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November 2014 Archives

Have you suffered a job site injury in Tennessee?

A workplace injury can mean a lot of things for a Tennessee worker. For one, the injured employee will be struggling to heal from his or her injuries. Additionally, though, the person who suffers a job site injury may be so debilitated after an accident that the worker is no longer able to complete the duties of his or her job. When a worker cannot work, his or her income stops, creating another problem all together.

Was your child seriously injured in an accident?

Children are especially vulnerable to accidents, which is why it is our job as parents to protect them from every possible danger. However, no matter how careful a Tennessee parent is, his or her child could still fall victim to an accident caused by another person or business. Indeed, child injuries happen every single day throughout the United States, and sometimes, the injuries are catastrophic or even fatal. 

Family seeks justice after tragic death of beloved daughter

According to NCADD (National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence), nearly 13,000 people are killed each year due to alcohol related incidents, not to mention the hundreds of thousands of mishaps that leave people with serious injuries such as paralysis or brain damage. It is believed that an estimated 32% of fatal car crashes involve an intoxicated driver or pedestrian.

Defective product alert: Asbestos-contaminated baby powder?

It sounds hard to believe, but asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that is present in certain talcum mines, and it is finding its way into many consumer products. Talcum -- whether contaminated by asbestos or not -- is a primary ingredient in many talcum powders, baby powders and makeups. Unfortunately, there is no way to know if your baby powder contains asbestos without scientific testing, and many Tennessee consumers are unknowingly buying and using asbestos-contaminated personal hygiene products that should be classified as a dangerously defective product

Logan-Thompson, P.C. announces favorable outcome in Civil Arson case

Arson can be defined as the deliberate and malicious act of burning or setting fire to one's property. In addition, insurance carriers routinely assert arson as a defense to prevent having to pay their obligations under a policy of insurance with their insured.

Have you been hurt at work in Tennessee?

Some Tennessee jobs are extremely dangerous while others are comparatively safe. For example, the risk of getting hurt as an executive assistant is less than that of getting hurt at work while re-roofing a home. That said, an individual can suffer an on-the-job injury in just about any kind of circumstance, and that is why almost all workers are covered by workers' compensation insurance.

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