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Tag Archives: Tennessee Medical Malpractice

Can I Be Blamed for My Doctor’s Malpractice?

By John Willis |

Comparative fault is a common defense raised in Tennessee personal injury lawsuits. Basically, the defendant claims the plaintiff’s actions somehow contributed to his or her injury. In a car accident lawsuit, for example, a defendant accused of negligent driving might argue the plaintiff was also negligent and therefore at least partially responsible for the… Read More »

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When Will a Tennessee Court Find Mandatory Arbitration “Unconscionable”?

By Brad Burnette |

Forced arbitration is an ongoing problem for Tennessee residents seeking justice. Many nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, and other personal injury claims are kept out of court through mandatory arbitration clauses in contracts. In most cases, the injured party (or their family) is unaware they are signing away their due process rights. And Tennessee… Read More »

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