Greg Coleman Law Blog & Industry Commentary

Getting Compensation for Chronic Pain Syndrome Due to a Car Crash

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Dec 04, 2020 in Auto Accident

Some people may wonder why they suffer from ongoing, debilitating pain long after being involved in a car accident, sometimes even when there was no visible physical injury. Our attorneys at Greg Coleman Law discuss chronic pain syndrome, including what…

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In spite of people across the country spending more time at home due to the ongoing pandemic and government orders to quarantine in place, statistics have shown an increase in the number of fatal car accidents. Greg Coleman Law discusses why, in spite…

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Why Get Legal Help After a Crash Due to a Truck Following Too Closely

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 18, 2020 in Truck Accident

Pursuing a legal claim against a trucking company, even when fault appears to be clear, is complicated. Lawyers handling a truck accident case know it is important to obtain evidence before it is lost or destroyed.  The involved insurance and trucking…

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Does My Tennessee Car Insurance Cover an Out-of-State Accident?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 16, 2020 in Auto Accident

If you drive out-of-state for your next family vacation, you may wonder if you will be covered by your insurance if you are involved in a car accident. The short answer is, probably. However, there are some differences that may apply, depending on the…

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Vehicle Tracking Devices and How They Could Impact Your Claim

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 09, 2020 in Auto Accident

Many newer vehicles today, and even some from 2006 or earlier, may have an event data recorder (EDR) installed. However, most drivers are likely unaware what exactly this device may record or how the collected data may be used if you pursue a claim for…

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Barbershop Given Go-Ahead to Pursue COVID-19 Loss Suit Against Insurer

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Nov 06, 2020 in Firm News

Law360 (November 5, 2020, 5:59 PM EST) -- A Texas federal judge rejected a Hartford unit's bid to toss a barbershop's class suit seeking COVID-19 loss coverage, holding that at least some coverage might be available under a limited virus coverage endorsement.U.S.…

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Who is Liable for Damages Due to a Failure to "Move Over" in Tennessee?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 30, 2020 in Auto Accident

Did your car get hit by another vehicle because a driver failed to move over while you were pulled to the side of the road and waiting for help? If so, you may be eligible to pursue compensation for your injuries and other losses against the insurance…

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Can I File a Workers’ Comp Claim for Hearing Loss?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 29, 2020 in Workers' Compensation

When employees think of a workers’ compensation claim, they may often think it applies only for injuries sustained in a one-time incident. However, if you suffer from an occupational disease or injury, you may also be eligible to make a claim for benefits. Hearing…

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What is Mediation in a Personal Injury Claim?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 14, 2020 in Personal Injury

When settlement negotiations are dragging on without much success, and it begins looking like the only solution will be a trial, mediation may be used to help resolve your claim faster. Greg Coleman Law provides an overview of how mediation occurs in…

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How Can an Expert Witness Help My Personal Injury Claim?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Oct 08, 2020 in Personal Injury

When a personal injury case is complex and difficult to prove, you and your lawyer may need to consider hiring an expert witness. Their technical knowledge and experience could be the key to building a strong case. The Knoxville personal injury lawyers…

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