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Do you know the Ins and Outs of Accepting a Personal Injury Offer?

There are pros and cons to accepting an insurance company’s settlement offer. The advantages are that you can forego a lengthy trial which may incur large costs in court, but the disadvantage is that you could be accepting less than you’re entitled to receive. Our flow chart will demonstrate the differences between the two options. [...]

May 4th, 2019|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Non Economic Damage Determination in Tennessee

If you have been hurt in an accident which was not your fault and can identify who or what caused your injuries you may be aware that you have a good chance of claiming compensation. It is easier if the at-fault party is insured. This is almost always the case if you were injured on [...]

April 27th, 2019|Personal Injury|0 Comments

The Tennessee Statute Of Limitations For Car Accident Claims

If you are involved in a car accident, you have the right to seek compensation in the form of damages for injuries sustained and/or any resulting property damage. It is however worth noting that you only have a limited window of time within which you should file the claim – referred to as the statute [...]

April 25th, 2019|Car Accidents|0 Comments

Who Will Ultimately Pay Compensation in The Boeing 737 Max 8 Saga?

Boeing and its insurers may be facing multiple claims over the next few months. That is if the reason for the two fatal accidents involving its 737 Max 8 aircraft and subsequent grounding of the global fleet of Max 8s is definitively nailed down as an engineering defect. The likely plaintiffs include Ethiopian Airlines, Lion [...]

April 21st, 2019|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Was Your Injury Caused by Someone Who Didn’t “Move Over?”

If you were injured while waiting on the side of a Tennessee road or highway for help, you may be able to claim compensation from the driver whose vehicle hit yours. There has been a law in place in Tennessee for nearly two years now that requires drivers to keep out of the way, or [...]

March 30th, 2019|Car Accidents|0 Comments

Boeing Could Have a Huge Bill to Pay for Max 8 Crash Deaths

As a growing number of countries and airlines grounded the ill fated Boeing 737 Max 8 after 2 unusually similar crashes in which all passengers and crew died, the spotlight turned on the U.S. and Canada. Both countries initially expressed confidence in the safety of Boeing’s latest version of its popular aircraft but many people [...]

March 16th, 2019|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

How a Police Report Can Affect Your Chances of Obtaining Compensation in a Personal Injury Claim

A police report is a routine procedure following accidents in which someone was injured or killed, especially accidents that happen on a public highway. Police are much more likely to attend a vehicle accident if the accident causes a blockage on the road and traffic is held up. They also turn up to investigate if [...]

February 24th, 2019|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Things that Strengthen Defective Product Case

Most often, defective product liability claim is raised when the victim is injured by using a certain product. In order for such claims to be valid, the injury must result in some sort of loss. While filing a defective product case, the product under consideration has to be proved defective. A product will be considered [...]

January 29th, 2019|Defective Products|0 Comments

The Dangers of a Tired Tennessee Driver

Have you ever nodded off while at the wheel of a car or a truck? It doesn’t need to be a full blown nap; it could be a ‘microsleep.’ Even a second of inattention could mean you driving several dozen yards at an average speed of 55 mph and that might just be enough to [...]

January 18th, 2019|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Strategies to Strengthen Your Motorcycle Accident Case

Given the complicated nature of injuries resulted from motorcycle accidents and other factors involved, it is difficult to litigate such cases. There is a general belief among motorcyclists that they are discriminated and are judged and treated more roughly by others than the victims involved in the accidents. In order to avoid such a complex [...]

January 17th, 2019|Motorcycle Accidents|0 Comments