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March 2019 News

Pedestrian Rights in Tennessee

Pedestrians and drivers often meet at intersections, parking lots, and driveways. Sometimes that pedestrian will cross the street unexpectedly causing safety issues for themselves and the driver. Other times, cars speed through an intersection where the pedestrian has the [...]
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4 Tips for Motorcycle Safety this Spring

In 2016, the federal government estimated that per total miles traveled, the number of deaths of people riding motorcycles was approximately 28 times that of people driving cars. While riding motorcycles is factually a more dangerous activity than getting behind the wheel of [...]
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7 Things You Need to Know about Attorney-Client Privilege

We take our cases very seriously, and we take your privacy seriously as well. Attorney-client privilege exists to help us keep your information confidential before, during, and after your case. It’s about respecting our clients.
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Signs an Elderly Loved One May Need to Stop Driving

It's never easy to see loved ones get older, especially when simple tasks start to become difficult. Unfortunately, some of our senior loved ones will get to a place where they are no longer driving safely. 
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Medical Transportation Costs:  What You Should Expect to Pay

In an emergency, there’s not much time to think. Someone you love is hurt, and you call 911. The dispatcher sends an ambulance. Your loved one is rushed to the nearest emergency room, and they are treated on the way to and at the hospital. It’s not until you get the bill that [...]
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Common Causes of Workplace Accidents

Workplace accidents are unfortunate, but they happen a lot more than necessary. The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development oversee the workers’ compensation for employees in the state of Tennessee. Workers’ compensation is money given to employees who were [...]
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Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Creates Program to Assist Injured Workers

The end of a workers compensation claim is a critical time for many injured workers. The lucky ones are able to return to their pre-injury employment and return to their familiar jobs. The unlucky few who are unable to return to work are all too often lost and confused in a [...]
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How Do You Deal with Property Damage While You are Getting Treated?

Car accidents can be devastating to those involved, especially if there was significant injury or property damage. Dealing with property damage while trying to heal can make it even worse. Luckily, the statute of limitations for filing actions for property damage is three [...]
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How Much Value Does a Car Accident Take Off a Car in Trade?

Accidents are unfortunate. Luckily, most Americans have (in some states they are required to have) some insurance to cover the costs of repairs. But, what happens when you go to a dealer to trade in your car a year later, and your car is worth way less than you thought?
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Common Airbag Injuries and What You Should Know

 There’s no doubt that airbags save lives. In fact, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that airbags have saved 44,869 lives from 1987 to 2015. That’s enough to fill Nashville’s Bridgestone arena — TWICE!
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