Category: Blog

License plate law

A member of the General Assembly of Tennessee recently requested clarification from the State Attorney General on a proposed...

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Naming a testamentary trust as your IRA beneficiary

Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are currently one of the most widely used financial planning tools among Americans. Like other...

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Social media and your personal injury lawsuit

In our ever technologically advancing world, more people than ever are connecting online, and they’re using more and more...

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How to deal with minor settlements

If you were to ask three Tennessee personal injury lawyers to explain when court approval is required for a...

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Life insurance beneficiaries: who to name and why

A recent Tennessee Court case has provided new guidance for those of us with life insurance plans. The case...

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No Private Lawsuits under the Tennessee Tip Statute

Hardy v. TPC Southwind, W2014-02286- SC-R11- CV (Tenn. Mar. 8, 2017) The Tennessee Supreme Court has determined that food...

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Does Signing a Waiver Negate Your Options to Sue?

There are numerous situations where an individual is required to sign a waiver in order to proceed. Those could include employment,...

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Testosterone Therapies Leading to Medical Malpractice

Testosterone therapies have been shown to create an increased risk of both heart attack and heart disease. While this is a very...

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Natural Brain Chemicals May Reduce Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Researchers at Hebrew University of Jerusalem have announced a chemical derived from the brain may reduce the impact of...

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Mr. Hockey Teams up for Stem Cell Research

According to a news release ProMedica and Stemmedica Cell Technologies have announced a joint program to advance treatment options...

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