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    • March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

      March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

      This past weekend, maybe you noticed a number of people wearing the color green. Saint Patrick’s Day, right? Think again… it could be in support of Brain Injury Awareness Month. That’s right; the month of March is when a number […]

    • Some Truckers Are Unsafe At Any Speed

      Some Truckers Are Unsafe At Any Speed

      On the morning of February 16, the driver of a tractor-trailer traveling on I-44 just outside of Springfield, Missouri failed to slow down for stopping traffic (due to a previous non-fatal accident) and struck the rear of another 18-wheeler—moments before […]

    • Congress Seeks to Ban Your Right to Sue for Corporate Wrongdoing

      Congress Seeks to Ban Your Right to Sue for Corporate Wrongdoing

      Responsibility and accountability—even for the powerful—are rooted into the core of our legal system. This country’s founders knew that a democracy needs a court system that empowers people to protect themselves by holding the powerful to account. That’s why the […]

    • Damage Cap Debate Introduced in D.C.

      Damage Cap Debate Introduced in D.C.

      Malpractice or damages caps are a recent controversy that has played out on a state level ever since the the first cap laws were enacted in the early part of this century. While more than 70 percent of states have […]

    • Is Mandatory DUI-Testing a Good Idea?

      Is Mandatory DUI-Testing a Good Idea?

      For a tight-knit community in Phoenix, Arizona, the answer is yes. So much so that friends and neighbors have marched outside the state capitol, submitted over 4,000 petition signatures, and implored their local congressmen to support what has become known […]

    • Survey Says Millennial Drivers Are Hazardous

      Survey Says Millennial Drivers Are Hazardous

      A new report conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says that 88 percent of drivers ages 19 to 24 years old engage in dangerous and risky behavior while driving, including texting while driving, running red lights, and speeding.  […]

    • Battling Birth Injuries with New MRI Technology

      Battling Birth Injuries with New MRI Technology

      Diagnosing health issues with newborns can be a difficult task. Worse yet, many problems require early, if not immediate, detection in order to avoid the risk of permanent damage. Fortunately, there is a tried and true technology that is steadily […]

    • Shooting at Billy Hardwick’s Raises Legal and Safety Questions

      Shooting at Billy Hardwick’s Raises Legal and Safety Questions

      Several news outlets in Memphis reported that a shooting took place at Billy Hardwick’s All-Star Lanes at White Station and Quince on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, about 11:30 p.m.  According to reports, as many as four people were injured during […]

    • 5 Things the Jury is Not Told in a Tennessee Personal Injury Trial

      5 Things the Jury is Not Told in a Tennessee Personal Injury Trial

      It is often said that a jury trial is about “getting to the truth,” but several facts are routinely withheld from the jury in a Tennessee personal injury trial. The Defendant Has Insurance or Significant Assets  – In a personal […]

    • Study Shows Doctors Often Distort the Truth with Patients

      Study Shows Doctors Often Distort the Truth with Patients

      A study discussed in Friday's Tennessean shows that many physicians withhold the truth from patients to avoid being held accountable through a lawsuit:

      More than half admitted describing…