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The Hazards of Fatigued Truckers on Tennessee Roads

Truck drivers have hard jobs. Their work takes them away from their homes and families for days or weeks at a time. While they are on the road, they work 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

Why You Should Take (and Keep Taking) Motorcycle Safety Classes

Motorcyclists are much more likely than other motorists to be injured. In fact, per mile driven, motorcyclists are 26 times likelier to suffer fatal injuries than people in a car. Read More

When Should I Hire a Lawyer to Help Me with My SSDI Claim?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be extremely complicated. The application process is designed to initially reject all but the most obvious cases of disability. Many people with real disabilities Read More

Tennessee Tops the Nation in Distracted Driver Accidents

Using your phone is one of the most dangerous things you can do while operating a vehicle. According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Safety Council, Read More

What Happens to My SSDI Benefits When I Get Divorced?

Divorce can impact your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits in several ways. Exactly what happens when you get divorced depends on several factors, including whether you receive benefits based Read More

Who Decided Your Case - The Judge or The Attorneys?

On July 15, 2014, in a well written and unanimous decision, the Tennessee Supreme Court decisively confirmed that judges, not attorneys, must state the reasons for granting or denying motions Read More

Probate Pitfalls: Keeping Your Estate in the Right Hands

Planning for the end of life is a delicate business, whether it’s your own or your loved ones, or both.  That’s because death is many things: sad, frightening, confusing and Read More

For Athletes, Social Security Disability Could Be a Lifesaver

For the last few years, there’s been a lot of public discussion over the severity of football-related injuries. Anyone who watches an NFL game on Sunday – all three and Read More

In Tennessee, Workers Are Workers — Not Contractors

    The recession may be over, but in Tennessee we felt the pinch for a long time.  One area where some companies cut corners was in construction, where it’s easy to Read More

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