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Aug 20, 2014

Is My Child’s Traumatic Birth Injury My Doctor’s Fault?

By |Aug 20, 2014|Accident, Birth Trauma, Child Birth Injury, Child Injury, Hospital Liability, Injury, Lawsuit, Medical Negligence, Negligence, OBGYN Liability, personal injury, Serious Injuries, Standard of Care, Tennessee Law, Traumatic Birth Injury, Wrongful Death|0 Comments|

Though a parent of a child who has been disabled or impaired as a result of a birth injury goes through many emotions, guilt is often one of the most overwhelming. Parents often question, “Did I cause this to happen?” or “Could I have done something to prevent this?” Blaming themselves is often what causes… Read More

Aug 11, 2014

Car Wreck Injury Calculator: When the Insurance Company’s Offer Seems Too Low- It Probably Is

By |Aug 11, 2014|Accidents, car accidents, car insurance, Car Wreck Injury Calculator, Case Evaluation, Case Worth, Injury, Received an Offer From the Insurance Company, Settlement, Should I Settle, Tennessee Law, Uncategorized, uninsured|0 Comments|

After a wreck, as soon as the auto insurance company first gets wind of your injury claim, they begin building a case against you.  The insurance company has one goal when you get hurt: Pay as little as possible. No matter how bad your injuries or how innocent and faultless your role was in a… Read More

Aug 8, 2014

4 Helpful Real-Time Traffic and Roadway Resource Tips

By |Aug 8, 2014|Accident, Blowouts, insurance, personal injury, Pet Injury, Real-Time Traffic Reports, Road Conditions, Roadway Resource Tips, Roadway Safety, safety, Safety Tips, THP, Traffic Conditions|0 Comments|

Get what you need to know fast- don’t spend time googling. Bookmark this page and have all the links and numbers you need right away when you’re in a jam or have a non-life threatening emergency. 1. THP: After a non-life threatening blowout, flat or mechanical malfunction on the Highway and you have safely steered… Read More

Aug 7, 2014

Good Things to Do After A Bad Supermarket Slip and Fall

By |Aug 7, 2014|Accident, Injury, insurance, Lawsuit, legal advice, Liability, Negligence, personal injury, Premises Liability, Serious Injuries, Settlement, Slip and Fall, Supermarket Slip and Fall|0 Comments|

The perfect recipe for a slip and fall: It starts with a rumpled floor mat in front of the fruits and veggies at the grocery store, add the hourly automatic produce sprayer that sprays the floor more than the produce, throw in an understaffed and overworked or inadequately trained shift of workers and there you… Read More

Aug 4, 2014

When the President Stands Up for American Workers He Gets Sued

By |Aug 4, 2014|About RML, Big Business, Employment Law, Federal Contracts, For the People, Lawsuit, Legislature Against Workers, Mandatory Arbitration, Politics, Serious Injuries, Tennessee General Assembly, Tennessee Workers' Rights, Work Comp, workers compensation, Workers' Rights|0 Comments|

This blog is about advocating for the American workers and fighting against the control and influence of big businesses and insurance companies.  Political lines should be irrelevant.    “We’re not going to stop,” Obama said. “And if they’re not going to lift a finger to help working Americans, then I’m going to work twice as… Read More

Aug 1, 2014

Community APB: Be On the Lookout for 2008-2009 Gold Van with Passenger-Side Damage

By |Aug 1, 2014|APB, car accidents, car wreck, Gold Van Passenger Side Damage, Hit and Run Accidents, Injury, Liability, Nashville, Nashville Hit and Run Driver, personal injury, Public Service Announcement, UM Coverage, Underinsured Motorist Coverage, Uninsured Motorist Coverage|0 Comments|

Last Sunday at about 10am, Steve, one of our previous clients, was involved in a hit and run wreck on highway 40 near exit 219 at Stewarts Ferry.  The image shows the damage that was caused when the hit and run driver who was in a 2008/2009 gold van slammed into the rear driver-side of Steve’s Ford… Read More

Jul 30, 2014

The Top 3 Ways Hotel Fitness Centers Can Compromise Your Safety

By |Jul 30, 2014|ADA, Fitness Center Injury, Fitness Center Negligence, Gym Equipment Malfunction, Gym Safety Regulations, Hotel Fitness Center, Hotel Fitness Center Liability, insurance, Lawsuit, litigation, Operator Error, personal injury, Premises Liability, safety, Slip and Fall, Tennessee Law, Wrongful Death|0 Comments|

Believe it or not, there are a number of things that can go wrong in a Hotel Fitness Center. At some hotels, fitness centers are used frequently and tended to often to keep up with the crowd. However, hotels that may not have a lot of guest frequent their fitness center, may not have someone… Read More

Jul 28, 2014

Establishing Children’s Bounce House Injury Claims- Who Has the Foothold?

By |Jul 28, 2014|Bounce Attraction Injury, Bounce Castle Injury, Bounce House Accident, Bounce House Injury, Bounce House Negligence, Bounce Slide Injury, Child Injury, Child Safety, Dangerous, head concussion, Inflatable Injury, Injury, Lawsuit, Negligence, Operator Error, personal injury, Premises Liability, Product Liability, Serious Injuries, Wrongful Death|0 Comments|

Watching horrifying videos like the one on Time.com of bounce houses uprooting and rolling across fields like tumbleweeds, floating two-stories above the ground and deflating like a turbo-charged balloons with tiny children inside is understandably, enough to make any parent permanently ban there child from these inflatable attractions. As their popularity grows, bounce houses, bounce… Read More

Jul 25, 2014

The Feinberg Plan: GM’s Answer to Dealing with the Death of 13 and Serious Injuries of Many More

By |Jul 25, 2014|car accidents, car wreck, Dangerous, Fatal Crash, Feinberg Plan, GM, Injury, Lawsuit, Product Liability, product recall, Recall, Settlement, Valukas Report, Wrongful Death|0 Comments|

“A new car built by my company leaves somewhere traveling at 60 mph. The rear differential locks up. The car crashes and burns with everyone trapped inside. Now, should we initiate a recall? Take the number of vehicles in the field, A, multiply by the probably rate of failure, B, multiply by the average out-of-court… Read More

Jul 22, 2014

The Chokehold: Necessary Force or Police Brutality

By |Jul 22, 2014|Injury, Neglience, personal injury, Wrongful Death|0 Comments|

The video from July 17, 2014 of the “unauthorized” police officer’s chokehold which lead to the death of NYC husband and father of 6, Eric Garner, is an unspeakable and horrifyingly vivid illustration of how a bad judgment call, and the recently confirmed misconduct, can lead to tragedy for individuals being apprehended by law enforcement.… Read More

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