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Cruising Again? Better Read That Cruise Contract

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

As COVID subsides, more and more people will be getting back on cruise ships. The delay may have resulted in many people forgetting about cruise ship tickets, and all the things the tickets change and alter about your state’s personal injury laws. Tickets Alter Your Rights Cruise tickets are like contracts. They limit and… Read More »

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Things To Look Out For In Your Settlement Agreement

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Your personal injury case may go to trial, where a jury will decide whether or not you get compensation for your injuries. But most cases don’t go to trial—they settle before a trial even happens. When you settle, it’s not just a matter of you getting compensation for your injuries or expenses. The other… Read More »

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What Is Qualified Immunity?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

When there are cases of police brutality that make the news, the political debate over qualified immunity always seems to spring up. But what is qualified immunity, and why should a personal injury victim care about it? Qualified Immunity Qualified immunity is an immunity that protects government actors from being sued for injuries or… Read More »

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Liens For Medical Expenses When Your Personal Injury Case Is Over

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Normally when you use health insurance to pay for injury, illness or disease, whatever insurance pays, you don’t have to pay back. That’s the point of insurance—they pay the bill or part of it, instead of you. That’s why a lot of personal injury victims are surprised to learn, when their case is over,… Read More »

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Civil Liability For Gun Violence

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Gun violence is seemingly everywhere in America, and it’s tragic. It isn’t just the mass shootings that cause heartache either; on plenty of occasions, a single gunshot can alter a family’s life forever. When there is gun violence, we often think of criminal liability and criminal penalties. But many people don’t know that there… Read More »

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Things To Do And Not Do After A Car Accident

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

If you are involved in a car accident, you are probably full of adrenaline. The accident itself happened in a heartbeat, and your mind is racing. What do you do at the scene of an accident? And what are things that you shouldn’t do at the scene of an accident? Try not to move… Read More »

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Don’t Sign That Blanket Medical Authorization

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

Let’s say that you are in an accident, and another person or business is responsible for the accident. Shortly after the accident, you may be contacted by the other side’s insurance company or attorney. The insurance company may make offers to you, such as offers to pay for medical treatment or for wages. Hidden… Read More »

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Should You Settle Your Injury Case Or Go To Trial?

By Fox Farley Willis & Burnette |

If you file a lawsuit in your injury case, the time may come when you have a discussion with your Tennessee personal injury attorney about whether or not to settle your case, or to reject whatever offer is given to you, and opt to go all the way to trial. This is inherently an… Read More »

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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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