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Oct6, 2015

Runaway Wheels and Other Tire Defects

By |Oct 6, 2015|Categories: Blog, Truck Accidents|0 Comments

We tend to take our vehicle’s tires for granted, and you might not even think about them until it comes time to change a flat or replace them when they become worn. On a large […]

Sep28, 2015

Preventing Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence with Granny Cams in Tennessee

By |Sep 28, 2015|Categories: Blog, Nursing Home Abuse|0 Comments

Of the more than 15,000 nursing homes in the United States, more than one third of them – a number which includes 39 percent of all nursing home residents in the country – received one […]

Sep21, 2015

Car Accidents Caused by Reckless Driving

By |Sep 21, 2015|Categories: Auto Accidents, Blog|0 Comments

The leading cause of car accidents is driver error, and reckless driving is one of those errors that cause many accidents where people lose their lives or suffer catastrophic injuries. Tennessee law defines a reckless […]

Sep14, 2015

Technology Solutions to Solve Drowsy Truck Drivers’ Trucking Accidents

By |Sep 14, 2015|Categories: Blog, Truck Accidents|0 Comments

Driver drowsiness and fatigue are responsible for as many as 7,500 fatal motor vehicle accidents each year in the United States, with 25 percent of those crashes involving fatalities, according to the Centers for Disease […]

Sep8, 2015

Social Security Disability – Do I Really Need to Hire a Lawyer?

By |Sep 8, 2015|Categories: Blog, Social Security Disability|0 Comments

While the Social Security Administration never requires a claimant to have legal representation, there are some situations in the application process where it could benefit the applicant significantly to have an experienced attorney on their […]

Sep3, 2015

Recovery Blood Clot Filter Linked to Hundreds of Injuries and Deaths

By |Sep 3, 2015|Categories: Blog, Defective Medical Devices|0 Comments

Defective medical devices are one of the leading causes of personal injury and medical malpractice lawsuits in this country. Now, NBC News has uncovered a horrific link between C.R. Bard’s Recovery Blood Clot Filter and […]

Aug31, 2015

Definitive Link Found between Paxil and Prozac and Birth Defects

By |Aug 31, 2015|Categories: Blog, Dangerous Drugs, Defective Medical Devices|0 Comments

For years, scientists have been studying whether or not anti-depressants belonging to the class of drugs called Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) cause birth defects. In July of 2015, Reuters reported that “a sweeping government […]

Aug24, 2015

Summertime, and the Living’s Easy – but the Driving is Difficult

By |Aug 24, 2015|Categories: Auto Accidents, Blog|0 Comments

With only a few more weeks left of summer, more and more families are scrambling to get away for a vacation before school starts. That means we’re bound to see more cars on the road […]

Aug17, 2015

Having Lupus Is Not Enough to Get Social Security Disability

By |Aug 17, 2015|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

The autoimmune disease lupus affects up to 1.5 million people in the U.S. It is also listed in the Social Security Administration’s “blue book,” which means that the SSA recognizes that some people will be […]

Aug10, 2015

Building a Case with Evidence When You Are Hit by a Car

By |Aug 10, 2015|Categories: Auto Accidents, Blog|0 Comments

Some car crashes are clear-cut when it comes to determining fault; if you are rear-ended while you are stopped at a red light, the fault obviously lies with the other driver. But let us say […]