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COVID-19 Versus Your Case: FAQs

For general information about the pandemic and what you can do to protect yourself and your family, read our blog post: COVID-19 Protocol and Information. For Federal-, Kentucky-, and Tennessee-specific information about COVID-19 financial assistance programs, unemployment [...]
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COVID-19 Protocol and Information

For Federal-, Kentucky-, and Tennessee-specific information about COVID-19 financial assistance programs, unemployment benefits, and government response to the pandemic, read our blog post: COVID-19 Resources and Assistance Programs. For answers to the most common questions [...]
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Tips for Safe and Family-Friendly Easter Decorations

Easter is a great time to make lasting childhood memories. Egg hunts, Easter baskets full of goodies, and family time are all opportunities to give the kids something they will remember as they grow up. Family traditions are passed on in times like these, and they can be [...]
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What is 'Pain and Suffering' and how is it Calculated?

You’ve been in an accident. It wasn’t your fault. It was a scary experience but you survived. And now that you’ve come out the other side, you should be compensated for all that you lost. This can be determined fairly easily when it comes to physical items. Maybe your car [...]
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Public Intoxication Laws in Nashville

With St. Patrick’s day right around the corner, we figured it’d be a good time to talk about public intoxication laws. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated each year with drink specials at bars that start very early in the day. And when people start drinking early, there’s bound [...]
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Beware of Drunk Drivers on St. Patrick’s Day

It seems like the whole city turns green one day every March. St. Patrick’s Day in Nashville is a celebration of the Irish in all of us, even if your ancestors never stepped foot on the Emerald Isle. There are plenty of fun things to do and they can get started fairly early [...]
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Nashville Strong: Relief Efforts After the Tornado

A powerful storm cut across middle Tennessee in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Tornadoes touched down in Nashville and surrounding middle Tennessee communities, destroying everything in their path with 165-mile-per-hour winds and punishing rain. Currently, 25 people [...]
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How a Concussion Affects Your Way of Life

Car accidents are dangerous and frightening, but one danger we often forget about is concussions. According to the CDC, concussions are mild traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and they can be caused by car accidents. Not only can concussions have immediate symptoms, but they [...]
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How to File a Claim for a Child Injured in an Auto Accident

If your child was injured in an accident, you probably have a lot of questions. What are his or her rights? How do you seek compensation? How and when do you file claims? The legal system is about as intuitive as brain surgery, so it’s understandable if you’re confused or [...]
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Electric Scooter Injuries Raise Legal Questions

If you live in a larger city like Nashville or Louisville, you’ve probably seen electric scooters on the roads. You can hardly walk down the street without seeing them on the sidewalks. Perhaps you’ve even rented one. Recently, however, these scooters have been part of a [...]
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