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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Nov 26, 2019

Can I Get Workers’ Comp if I’m in a Car Accident on the Way to Work?

By |November 26th, 2019|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

We commute back and forth to work every day, many of us in our own personal vehicles. When we do so, we’re not really considered “on the clock” at our jobs until we walk in the door or onto the job site and start working. So, unfortunately, if you happen to be in an accident on your way to or from work, you may not be able to seek damages under workers’ compensation. However, many workers are suffering injuries in car accidents regardless. According to the National Safety Council, motor vehicle [...]

Nov 19, 2019

Who Is Liable in a Moving Truck Accident?

By |November 19th, 2019|Truck Accident|0 Comments

Rental moving trucks are not always as massive as commercial trucks such as 18-wheelers, but they are larger than standard passenger vehicles. Due to their size, they are more difficult to operate. However, there is no law that requires the drivers of these vehicles to undergo training or obtain a particular license to operate one of these moving trucks. Anyone who has a standard vehicle license can rent and drive one of these trucks. This is part of the reason why many of these vehicles are involved in numerous accidents each [...]

Nov 12, 2019

What Happens If You Are Hurt in a Car Crash You Caused?

By |November 12th, 2019|Car Accident|0 Comments

If another party causes your car accident, you have the right to pursue compensation for your damages, including property damage, medical bills, and other losses from the at fault driver’s insurance company. However, what happens if you caused the crash? Regardless of whether you were speeding, glancing at your cell phone, or failed to yield on the roadway, this can be a concerning situation. Fortunately, you still may have the right to recover financially for your losses. Even if you think you caused the accident, an experienced Chattanooga car accident attorney [...]

Nov 5, 2019

Can I Sue If My Sibling Swayed My Parent to Leave Me Out of the Will?

By |November 5th, 2019|Probate|0 Comments

Probate and estate administration can be challenging to bring to a settlement when there are particular claims involved. In order to contest a will in the state of Tennessee, you must first establish standing by showing you are a potential beneficiary of your deceased family member’s estate. If you do demonstrate standing, three options are available for contesting the will: incompetence, defective instrument, and undue influence. The latter – undue influence – pertains to our question of whether we can challenge a will if a sibling persuaded our parent to leave [...]

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