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Monthly Archives: May 2021

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Yuck! Injuries Caused By Foreign Objects In Food Or Contaminated Food

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When we sit down for a meal, we expect that the only thing that will ever be in our food, is food. But sometimes that’s not the case. Sometimes, other materials or objects make it into our food, and other times, our food is just food but it may be old or expired or… Read More »

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Liability For Tennessee Dog Bites

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Dogs: Many of us love them and many of us own them. But unfortunately, many of us can also be injured by them. When can a Tennessee dog owner be liable for injuries caused by their dog? Tennessee Dog Bite Law Tennessee law requires that dog owners both keep their dog “under reasonable control”… Read More »

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In An Accident, Bones Can Break In Different Ways

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

We tend to think of broken bones as being broken or not broken. To some extent that is true, but many people—and jurors who will evaluate your personal injury case—don’t think much about the different kinds of broken bones. Like many kinds of injuries, the type of broken bones you have can affect how… Read More »

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What Is Uninsured Motorist Coverage And Do I Need It?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

If you are in a car accident and the person who is responsible for the accident is not insured or doesn’t have enough insurance, you may think you’re out of luck. You don’t get to choose who causes an accident that injures you. If that person is not insured, what do you do? Uninsured… Read More »

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What Is The Tennessee Good Samaritan Law?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

It is a good policy for the people of Tennessee to come to each other’s rescue, and good morally and ethically to encourage everyone to do what they can to help a fellow man or woman. But many people, when faced with the option to help someone in need, will hesitate. What if they… Read More »

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The Open And Obvious Doctrine In Slip And Fall Cases

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Can a victim sue for injuries in a slip and fall where the victim fell over something that they could have seen and should have avoided? This is the question which arises in cases that involve the open and obvious doctrine. What is an Open and Obvious Condition? As the name implies, the open… Read More »

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How To Get Punitive Damages In A Tennessee Injury Case

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Punitive damages are different than the other kinds of damages that you can receive in a Tennessee personal injury case. They are different in that they serve a much different purpose than damages that are ordinarily available to a victim. The Difference Between Damages Normally, damages are awarded to compensate a victim. The compensation… Read More »

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Understanding Design And Manufacturing Defects

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When we buy a product, we don’t expect that it will be defective and we don’t anticipate that it could be so defective that it could cause injury. But no process is 100%; even the most perfect company making the most perfect product will have some defects. In the world of products liability, not… Read More »

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