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Tag Archives: Driver Negligence

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What Is Considered “Negligence Per Se” in a Tennessee Car Accident?

By John Willis |

A critical element in any personal injury case is proving the defendant was negligent. If the defendant’s actions violated a state or local law, it may constitute “negligence per se.” In a car accident, for example, a defendant who goes against the “rules of the road” and injures someone else as a result is… Read More »

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Appeals Court Throws Out $100,000 Judgment Against Knoxville Area Transit

By John Willis |

Winning a personal injury verdict from a judge or jury is often just the first step in a long process of seeking compensation from a negligent party. The defendant almost always appeals such verdicts. And while appellate courts normally afford deference to the original fact-finders, there are cases where the reviewing judges may took… Read More »

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Tennessee Court Upholds $200K Accident Judgment Against County

By John Willis |

Under normal circumstances, a person can be held liable when they fail to follow traffic rules and a car accident results. For example, if you run a red light and collide with another vehicle that was obeying the traffic signal, the law presumes you are at fault for the accident. But there are exceptions… Read More »

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What Happens When a Jury Awards an Accident Victim Too Little?

By Brad Burnette |

If you have been in a car accident, you may incur thousands of dollars in medical expenses. If the accident was the result of another driver’s negligence, you have the right to seek compensation for those medical expenses in a Tennessee court. And while juries have some discretion in determining the appropriate amount of… Read More »

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