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Tag Archives: Tennessee Accident Lawsuit

Can Tennessee Law Apply to a Florida Car Accident?

By John Willis |

In the United States, most personal injury claims are heard in state courts under state law. Each state has different laws, however, which can affect the rights of victims in different ways. There are even entire categories of personal injury claims that may be permitted but barred outright in another. This is why it… Read More »

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Is an Insurance Company Obligated to Pay a Personal Injury Judgment?

By John Willis |

A personal injury lawsuit often involves a number of complex legal issues. For instance, even after a plaintiff has clearly established the defendant’s liability and proven he or she is entitled to damages, that often leads to the question of who will actually pay the award. Defendants often have insurance policies to cover personal… Read More »

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How a Directed Verdict Can Affect Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

By John Willis |

Judges are sometimes quick to dismiss a personal injury lawsuit that has merit. Even when a case proceeds to trial, a judge can still bypass the jury and order a “directed verdict.” A directed verdict is itself an extreme remedy which should only be employed when a judge, after hearing all of the evidence… Read More »

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