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Tag Archives: Negligence

Victims Hurt In 2015 Novelty Train Accident File Personal Injury Lawsuit

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Lawyers representing an elderly resident hurt while riding a novelty train at McKendree Village recently filed a personal injury lawsuit against the adult assisted living facility and entertainment company claiming the defendant’s negligence led to their serious injuries. The suit asks for $1 million in damages as compensation for the accident and ensuing life… Read More »

Two Major Crashes Involving Tennessee Garbage Trucks within a Week of Each Other

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A Nashville garbage truck driver was critically injured from a crash involving a minivan off Lebanon road, where both vehicles got flipped on their sides. The driver of the garbage truck got pinned inside, and was taken to a nearby hospital when he was freed. The driver of the minivan sustained minor injuries. It… Read More »

State Suspends Admissions to Upper Eastern Tennessee Nursing Home

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Recently, the Tennessee health commissioner ordered an Eastern Tennessee nursing home, the John M. Reed Health and Rehabilitation in Limestone, Tennessee to stop admitting new residents. State surveyors allegedly found conditions that put residents in “immediate jeopardy,” ranging from the failure of staff to appropriately treat pressure wounds, administer antibiotics and inform residents’ doctors… Read More »

Tennessee High School Athlete Undergoes Surgery After Hazing Incident

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Over the week of Christmas, a high school hazing incident of a Tennessee high school basketball player required him to undergo surgery and led to the dismissal of three of his teammates. Gatlinburg police are investigating hazing allegations after a player from the Ooltewah High School basketball team was brought to LeConte Medical center… Read More »

Tennessee Supreme Court Remands Lower Court Ruling on Non-Economic Damages

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Another ruling came down on the state of Tennessee’s cap on non-economic damages from the Tennessee Supreme Court. Back in March of 2015, Judge Neil Thomas, a circuit judge in Chattanooga, held in Cain v. Clark,that Tennessee’s cap on non-economic damages violates the plaintiffs’ right to due process and equal protection under the Tennessee… Read More »

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