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How Brain and Spinal Injuries Can Lead to Paralysis

Accidents resulting in brain and spinal injuries can have a massive impact on the victim’s way of life, especially when it causes paralysis. Unfortunately, paralysis and other disabling injuries are Read More

Is a Landowner Liable for a Trespasser’s Slip and Fall?

It’s a common belief that trespassers enter at their own risk, but it’s not always true. There are circumstances where a property owner may be called upon to pay damages Read More

Are You Entitled To Compensation for Pain and Suffering?

If you’re injured in Tennessee as the result of a vehicle accident, a dog bite, a slip and fall, a trip and fall or other type of accident, you’ll likely be Read More

Compensation for Wrongful Death Resulting from Vehicle Accidents

Statistics show that driving or riding in a motor vehicle has become increasingly dangerous. Despite improved safety technology in vehicles, driver safety awareness and defensive driving programs, vehicle related fatalities Read More

Slip and Fall Accidents: Leading Cause of Hospital Visits But How Is Fault Determined?

Slips and falls account for more than 8 million hospital emergency visits and are ranked as the leading cause of hospital visits (21.3% of all visits), according to the National Read More

Do I Really Need A Personal Injury Attorney?

So, you’ve been in an accident of some kind, an auto crash or perhaps you slipped and fell, and your injuries are severe. It’s fairly clear in this scenario that Read More

Determining Liability in a Slip and Fall Accident

If you sustain an injury in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you may be able to file a personal injury claim against the owner and/or operator/caretaker Read More

Comparative Negligence Rules Apply to Your Slip and Fall Case

In a Tennessee slip and fall case, the court will consider whether any carelessness on your part contributed to your accident and resulting injury. Tennessee is a comparative negligence state, Read More

An Overview of Dog Bite Laws in Tennessee

Tennessee has its own set of dog bite laws that impose strict liability in some cases, and “one bite” liability rules in others. These laws are outlined in Section 44-8-413 Read More

Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Tennessee

The state of Tennessee defines wrongful death as any fatality caused by “injuries received from another” or by “the wrongful omission, or killing by another.” The state treats this type Read More

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