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How Tennessee’s Agritourism Law Affects the Legal Rights of Accident Victims

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

There are many car accidents where more than one party may be at fault. This is why Tennessee’s comparative fault rules require a jury to apportion liability among all responsible parties. This can pose a problem for a victim, however, if one or more of these parties are not actually part of the lawsuit–and… Read More »

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Nashville Truck Stop Owner Not Responsible for Security Guard’s Fatal Shooting of Customer

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Tennessee courts follow what is known as a modified comparative fault rule in personal injury cases. Put simply, if the plaintiff is equally or more at-fault than the defendant for an accident, the defendant is not liable for any damages. There is no precise formula for apportioning fault–it ultimately depends on the facts of… Read More »

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