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Dec7, 2016

Looking at Uber’s Effect on Auto Accidents (and What to Do if You’re in One)

By |Dec 7, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Just like thousands of your neighbors in Memphis and Jackson, you have become an avid fan of the ridesharing services Uber and Lyft. Using a ridesharing service can be an affordable and convenient way to [...]

Nov30, 2016

What Are the Top Risks That Can Lead to Birth Injury?

By |Nov 30, 2016|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

It is probably safe to say that finding out your newborn has sustained a birth injury is one of the worst nightmares a new parent can face. You showed up to the hospital with a [...]

Nov23, 2016

11 Deaths in the US No Linked to Exploding Takata Airbags

By |Nov 23, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

The saga of Takata isn’t going away anytime soon. In late October, ABC News reported that the death of a 50-year-old woman in California back in 2001 was related to exploding Takata airbags. The victim [...]

Nov16, 2016

Is There a Link Between Energy Drinks and Drunk Driving Crashes?

By |Nov 16, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|1 Comment

The market for energy drinks seems to be teens, college students, and young professionals trying to get through the daily grind. Most people think these drinks are relatively harmless, or if not harmless, at least [...]

Nov10, 2016

Forward Collision Warning Technology Is Decreasing Rear-End Crashes

By |Nov 10, 2016|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) research has shown that vehicles equipped with front crash prevention technologies are less likely to rear-end other vehicles. There are two main front crash prevention technologies out there. [...]

Nov3, 2016

Epidural Birth Injuries to Mothers and Babies

By |Nov 3, 2016|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

When it comes to childbirth, pain management is crucial. It is the role of the anesthesiologist to manage a mother’s pain. The anesthesiologist plays a vital role in making sure that the dosage is correct [...]

Oct26, 2016

Catastrophic Injuries from Train Crossing Accidents

By |Oct 26, 2016|Categories: Personal Injury|0 Comments

Every single year people are seriously injured or killed at railroad crossings. What is behind these seemingly easily preventable incidents? Well in 2010, the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) participated in something called the National [...]

Oct20, 2016

When is an Injury Considered Catastrophic?

By |Oct 20, 2016|Categories: Personal Injury|0 Comments

Hundreds of thousands of Americans are injured each year in all sorts of accidents. Despite an initially devastating injury, some people recover, heal, and get back to living their lives. Those victims who are less [...]

Oct12, 2016

When a Mother Suffers Birth Injuries During Labor and Delivery

By |Oct 12, 2016|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

Childbirth is a perfectly natural function of the human body, and when it goes the way it is supposed it go, it is often a fairly routine process. Sometimes however, there are unavoidable complications during [...]

Oct5, 2016

Safety Tips for Nighttime Driving

By |Oct 5, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Did you know that traffic death rates are three times greater at night than during the day? The National Safety Council reports that there are some unique hazards that come with night driving that many [...]

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