Skip to content

Our personal injury attorneys are currently offering free phone and video consultations.

Nursing homes that are understaffed and underfunded typically lead to neglect and even abuse. Tennessee is rated in the bottom four of out a 50 state National ranking data study compiled by the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. So why have state lawmakers passed bills to give nursing homes an even lighter load…

Read More

Under current Tennessee workers’ compensation law one of the biggest factors in determining how much money an injured worker receives for a disability award is whether the worker made “a meaningful return to work”.  While other factors, such as impairment rating and compensation rate are important, if an injured worker has not made a meaningful…

Read More
Second Opinion Workers Compensation

Raise your hand if you’ve said or thought any of the following during your workers compensation claim: My doctor isn’t listening to me. The doctor says there’s nothing more he can do, but I’m still in pain. I don’t trust my doctor and more because (fill in the blank). The insurance company’s Nurse Case Manager…

Read More

One of the first things I did after I became a personal injury attorney was to call up my car insurance company and increase the amount of Uninsured/Under-insured Motorist (UM) coverage on my personal policy.  Here at Rocky McElhaney Law Firm, we know the dangers of not making sure you have this type of coverage.…

Read More

Tennessee residents are well aware that many unprotected railroad crossings exist across the state. With an extensive network of rail routes traversing urban areas as well as the countryside, the potential for auto/train collisions at these rail crossings is probably greater than you think. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is an agency of the U.S.…

Read More