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South West Airlines Flight 1380 Engine Failure New York to Dallas

South West Airline Protested Against Inspection Order After First SWA Fan Blade Accident in 2016 South West Airlines (SWA) protested against a directive from the manufacturers of its CFM56-7B jet engines to inspect all the airline’s similar engines after the first incident involving a broken fan blade on a flight in 2016.  The near disaster [...]

April 24th, 2018|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

What is the Chance of an Injury on a Nashville Bus?

The MTA bus crash in downtown Nashville last week puts the spotlight firmly back on bus safety here in Nashville and elsewhere in the state. We tend to think of public transport options as being inherently safer than using your own car, but are they? Is there any justification for feeling too afraid to use [...]

March 28th, 2018|Car Accidents, Personal Injury|0 Comments

Johnson & Johnson Lose Talcum Powder Cancer Trial

Johnson & Johnson, the U.S. multinational pharmaceutical company based in New Jersey, has lost another major lawsuit filed by a plaintiff who has claimed that the use of the company’s talcum powder over a long period resulted in ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson have inexplicably continued to deny any known link between their talc products [...]

March 22nd, 2018|Defective Products, Personal Injury|0 Comments

Tennessee Boating Accidents

Tennessee, like other states, has strict boating laws that are designed to prevent accidents, but some boaters either don’t know what they are or don’t care. There is a tendency for some boat operators to think that they are free from the sorts of rules that are in force on the roads. They are not. [...]

February 22nd, 2018|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Heart Surgery Infection Risk From Contaminated Surgical Equipment

Patients who have undergone open heart surgery may be at risk of a potentially fatal bacterial infection which appears to be associated with a specific type of device known as a heater-cooler device. Complicating the risk is that symptoms of infection may only begin weeks or even months after surgery has been completed, diagnosis is [...]

January 24th, 2018|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

7 Injured in Greyhound Bus Crash Bound for Nashville Tennessee

Multiple people were hurt after a Greyhound bus bound for Nashville was involved in a crash with multiple commercial vehicles on southbound Interstate 65 on Tuesday, January 16, 2017. The crash happened at about 8:40a.m. on Tuesday morning just south of Elizabethtown, KY.  Officials with the Kentucky State Police said the collision involved the bus, [...]

JetBlue Flight 50 Skids Off Boston Taxiway – Is Air Travel Any Safer Today?

The JetBlue flight 50 accident at Boston Airport on Monday 25th December 2017 was a reminder of just how close to disaster it can be when a modern airplane encounters a problem during flight or on the runway. The JetBlue accident fortunately had no serious consequences. No-one was injured or killed when the plane landed [...]

January 3rd, 2018|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Have You Had a Hip Replacement Recently?

Thankfully, few medical devices have to be recalled because it has been discovered that they were defective, but when this does happen it is usually big news.  Although it is normally the Federal Food & Drug Administration (FDA) that has the final authority to order a recall, more often the company that manufactures the device [...]

December 25th, 2017|Defective Products|0 Comments

Pharmaceutical Firms Sued Amidst Tennessee’s Opioid Crisis

When pharmaceutical companies manufacture and market products that they know are addictive, yet fail to warn their customers, can this be regarded as a “product liability issue”? Are the companied liable for the addiction to the drugs they sell or the misery that follows addiction? Tennessee has certainly seen more than its fair share of [...]

October 27th, 2017|General|0 Comments

Is Tennessee’s Speed Limit Too High or Too Low?

It’s been thirty years since the federal government started to relax maximum speed restrictions on state highways which had been brought in during the previous decade, ostensibly due to worries about fuel availability. It’s hard to remember the rationale at the time, as global politics have gone through so many cartwheels since the seventies. It [...]

September 22nd, 2017|Car Accidents|0 Comments