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Jun22, 2016

Congratulations, Thomas R. Greer, on Being Named President of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association

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All of us at Bailey & Greer, PLLC, wish to congratulate attorney Thomas R. Greer on being named the President of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association. Thomas has been a member of the organization from [...]

Jun15, 2016

Birth Injury Risks for Premature Infants

By |Jun 15, 2016|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

There are few things more devastating to new parents than discovering their child has an injury or birth defect. The risks of such injuries and defects are higher in children born prematurely. Prematurity, or babies [...]

Jun8, 2016

Auto Accidents Caused by Prescription Drug Impairment

By |Jun 8, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Prescription drugs carry a warning about what kinds of activities you should not attempt while you are taking them. While a warning not to operate heavy machinery should include operating a motor vehicle, unfortunately, many [...]

Jun1, 2016

Will I Be Required to Reimburse My Health Insurance Company After I Settle a Personal Injury Claim?

By |Jun 1, 2016|Categories: Personal Injury|0 Comments

When you suffer a serious injury in an auto accident, or any other type of accident that was caused by another person's negligence, you seek medical care and your insurance company pays the bill. However, [...]

May25, 2016

Social Security Disability Benefits for “Invisible” Disabilities

By |May 25, 2016|Categories: Social Security Disability|0 Comments

According to Disabled World, about 10 percent of Americans suffer from medical conditions that might be considered “invisible” disabilities, and 96 percent of people who have chronic medical conditions live with a condition that is [...]

May18, 2016

Social Security Disability Benefits for Diabetes

By |May 18, 2016|Categories: Social Security Disability|0 Comments

Those who are suffering from uncontrolled diabetes, and are unable to work because of their illness, may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that diabetes [...]

May11, 2016

Pedestrian Injuries and Deaths on Interstate Highways

By |May 11, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

It is common knowledge that highways are not a safe place for pedestrians, and there are even posted signs about pedestrians being prohibited from walking on the highway. But what about those instances when you [...]

May4, 2016

Pay Attention! Lessons from Distracted Driver Awareness Month

By |May 4, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

April is distracted driving awareness month for the National Safety Council, whose goal is to draw awareness to the epidemic of distracted driving. The theme of the campaign this year was "Take Back Your Drive." [...]

Apr28, 2016

Social Security Disability Special Accommodations for Applicants Over Age 50

By |Apr 28, 2016|Categories: Social Security Disability|0 Comments

Applying for Social Security Disability benefits is not an easy process. However, if you happen to be between the ages of 50 and 64, we have some encouraging news for you. If you qualify for [...]

Apr21, 2016

Qualifying for Social Security Disability with Lupus

By |Apr 21, 2016|Categories: Social Security Disability|0 Comments

Lupus is an autoimmune disease, which means that your immune system, instead of protecting your health, begins to attack healthy cells and tissues. An individual who has been diagnosed with lupus may be able to [...]

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