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Tag Archives: Premises Liability Knoxville


Can Holiday Decorations Create a “Dangerous Condition” Under Tennessee Law?

By Brad Burnette |

A personal injury claim based on premises liability generally hinges on whether or not there was a “dangerous condition” the property owner knew about and failed to correct, to the detriment of the injured plaintiff. Sometimes a dangerous condition is easily defined. But other cases require courts to make judgment calls on what a… Read More »

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When Is a Tennessee Business Liable for the Death of an Independent Contractor

By John Willis |

Every Tennessee business owner owes a basic “duty of care” to individuals they invite onto their property. This includes not only customers but also independent contractors performed to work on the premises. But that does not automatically mean a business owner is liable for every personal injury that occurs on their property. Tennessee Court… Read More »

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