Here are seven of the most frequently asked questions regarding damages in personal injury lawsuits, and a few answers.
Punitive damages are a distinct type of damages that are available only in a few specified circumstances. When does the Tennessee code award them?
In many injury claims, the losing party is burden with paying the winning party’s attorney’s fees. But this isn’t always the case.
Valuing a lawsuit is not always easy. Here are some ways to determine how much your injury claim is worth.
A recent report exposes how your insurance company actively works with law enforcement and prosecutors to accuse their clients of fraud to deny coverage.
In injury cases, the most critical pieces of evidence, after establishing liability, are often the records that show just how bad an injury was, is, or will be. More often than not, this means that the most important evidence in an injury case will likely be the medical history that objectively documents the extent of […]
Every civil case must abide by a legal deadline known as the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is the maximum amount of time a potential plaintiff has to file legal proceedings against a defendant in order to hold them financially liable for damages. In Tennessee, the legal deadline to file a civil claim […]