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What is the Standard of Disability Required to Qualify for SSDI Benefits?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are designed to make up for income lost due to a medical condition or disease that prevents a person from performing gainful employment. Unlike Read More

Understanding Tennessee’s Statutory Cap on Noneconomic Damages

If you were hurt in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you have the right to seek full compensation for your medical bills, lost wages and other resulting expenses, Read More

Fatal Pedestrian Accidents on the Rise in Tennessee

While the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a decrease in motor vehicle traffic in Tennessee, the number of deadly pedestrian accidents has gone up. Fatal pedestrian accidents, which began to Read More

Who Is Entitled to Recover Damages in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Losing a loved one is always a devastating event, but losing someone due to another person’s wrongful act can make the pain even harder to bear. If you’ve experienced such Read More

Who Besides the Driver May Be at Fault for a Truck Accident?

Truck accidents are among the most serious personal injury accidents. Because tractor-trailers and semi-trucks are so large and heavy, catastrophic injuries can result to occupants of other vehicles involved in Read More

Some Americans May Soon Be at Greater Risk of Losing Their Social Security Disability Benefits

Approximately 16 million Americans depend on Social Security Disability benefits to help make ends meet. These federal payments provide essential financial support to adults and children with physical or mental Read More

How Do Your Automobile and Health Insurance Policies Divide Coverage for Your Crash Injuries?

If you live in Tennessee and you’ve been injured in an auto accident, do you know which insurance policy — automobile or medical — you should look to for compensation? Read More

How Does Your Own Fault Affect Your Damages When You Bring a Slip and Fall Claim in Tennessee?

If you slip and fall on someone’s premises because of a wet floor, cracked pavement or some other hazardous property condition, you might think that the property owner is liable Read More

Can Medical Malpractice Defendants’ Attorneys Speak Privately to the Plaintiff’s Non-Party Health Providers?

The right of defense counsel to converse one-to-one with a plaintiff’s medical care providers was at issue in a recent wrongful death suit brought against a hospital, a medical clinic Read More

Due to COVID-19 , Some Police Departments Not Responding to Minor Auto Accident Calls

Police officers and other first responders face increased risks due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has changed nearly every facet of our lives. As stay at home orders in many Read More

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