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Bicyclists Rights on Memphis Roads

After a dreary and rainy Memphis winter, spring is upon us, and it’s time to get outside and enjoy all the Mid-South has to offer. That means exploring our wonderful city on your bicycle, scooter, or just walking around Downtown and Overton Square. We previously examined bicycle safety tips and ways for cyclists to avoid injuries on the road. What many drivers don’t realize is bicyclists have the same rights as the driver when traveling on the streets. Tennessee Law... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, April 11, 2019

Mistakes to Avoid Involving Insurance Claims Following an Auto Accident

Auto accidents can present so many challenges and headaches for everyone involved. The last thing you need is an insurance company trying to manipulate and cheapen your claim. All too often an insurance company will offer you money on the front end to sign a release without explaining that you are now on the hook for any future medical bills and accident related expenses. These companies want to settle as quickly as possible following an accident so they will not be responsible for any... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, April 4, 2019

Lost Wages and Missing Work after an Auto Accident in Tennessee – What to Know

Not only can medical bills related to an auto accident provide you with an unwanted headache and financial hardship, it becomes even worse when a client is unable to work for a period of time. There are many instances when a doctor instructs a patient that it is not advisable to return to work until accident related injuries have sufficiently healed. The question then becomes, “What will the insurance company pay back for lost wages and time away from work after an auto accident... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, March 21, 2019

What Are Your Rights for Opioid Related Injuries?

It seems that the American public and judicial system has finally realized that opioid addiction and opioid related injuries and deaths remain one of the biggest causes for concern in the future. How we got to this point is up for debate, but allegations in numerous lawsuits claim that opioid painkiller manufacturers knew the dangers of addiction such drugs presented, while doctors knew the dangers that over-prescribing such drugs could cause. State Attorney Generals and individuals alike are... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, March 7, 2019

Who Pays for Damages Caused by Hazing?

Over the past decade, publicized fraternity, sorority, and school related hazing injuries has been on the rise. The injuries and deaths related to hazing is a scary topic facing students, parents, school administrators, teachers, high schools, colleges, and universities. According to a report by author Hank Nuwer, from 1959-2018, at least one death each year has occurred on a heavily populated American campus. Hazing is defined as harassing, abusing, or humiliating a person as... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Wednesday, February 27, 2019
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