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Monthly Archives: September 2021

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Can A Judge Be Removed From A Case?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Although in a Tennessee personal injury case, it is the jury that will make most of the decisions that resolve factual disputes, the judge still has a large say in the legal decisions that happen in trial. Think of the judge as the “gatekeeper,” ruling what the jury will get to consider or not… Read More »

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Gravesite Injury Case Gets New Life

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Although no personal injury case is easy or routine, it is certainly true that there are some kinds of cases that happen over and over again. Attorneys who practice personal injury law are probably used to handling car accidents, slip and falls, malpractice, or premises liability type cases. But every now and then, there’s… Read More »

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Coefficient Of Friction In Slip And Fall Cases

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Many of us know what friction is. But you may not be aware how it plays into a personal injury case. Friction—specifically the friction between your shoes and the ground—can be a major issue in a  personal injury slip and fall case. Coefficient of Friction Simply put, friction, or coefficient of friction, as it… Read More »

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Be Careful Of Evidence That Is Too Prejudicial

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

By definition, almost all evidence in a personal injury case is prejudicial. That means every piece of evidence either favors one side, or disfavors (works against) the other side. The whole point in putting on evidence in a case is to make your side look better, and make the other side look wrong or… Read More »

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How Does Paralysis Happen?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Spinal cord injuries, and paralysis, are some of the most devastating injuries that an accident victim can sustain. But what causes paralysis? How is it that some people injure their back and walk away from the accident (or at least, walk again at some point), while others never walk again? The Anatomy of the… Read More »

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Risks And Liability For ATV Accidents

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Recreation is supposed to be fun, but in some instances it can be dangerous. Things like speed, adventure, and different terrain can hold excitement for the mere fact it is dangerous. Such is the case with a very popular activity, particularly in the Tennessee mountains: riding on an all terrain vehicle, or ATV. The… Read More »

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What Is A Liability Medicare Set Aside?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Let’s say that you have an injury case, and Medicare pays some of your medical expenses. You settle your case, pay back any doctors money that they are owed, deduct attorneys fees, and you’re done — the rest of the money is yours, right? Well, not so fast. Medicare will want a piece of… Read More »

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Your Car Likely Has A “Black Box,” And It Can Be Accessed And Used

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

You may have heard of an airplane’s black box. After an accident, the black box is usually located, and it contains vital data about what the airplane was doing right before the accident. From settings to speed to what the pilots were saying—everything is recorded on the black box. The information on the black… Read More »

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