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Author Archives: Jay Butchko

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Houston Concert Deaths Bring Attention To Crowd Safety

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

The recent tragedy in Houston surrounding the concert put on by rapper Travis Scott has now spurred a series of lawsuits. These lawsuits allege significant breakdowns in security, and illustrate just how many moving parts need to be in sync and working for heavily attended concerts to be safe for concertgoers. Allegations of Errors… Read More »

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Questions To Ask To Help You Choose A Personal Injury Attorney

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When you are injured and looking for an injury attorney, the options can seem overwhelming. Every website, ad or billboard seems to have another name on it. The question isn’t where to find a personal attorney. The real question is what to look for, or what questions to ask an attorney to see if… Read More »

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Causation: What Is It And Why Is It So Important?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Let’s say that you know someone was careless, or did something wrong. Were they negligent? Do they owe you money for your bills, or your pain and suffering? Well, not automatically. That’s because in order to win in a personal injury trial, you still need to show causation. What is Causation?  Causation is the… Read More »

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Are Hold Harmless Agreements Enforceable In Tennessee?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Hold harmless agreements are used quite often. Go into an adventure park, amusement park, or engage in a sport or activity, and you’ll likely be faced with a hold harmless agreement. Are these agreements enforceable in Tennessee? What is a Hold Harmless? A hold harmless agreement is your agreement not to sue, should you… Read More »

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How Will You Prove Your Pain And Suffering In Court?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

One of the biggest parts of a personal injury case is proving your injury. After all, what is the point of showing someone else is negligent, and thus responsible for your injury, if you can’t show how injured you really are? It may sound difficult to show the extent of your injury to a… Read More »

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2020 Was A Down Year For Traffic- But A Big Year For Pedestrian Accidents

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Last year, in 2020, many of us were completely locked down, and even when the lockdown ended, many of us remained working from home. That certainly led to less traffic, and thus, fewer pedestrian deaths. Or at least, it would seem that way. Unfortunately, statistics from 2020 don’t bear that out. Pedestrian on Car… Read More »

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Are SUVs More Deadly When They Hit Pedestrians?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When a car hits a pedestrian, the results can be devastating for the pedestrian. That makes sense. Cars are large and heavy, and our bodies are no match for an oncoming vehicle. But does the type of vehicle that hits a pedestrian affect how deadly or dangerous the impact is? SUVs May Be More… Read More »

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State Releases Car Accident And Fatality Data

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

The state of Tennessee has released accident and car crash data for the entire state. The results are quite interesting, and worth noting if you use the highways of Tennessee. Bear in mind that these statistics include data from 2020, a year that in part was impacted by pandemic related shutdowns. That means that… Read More »

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Defective Ear Plugs Lead To Multi Million Dollar Verdicts

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

We trust products every day with our lives and our bodies—so many that we probably don’t give much thought to them. And although defective drugs and medications get a lot of news, medical devices also can go bad, and cause harm. One device maker, 3M, is learning that the hard way. Verdict Goes Against… Read More »

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Nursing Home Abuse Cases And Law In Tennessee

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Nursing home abuse can be the most awful of accidents and injuries. Aside from the element of abuse, which is always terrible, the abuse comes at the expense of our most vulnerable and susceptible populations. As families of these victims, we may feel powerless and even guilty when our loved ones are victims of… Read More »

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