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The Statute of Limitations for Filing an Accident Lawsuit in Tennessee

Tennessee, like every other state in the nation, has a limit on the amount of time in which you can file a lawsuit against a responsible party after you suffer Read More

When Can a Tennessee Plaintiff Get Punitive Damages in a Personal Injury Case?

When Can a Tennessee Plaintiff Get Punitive Damages in a Personal Injury Case? There are several categories of damages an injured plaintiff can claim in a lawsuit. Special damages refer to Read More

What Is the “Pecuniary Value of Life” in a Tennessee Wrongful Death Claim?

What Is the “Pecuniary Value of Life” in a Tennessee Wrongful Death Claim? If you have lost a loved one in a tragic accident or because of some negligent act or Read More

How Soon After an Injury Event Must a Victim Die to Qualify as a Wrongful Death?

In the case of a car crash, an accident victim may die within seconds. But other injury events, such as a misdiagnosis of cancer, can cause harm to a person Read More

The Role of Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Cases

To win a personal injury case, a plaintiff has the burden of proving several separate elements, most importantly fault and harm. This proof must be clear and convincing for a Read More

Modified Comparative Negligence in Tennessee Accident Claims

If you have been injured in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you have the right to pursue a claim. However, before you do so, it is important that Read More

Who Can Bring a Tennessee Wrongful Death Claim?

When a loved one passes away, there are often a variety of legal repercussions. The family may have to deal with distributing property, probating a will and closing all types Read More

Football and Traumatic Brain Injuries in Kids

It’s common for children playing football to suffer injuries on the field, many of which can be shrugged off. However, when it comes to head injuries, no incident should be Read More

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