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October 2017 News

3 key points that show a design should have been altered

Some products are inherently dangerous. No matter the design, that risk still exists. However, manufacturers have a responsibility to try to create safe designs that eliminate these risks and make the odds of injury as close to zero as possible.
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Tennessee man awarded millions in drug lawsuit after heart attack

A Tennessee native has just won a federal lawsuit against a defective drug that was improperly marketed -- although its makers have already vowed to appeal the multi-million dollar verdict.
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How do car accident claims work?

No one expects to be in a car wreck, and many people are unprepared for what to do when an accident actually happens. One of the most important parts of the after-accident to-do list is filing an accurate and timely insurance claim.
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Bart Durham Injury Law featured in DrugWatcher review

Our firm was recently featured in DrugWatcher's article, "Affected by Dangerous Drugs? Turn To These 24 Legal Websites." DrugWatcher refers to Bart Durham Injury Law by saying, "Bart makes sure that he can connect with his clients on a deeper level and uses the understanding he [...]
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Respiratory distress syndrome after birth

After the birth of your child, you want nothing more than for him or her to be 100 percent healthy. While this may be what you have on your mind, you never know what could actually go wrong.
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What's a roof crush and why do they occur?

Long before safety and crash testing started regularly being performed on cars, it wasn't uncommon for a car's roof and support beams to come crashing down during a rollover accident.
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Why don't people respond to recalls?

Many people who are injured by auto defects never have a chance to respond to recalls. The defects are ignored or covered up. They only find out about them after the fact, and it's too late.
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Lack of method to track costs of recalled defective devices

Auditors have concluded recently that there is a lack of a method to properly track the costs of recalled defective medical devices. Medicare has already spent billions of dollars on recalled devices, which has led to a "significant cause for concern." Despite this concern, the [...]
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Plan carefully after a loved one's tragic death

When your loved one passes away, there are a lot of unknown things that you might have to think about. One of these things might be what led to your loved one's death. In some instances, such as a car crash or other accident, you might know that the accident was the cause, but [...]
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What is the difference between a co-pay and a deductible?

If you've recently been in an accident, you may already know the difference between an insurance co-pay, and your insurance deductible. However, not everyone may understand the difference and how they affect what you pay for health coverage.
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Annual Haunted Open House scheduled for Halloween

For the third year, the firm will be hosting a Haunted Open House on Tuesday, October 31, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at our office in Parkway Towers, located at 404 James Robertson Parkway, Suite 1712.
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Auto insurance policy limits explained

Purchasing auto insurance seems like an overly complicated process, but we're here to help clear the air on a few things. One of the most confusing aspects of determining your car insurance rates are the limits on your insurance, and making sure you have enough insurance to [...]
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What is the bicycle door zone?

Riding a bicycle is a lot of fun. You have the opportunity to experience the outdoors, get some exercise and maybe even speed up your commute. This is all in addition to the opportunity to save money.
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Do you know why drugs are recalled?

When you take any type of drug, either prescription or over-the-counter, you hope that it treats your condition in the intended manner.
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