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Tag Archives: Tennessee Injury Claims


Can the Defendant in a Personal Injury Case Demand to See My Private Facebook Account?

By John Willis |

We live in a culture where it is now common practice to share every aspect of our lives on social media. Many of us have online-exclusive “friends” who follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and similar platforms. But if you are involved in a car accident or another event that leads to a serious… Read More »

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What Happens If the Defendant in My Personal Injury Case Dies Before I Can Sue?

By John Willis |

All Tennessee personal injury cases, such as lawsuits arising from car accidents must be filed within a certain time period. This is commonly known as the statute of limitations. For most personal injury claims, the statute of limitations is one year from the date of the underlying accident. But there are a number of… Read More »

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How Do You Collect a Personal Injury Judgment in Tennessee?

By Brad Burnette |

When you see a headline about someone winning a large personal injury judgment in court, you probably do not stop to think about how—or even if—the plaintiff actually collects damages from the defendant. A judgment, after all, is really nothing more than a piece of paper signed by a judge that says the plaintiff… Read More »

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