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Tag Archives: Medical Negligence


TN Court Revives Lawsuit Against Jailhouse Doctors Over Patient Death

By John Willis |

There are far too many cases in Tennessee where people lose a family member due to improper institutional care, such as nursing home neglect and abuse. This is especially true when it comes to individuals with serious medical issues who are incarcerated in local jails. Police are quick to arrest a drug addict for… Read More »

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Ordinary vs. Medical Negligence in Tennessee Courts

By John Willis |

Tennessee law draws a bright line between ordinary negligence and health care negligence, i.e. medical malpractice. Before filing a medical malpractice claim, a victim must comply with certain additional legal requirements. For example, the victim must file a certificate indicating they consulted with one or more experts who believe there is a “good faith… 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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Court Tosses Jury Verdict Against Hospital Over Widower’s Mistake

By Brad Burnette |

A personal injury lawsuit is not a simple matter. It can take years to assemble a case, present it to a jury, and deal with any appeals. Do not assume you can handle all of this on your own. Especially when you are coping with the wrongful death of a family member, hiring an… Read More »

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