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Tag Archives: Personal Injury Lawsuits

Understanding the Dangers of All-Terrain Vehicle Use

By Brad Burnette |

All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are a popular choice for recreation in Tennessee. But ATV usage is also a leading cause of personal injury and even death. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which has tracked ATV usage since the 1980s, recently noted that Tennessee is among the top ten U.S. states for ATV-related fatalities, with… Read More »

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Personal Injury Lawsuits Often Turn on Procedural Issues

By Brad Burnette |

When it comes to personal injury cases, Tennessee law does not treat all claims the same. Certain cases may be subject to different procedural rules. It is important to understand these differences because they can negatively affect your ability to seek and recover damages against a responsible party. Distinguishing Negligence from Health Care Liability… Read More »

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Tennessee Court Says Home Inspector Not Liable for Missing Defective Deck Railing

By John Willis |

If you are seriously injured on someone else’s property, you may be able to recover damages against the owner if he or was negligent in maintaining the property. Such personal injury lawsuits may also extend to others responsible for the property’s maintenance, such as a management company. But what about third parties who might… Read More »

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