Dangerous Products You May Have at Home

Posted on May 3, 2022 in
As a consumer, you expect the products you purchase online or at a retail store to be safe for use in your home, but unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Many products get recalled because they are defective and have the potential to cause serious injury or even death. Types of Product Defects Three...
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Tennessee is an At-Fault State: What Does That Mean?

Posted on April 4, 2022 in
Tennessee is an at-fault state when it comes to car accident claims, which means the driver responsible for causing a crash or their insurer must pay for damages. However, under the state’s “modified comparative fault” system, every party involved in an accident is assigned a percentage of fault, and their degree of liability will...
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Who is Liable for a Slip and Fall Accident in Tennessee?

Posted on March 1, 2022 in
Property owners in Tennessee have an obligation to keep visitors reasonably safe from harm. If you are injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you might be able to sue if you believe a dangerous condition on the premises was responsible for your fall. However, determining who is liable for...
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What You Need to Know About Semi-Truck Blind Spots

Posted on February 28, 2022 in
Due to their size, semi-trucks have many blind spots that are significantly larger than passenger vehicles. Also referred to as “No Zones,” these blind spots extend to the front, back, and both sides of the truck. As a result, truck drivers and other road users must take great care to avoid a blind spot...
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3 Common Causes of Vehicular Accidents During Commutes

Posted on August 11, 2021 in
Commuting to work is a necessary part of life for many. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that in 2019 the average person had a one-way commute time of 27.6 minutes, almost half an hour. Like other drivers, commuters are vulnerable to vehicular accidents. There are many reasons individuals may find themselves involved in a...
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