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Monthly Archives: July 2021

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The Dangers Of Distracted Driving

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

We all know the dangers of drunk driving, and most of us would never do it. But we often do something that’s almost as bad as drunk driving when it comes to danger on the road: Distracted driving. What is Distracted Driving? It used to be that distracted driving was related to cellphones and… Read More »

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Time Limits To File Injury Lawsuits In Tennessee Can Be Short

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When it comes to the time that you have to file a lawsuit in Tennessee, the clock starts ticking early, and it doesn’t last long. Compared to many other states, where the time to file a personal injury lawsuit can last years, Tennessee has a very short time period. How Long Do You Have… Read More »

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Compromise Is Great – But Not If You’re On A Jury

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

In life, compromise is a good thing. We all want people to give a little and get a little. But you may be surprised to know that when it comes to jury verdicts, compromise is a bad thing, and can lead to overturning of an injury verdict. What’s Wrong With Making a Deal? You… Read More »

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Amazon Again Found Liable For Defective Products That It Sells

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

For the second time in about the last year, a court has held that Amazon is liable for injuries caused by the products that it sells. This is in keeping with the doctrine of strict liability and products liability, which makes every company in the chain of manufacturing and distribution, potentially liable for injuries… Read More »

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Additur: A Judge’s Power To Increase A Jury’s Award

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

In a personal injury case, the jury has the ultimate say. Whether in trial, or after trial on appeal, the judge is not supposed to interfere with the jury’s decision. The jury is in the best position to make factual determinations, and courts will almost never alter a jury’s verdict just because the court… Read More »

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What Is The Eggshell Plaintiff Doctrine?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

As a general rule, a negligent defendant is liable for the injuries that are caused by the defendant’s negligence. Causation becomes a big issue in personal injury cases, and many defendants argue that although they were in fact careless, their carelessness did not cause the victim’s injuries. What is a Defendant Responsible For? But… Read More »

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Are Police Reports Admissible In Your Personal Injury Case?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Whenever there is a car accident and there is a dispute about who caused the accident or about any fact surrounding the accident, the parties often say the same thing: “get the police report!” The police report seems to be the final, be-all end-all when it comes to what happened at the scene of… Read More »

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Will You have To Pay Taxes On Your Personal Injury Settlement?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

With a settlement or a verdict in a personal injury case comes money designed to help compensate you for the losses you’ve suffered as a result of an accident. But as you likely know, with money, comes taxes. Can the IRS tax your personal injury verdict or settlement? The answer to that question is… Read More »

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