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Nov23, 2015

Your Liability in an Auto Accident in Tennessee – Even When You Were Not in the Car

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You consider yourself to be a smart, responsible, and conscientious driver. You follow traffic rules, obey the speed limit and you try to be as courteous as you can to other drivers. Then, your cousin […]

Nov16, 2015

When Faulty Equipment Leads to Truck Accidents

By |Nov 16, 2015|Categories: Blog, Truck Accidents|0 Comments

As the driver of a passenger vehicle, do you ever shudder just a little bit when a big, commercial truck whizzes past you on the highway? You can feel the sheer power of that massive […]

Nov9, 2015

Drugged Driving vs Drunk Driving: Endangering Tennessee Roadways

By |Nov 9, 2015|Categories: Auto Accidents, Blog|0 Comments

By now we all know about the dangers of drinking and driving, how it costs lives and ruins lives every day in Tennessee. You might be surprised to learn that there has actually been a […]

Nov3, 2015

Compassionate Allowance Can Provide Social Security Disability Benefits Quickly

By |Nov 3, 2015|Categories: Blog, Social Security Disability|0 Comments

For applicants who are very sick and whose medical condition clearly meets Social Security Administration disability standards, there is a program called Compassionate Allowance. The Compassionate Allowance program started in 2008, and is not separate […]

Oct28, 2015

Celebrating the Newest Member of the TN Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Thomas R. Greer!

By |Oct 28, 2015|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Bailey & Greer, PLLC, is proud to announce that partner Thomas Greer has been accepted as a new member of the ABOTA’s Tennessee chapter! Sadler Bailey, the firm’s founding partner who is a current member […]

Oct27, 2015

Birth Injuries: Fetal Macrosomia and the Risk of Shoulder Dystocia

By |Oct 27, 2015|Categories: Birth Injuries, Blog|0 Comments

Getting the news that your beautiful newborn has suffered a birth injury is devastating. One of the leading risk factors for birth injury is macrosomia, which means that the baby is unusually large for their […]

Oct19, 2015

How to Stay Informed about Auto Recalls That Affect You

By |Oct 19, 2015|Categories: Auto Accidents, Blog|0 Comments

In the past few years it seems as if we are being bombarded with news about automotive recalls of one kind or another. The most prominent recall, involving defective Takata airbags, affected more than 30 […]

Oct12, 2015

Can I Work While Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits?

By |Oct 12, 2015|Categories: Blog, Social Security Disability|0 Comments

You are allowed to work while you are applying for benefits and even after you begin receiving Social Security benefits. However, there is a limit to how much you are allowed to earn and still […]

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 […]