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What Qualifies as a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

If a person’s death is due to the negligent conduct of another party, such as the actions of a drunk driver or a medical mistake when a patient is under a doctor’s supervision the family of the victim may be eligible to file a wrongful death claim for compensation for their family member’s untimely death. [...]

2021-10-25T20:11:49-07:00October 25th, 2021|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Proving Liability for A Dooring Accident While Cycling

Walking and cycling became more popular in Nashville when restrictions to counter the Covid-19 pandemic were stricter. Public transportation options were on the other hand less popular for understandable reasons. As traffic increases with restrictions easing, pedestrians and cyclists are rediscovering just how vulnerable they are to careless, intolerant or aggressive drivers. One of the [...]

2020-09-06T22:48:39-07:00July 30th, 2020|Personal Injury|0 Comments

What You Should Do if You Have Been Taking Zantac for Heartburn

Zantac, a popular and much used brand of heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)  medication has been taken off the shelves of pharmacies since April 1st this year following a mandatory withdrawal notice from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). That said, you shouldn’t be taking Zantac or any other medication for heartburn that [...]

2020-09-06T22:48:39-07:00June 29th, 2020|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Can I Sue a Cruise Line Because I Got Sick?

Nashville may seem a long way from Wuhan in China, the epicenter of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak which has now spread to countries and killed over 2,000 people. Nashville residents may take comfort in the swift actions of the U.S. government that has probably prevented, or at least slowed down, the arrival of the [...]

2020-09-06T22:48:40-07:00February 28th, 2020|Personal Injury|0 Comments

To Scoot or Not to Scoot: Nashville Mayor Briley Says No for Now

Electric powered scooters have caused huge consternation for city authorities wherever they have popped up. Seven e-scooter companies in Nashville have now been told that they cannot operate, following the first death of a scooter rider in the city. The decision has proved controversial, and it may only be temporary. Mayor Briley says that a [...]

2020-09-06T22:48:42-07:00June 30th, 2019|Personal Injury|0 Comments
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