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Feb10, 2016

Tragic Crash on I-40 Shows the Real Dangers of Truck Accidents

By |Feb 10, 2016|Categories: Truck Accidents|0 Comments

A woman was killed in a crash between her SUV and a tractor-trailer on Interstate 40 in Madison on Friday January 29. The police report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol said that a driver was [...]

Feb3, 2016

The Life Saving Potential of Truck Crash Avoidance Technology

By |Feb 3, 2016|Categories: Truck Accidents|0 Comments

The drivers of large commercial trucks owe a duty of care, as does every driver, to exercise caution when they are driving those massive trucks and to operate their vehicle in such a way that [...]

Jan26, 2016

Social Security Disability and Qualifying Mental Disorders

By |Jan 26, 2016|Categories: Social Security Disability|0 Comments

The state of our mental health has a significant impact on how well we can manage our lives and how well we perform on our jobs. Mental illness, just like physical illness, can become disabling [...]

Jan21, 2016

Considerations for Determining Your Alleged Onset Date for Social Security Disability

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

In the process of filing a claim for Social Security Disability benefits, you will need to supply the alleged onset date, which is the date that you allege that your disability began. This date is [...]

Jan13, 2016

Preventing Dangerous and Deadly Underride Truck Accidents

By |Jan 13, 2016|Categories: Truck Accidents|0 Comments

A passenger vehicle is driving along the highway when suddenly, up ahead traffic begins to slow down and they must apply their brakes quickly. Then the car behind them crashes into their back bumper forcing [...]

Jan5, 2016

Auto Accidents Caused by Tailgating or Following Too Closely

By |Jan 5, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

One of the most common types of car crashes are rear-end crashes, which often occur when one driver is following the vehicle in front too closely. When the forward vehicle has to stop suddenly, the [...]

Dec30, 2015

What Kinds of Protections are Available for Whistleblowers in Tennessee?

By |Dec 30, 2015|Categories: Whistleblower Actions|0 Comments

John Verble, a financial planner at Morgan Stanley, has filed suit in federal court in Knoxville seeking back pay and brokerage funds in his personal account that the company has frozen according to the Tennessean. [...]

Dec23, 2015

Social Security Disability Benefits for Deep Vein Thrombosis

By |Dec 23, 2015|Categories: Social Security Disability|0 Comments

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot that forms in a vein deep inside the body. Most DVTs occur in the lower leg or in the thigh. If the blood clot breaks free and [...]

Dec18, 2015

Understanding Residual Functional Capacity

By |Dec 18, 2015|Categories: Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

In order for the Social Security Administration to make a decision about whether an applicant for Social Security Disability benefits has a disability that will keep them from being able to work, they must figure [...]

Dec9, 2015

What Kind of Evidence Do I Need to Prove a Personal Injury Case?

By |Dec 9, 2015|Categories: Personal Injury|Tags: , |0 Comments

The tort system within the American legal system is based on the premise that each individual is more likely to behave in a safe and responsible way when they know that they will be held [...]

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