Tag Archives: Clinton Injury Attorney
How Do You Collect a Personal Injury Judgment in Tennessee?
When you see a headline about someone winning a large personal injury judgment in court, you probably do not stop to think about how—or even if—the plaintiff actually collects damages from the defendant. A judgment, after all, is really nothing more than a piece of paper signed by a judge that says the plaintiff… Read More »
What Happens If a Volunteer Is Injured While Working on My House?
Many of us enjoy doing our own home repair and home improvement projects. Some of us go so far as to build our own homes. If you take this course of action, it is important to be aware of the potential legal risks you might incur if you hire other people to assist you… Read More »
Is It Safe to Take My Child to a Tennessee Indoor Trampoline Park?
In a famous episode of the long-running comedy series “The Simpsons,” Homer Simpson acquires a used trampoline and proceeds to charge neighborhood kids admission to jump on it. Homer’s quick financial windfall turns ugly, however, as scores of children are injured on the unsafe trampoline and are eventually seen strewn about the Simpsons’ lawn… Read More »
What Are a “Deadbeat Dad’s” Rights Under Tennessee’s Wrongful Death Law?
In Tennessee, a wrongful death lawsuit is designed to compensate certain family members for the loss of a loved one due to the “wrongful act, omission, or killing by another.” For example, if a person is killed in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, the deceased victim’s spouse may file a wrongful… Read More »
Holding Manufacturers Responsible for Fatal Workplace Accidents
Thousands of Tennessee workers suffer serious workplace injuries every year. Tragically, some of these workplace injuries result in death. While some of these cases may truly be accidental or unavoidable, many workplace injuries and fatalities are the result of an employer’s negligence and insufficient safety practices. Unfortunately for workers and their families, employers are… Read More »