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What Are The Symptoms Of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) After A Car Accident?

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are a major cause of death and disability in the U.S. TBIs contribute to about 30% of all injury deaths in the country. While traumatic brain injuries are not uncommon in car accidents, slip and fall accidents, and other types of accidents… Read More »


Who Can File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit In Tennessee?

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Not all family members of a deceased individual are eligible to file a wrongful death claim in Tennessee. Under Tennessee law, wrongful death refers to a death caused by someone else’s criminal wrongdoing or negligence. If your loved one died due to someone else’s negligent conduct or criminal wrongdoing, consider speaking with an experienced… Read More »


Who Is Liable For A No Contact Motorcycle Accident?

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Contrary to popular belief, motorcycle accidents do not always involve collisions between motorcycles and other vehicles. A motorcyclist may crash but have no direct contact with another vehicle. When this happens, this type of crash is called a “no contact” accident. No contact motorcycle accidents are more common than you might think. Even if… Read More »


What’s The Difference Between A Complete And Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury?

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Spinal cord injuries are one of the leading types of injuries suffered by people involved in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, and other types of accidents. A spinal cord injury may cause paralysis in most of the body and leave the injured party disabled for the rest of their life. Suffering a… Read More »


Who’s Responsible For Your Swimming Pool Accident In Nashville, TN?

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While everyone loves to spend time in swimming pools during the hot summer months in Tennessee, pools can be a safety hazard if swimmers are not adequately supervised or the pool is not properly maintained. Residential and commercial property owners who have swimming pools have a duty to provide a safe environment to their… Read More »


Who Can Be Held Liable In Tennessee Product Liability Cases?

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Product liability lawsuits are usually filed against manufacturers and sellers of defective or inherently dangerous products. However, you may also bring a product liability claim against other liable parties in Tennessee. If you or your loved one suffered injuries when using a defective product, consult with a Nashville product liability attorney to determine how… Read More »


How To Seek Compensation For Injuries in An Airbnb Accident In Tennessee?

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  An ever-increasing number of travelers and tourists opt for Airbnb as a more convenient and cost-efficient alternative to traditional hotels. While booking an Airbnb offers numerous benefits, guests are exposed to risks of injury when staying in a rental. If you have suffered injuries in an Airbnb accident in Nashville or elsewhere in… Read More »


Can You Seek Workers’ Compensation For Your Car Accident At Work?

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If you operate a motor vehicle as part of your duties, you are exposing yourself to the risk of injury every day. Fortunately, you may be able to seek workers’ compensation if you sustain injuries in a car accident in the course and scope of your employment. Tennessee’s workers’ compensation laws protect employees who… Read More »


What Is A No-Contact Motorcycle Accident In Nashville, Tennessee?

By Calhoun Law, PLC |

Not all motorcycle accidents involve a motorcycle colliding with other motor vehicles on the road. A motorcyclist may crash their bike without having any direct contact with other vehicles. When this happens, this type of accident is considered a no-contact motorcycle accident. However, even though a motorcyclist did not collide with another vehicle, the… Read More »


What Is Attractive Nuisance Under Tennessee’s Premises Liability Law?

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The term “attractive nuisance” is used to describe something that is interesting and compelling enough to attract a child into someone else’s property and has the potential to cause serious injury. Attractive nuisance is a doctrine that falls under Tennessee’s premises liability law. It means that if your child is injured due to an… Read More »

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