Is A Settlement Better Than a Jury Verdict in a Personal Injury Case?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jul 02, 2020 in Personal Injury

Are you considering filing a personal injury complaint after being hurt in a car crash caused by another’s negligence? At Greg Coleman Law, we often answer client questions about personal injury legal cases. One of the common questions asked is whether…

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Wrongful Death on the Job: Is it Workers’ Comp or a Lawsuit?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jun 26, 2020 in Workers' Compensation

When families suffer the loss of a loved one due to a work injury or contagious disease, it can be overwhelming to even consider legal options. However, the final expenses of a loved one often creates a stressful burden, and while compensation cannot…

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Who is Liable For a Wide Turn Truck Crash in Tennessee?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jun 22, 2020 in Truck Accident

Wide-turn truck crashes are often the result of driver negligence, however, there are circumstances where other third parties may share liability. Greg Coleman Law explains more about how wide-turn truck crashes happen, including who may be liable for…

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The economic aftermath of COVID-19 has greatly impacted many businesses and caused others to close their doors forever. If you suffered a workplace injury and this happens while you are in the middle of pursuing your workers’ compensation benefits, what…

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Who is Liable When a Delivery Driver is Injured On The Job?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Jun 05, 2020 in Personal Injury

When a delivery driver is injured on the job, determining who may be liable for your injuries and other damages may be complicated. While we encourage you to contact an experienced attorney after suffering an injury caused by another's negligent actions,…

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Increased Risk For Pedestrians as Cars Get Back on the Road

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on May 29, 2020 in Auto Accident

Pedestrian deaths from traffic accidents in Tennessee and across the country have increased steadily since 2009 and it is a trend that does not seem to be decreasing, even with the emptier roads due to the pandemic. As states begin to reopen and more…

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Getting Your Personal Injury Treated During the Pandemic

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on May 22, 2020 in Personal Injury

The coronavirus outbreak has made people feel unsafe to go to hospitals and other medical facilities after suffering an injury. However, even during the COVID-19 crisis, whether your accident happened while sheltering-in-place or it was due to another’s…

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Facts and Misconceptions About Tennessee’s Statute of Limitations

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on May 15, 2020 in Personal Injury

When someone is injured in a traffic accident, it can be overwhelming to make decisions. For some, this may mean putting off filing a claim to pursue compensation for the injuries and other damages you may have suffered. Greg Coleman Law explains Tennessee’s…

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