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Tag Archives: Personal Injury Lawsuit

Establishing a Defendant’s “Duty of Care” in a Negligence Case

By John Willis |

In a personal injury lawsuit based on negligence, a plaintiff must prove that the defendant breached some “duty of care.” As a general rule, according to the Tennessee Supreme Court, when a person “assumes to act, even though gratuitously,” he or she “may thereby become subject to the duty of acting carefully,” and can… Read More »

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Bringing a Wrongful Death Claim in Tennessee

By Brad Burnette |

There is no amount of money that can compensate for losing a child. But when a child dies due to a third party’s negligence, the parents have a legal right to seek justice. In Tennessee, as in most states, the most common venue for such justice comes in the form of a wrongful death… Read More »

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Tennessee Jury Awards Stalking Victim $55 Million

By Brad Burnette |

Negligence and personal injury can take many forms. Although we generally associate personal injury claims with matters like car accidents or medical malpractice, there is a wide variety of negligent acts that may entitle a victim to compensation. For example, a Nashville jury recently made international headlines when it awarded an eight-figure sum to… Read More »

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Can I Recover Nothing Even If the Other Driver Caused the Accident?

By John Willis |

If you bring a personal injury lawsuit arising from a car accident, it is not enough to establish the defendant’s liability. Even if the defendant admits causing the accident, the plaintiff must still prove he or she suffered injuries requiring compensation. It is perfectly acceptable under Tennessee law for a defendant to be held… Read More »

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