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Monthly Archives: June 2019

Jun 26, 2019

Liability in Car Accidents Caused by Defective Auto Parts

By |June 26th, 2019|Car Accident|0 Comments

It’s bad enough to find yourself involved in a car accident. What makes matters worse is when you find out the accident was caused by a defective auto part. Sadly, this is not an uncommon occurrence across Tennessee and the rest of the country. There are a few ways a defective auto part accident can occur. The first is that the part was defective because of the way it was manufactured. The second is that the design of the part was what led to the part being defective. Either way, if [...]

Jun 18, 2019

Still Injured But Workers’ Compensation Stopped Paying: What Should I Do?

By |June 18th, 2019|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

When you suffer an injury on the job your thoughts immediately shift to being unable to pay your bills or feed your family. But, that’s the benefit of working for an employer who has workers’ compensation programs in place. As you rehabilitate your injury at home, workers’ compensation benefits activate, if you filed for them, so you don’t have to worry about paying the bills or providing for your family while injured. But what if workers’ compensation stopped paying while you are still injured? Do you know what to do next? [...]

Jun 11, 2019

A Drowning Safety Guide

By |June 11th, 2019|Premises Liability|0 Comments

The summer season is finally here, which means many days and nights spent in the pool, the lake, the river and any other body of water in an effort to cool off from the hot sun in Tennessee. But as fun and refreshing as swimming can be, it can be just as dangerous. Too many lives are lost each year across the country because of drowning. You can take matters into your own hands to protect your children, friends, and other family members this year. Summer 2018 drowning statistics The 2018 [...]

Jun 4, 2019

Probate Estate Inventory Requirement, Process, and General Checklist

By |June 4th, 2019|Probate|0 Comments

If you are the administrator or executor of someone’s will, you have the responsibility of submitting the will to the court to begin the probate process. You are also responsible for protecting the property of the deceased until all debts are paid off and the remaining inheritance is passed to the beneficiaries. Each state has its own probate rules. One of the common requirements when probate is necessary is the preparation of an inventory of the deceased’s assets along with the value of those assets at the time of his or [...]

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