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Can a Tennessee Building Owner Blame for an Accident on Their Property?

By Fox & Farley |

People often think of premises liability cases in terms of businesses and their customers. For instance, if someone is shopping at the supermarket and slips on a puddle of water in the middle of an aisle, the store owner may be held liable for any injuries. But anyone who is lawfully invited onto a… Read More »

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Federal Audit Criticizes NHTSA’s Handling of Takata Airbag Recall

By Fox & Farley |

It seems like every week there’s a new headline about some dangerous or defective product subject to a government recall. Many people simply take it on faith that the recall will fix whatever problem exists. But the reality is that the recall process itself is far from perfect–and when we’re talking about products like… Read More »

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Tennessee Court of Appeals Tosses $28M Punitive Damage Award in Fatal Nursing Home Neglect Case

By Fox & Farley |

Nursing home abuse and neglect is a serious problem in Tennessee. Understaffed and improperly managed facilities often fail to provide the legally mandated standard of care. And when residents sustain serious injuries–or die–as a result of such mistreatment, the negligent parties need to be held accountable. Court Holds Parent Companies Not Liable for Nursing… Read More »

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What Happens When an Insurance Company Refuses to Defend a Negligent Driver from a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

By Fox & Farley |

If you are injured in a car accident, you have the right to seek damages against the negligent driver. In most cases, the other driver’s insurance company is actually responsible for defending against the personal injury claim, and paying out any damage award within the policy limits. Of course, insurance companies often try to… Read More »

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Bayer Loses Early Battle to Keep Essure Lawsuits Out of State Courts

By Fox & Farley |

Pharmaceutical giant Bayer currently faces upwards of 17,000 lawsuits throughout the country over Essure, its “permanent birth control” device which is tied to serious injuries. Although no Essure case has gone to trial as of this writing, Bayer is mounting an aggressive legal defense. In addition to denying that Essure is defective–despite announcing plans… Read More »

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Bayer AG Withdraws Essure Birth Control Devices from U.S. Market

By Fox & Farley |

Many Tennessee women use implantable “permanent” birth control devices to protect against accidental pregnancy. But are these devices actually safe? In recent months approximately 16,000 women have filed lawsuits against Bayer AG alleging its popular Essure device have caused a variety of medical complications, including damage to their uterus and Fallopian tubes. In response… Read More »

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Missouri Court Upholds $1.5M Judgment in Amusement Ride Accident Lawsuit

By Fox & Farley |

Many amusement park and amusement ride accidents are the result of improperly trained staff. Patrons trust the people operating rides to know what they are doing, especially when it comes to safety. But in too many cases, amusement operators fail to provide proper training–or even adequate staff–and the results may be catastrophic for a… Read More »

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St. Louis Jury Orders Johnson & Johnson to Pay $4.14 Billion to Talcum Powder Victims

By Brad Burnette |

Johnson & Johnson continues to rack up defeats–at least with juries–as the pharmaceutical giant recently lost another talcum powder case in Missouri. In mid-July, a jury sitting in St. Louis found Johnson & Johnson’s popular baby powder caused 22 women to develop ovarian cancer. The jury ordered the company to pay $550 million in… Read More »

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Clinton Victim Speaks Out on Rise in Tennessee Motorcycle Accidents

By John Willis |

Summer is a popular time for Tennessee motorcyclists to take to the open road. Unfortunately, the road is not always so friendly to motorcycles. There has been a notable increase in fatalities related to motorcycle accidents in recent years. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol’s most recent statistics, a record 147 motorcyclists died on… Read More »

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Custodians’ Neglect Leads to $180,000 Slip-and-Fall Judgment Against TN School District

By Brad Burnette |

Perhaps the most common type of slip-and-fall accident involves a person slipping on a wet floor due to a lack of proper warning signs. Such personal injury claims are relatively straightforward. But they may be slightly complicated when the “wet floor” in question belongs to a state or local government entity. Court Rules Teacher… Read More »

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