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Can a Criminal Case Lead to a Civil Claim?

By Calhoun Law, PLC |

Two men were arrested this week in connection with a Tennessee attempted murder. The vehicle was pulled over in Sleepy Hollow for a traffic violation and the passenger was found to have marijuana in their possession. The driver was later found to be wanted by the Kingsport Police Department for attempted murder. When we… Read More »


Crashed Airplane Pulled from Tennessee Lake

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Authorities with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department revealed that they recovered a single engine plane containing two bodies from the Chickamauga Lake. The local department is working with federal authorities on an investigation. While commercial airline travel is considered one of the safest modes of transportation, the same can’t be said of small planes… Read More »


Over 1,000 People Have Died in Tennessee Traffic Accidents So Far This Year

By Calhoun Law, PLC |

Over 1,000 people have died on Tennessee roads so far in Tennessee this year. As of Monday, December 17, there have been 1,014 people that have died as a result of a traffic accidents. This number is up 30 deaths from this time last year. This increase has occurred in the second half of… Read More »


SUV Collides with School Bus

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Wintry weather, in the form of a frost-covered windshield, may have contributed to a startling wreck in Signal Mountain. A school bus was stopped when the driver of an SUV hit the bus head-on. Although the investigation is still underway, officers say it is likely that fault will be assigned to the driver of… Read More »


Cooler Temperatures May See an Increase in Slip and Fall Accidents

By Calhoun Law, PLC |

With Christmas quickly approaching, temperatures are rapidly changing too around much of the state. Some areas have already fallen below freezing and the National Weather Service is already predicting snow in some areas. With snow and freezing temperatures now settling in the area, another concern that should come into mind is slippery surfaces. Over… Read More »


Six People Treated for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While Staying in Nashville Hotel

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Normal operations finally resumed at the Westin hotel after 14 people became sick from carbon monoxide exposure. An additional six people were treated at an area hospital. The elevated carbon monoxide levels occurred on the third floor, the same area where the pool and workout areas are located. The rest of the hotel’s occupants… Read More »


Tennessee Man Stabbed at Haunted House

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A Tennessee man was stabbed at a haunted house and an employee at the attraction has been suspended. The man was stabbed in the arm when he and his friends were attending a haunted house in Madison. They had been chased by chainsaws and other items, and the man says he expected the knife… Read More »


What Constitutes Medical Malpractice in Tennessee?

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She prescribed handfuls of pills at a time; more than enough to even kill someone. The patient took 32 Methadone tablets taken eight at a time throughout the day. Then they took two Roxicodone pills four times each day. Four times a day, Soma was added to the cocktail, followed by Xanax in between…. Read More »


Tennessee 14 Car Pile Up Kills One and Blocks Roadways for Hours

By Calhoun Law, PLC |

A recent multi-vehicle accident on Stateline Road and Germantown Road caused major delays in traffic and killed one person. At least 14 vehicles were said to be involved in the crash according to a tweet from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office. The crash is still under investigation. Multi-Car Accidents Exceptionally Dangerous  Accidents involving multiple… Read More »


Eggs Could Be the Source of Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak

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A farm in Alabama recalled its eggs after they were linked to a salmonella outbreak by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the CDC, Gravel Ridge Farms’ eggs could be contaminated and the source of a multi-state salmonella outbreak. The Cullman, Alabama, farm recalled cardboard packages of eggs containing one dozen… Read More »

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