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Tag Archives: Hospital Liability


How Do You Prove a Tennessee Hospital Committed Malpractice?

By Brad Burnette |

If you suffer a serious injury in an accident, your life may depend on receiving immediate medical care. But what happens when the doctors are negligent and only make the situation worse? When does a medical provider’s judgment error cross the line into medical malpractice? Inaccurate Hospital Records Thwart Widow’s Lawsuit In 2008, a… Read More »

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Why Expert Testimony Is Critical in Tennessee Medical Malpractice Cases

By Brad Burnette |

Medical malpractice cases are often the most difficult type of personal injury lawsuit to win in Tennessee because plaintiffs are held to strict requirements for presenting expert testimony. Such testimony is necessary to establish causation, that is a link between the defendant’s negligence and the plaintiff’s injuries. Many medical malpractice cases turn on whether… Read More »

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Is a Tennessee Hospital Liable When One Patient Kills Another Patient?

By John Willis |

When we are injured due to someone else’s negligence, we reasonably expect the courts to hold the negligent party accountable. Unfortunately, Tennessee law often puts roadblocks in place that deny personal injury victims their day in court. In health care liability and medical malpractice cases, for example, it is not enough to simply allege… Read More »

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