Landmark Tennessee Supreme Court case holding that a premises owner has a duty of reasonable care to provide accurate information to an independent contractor if the owner provides specific information germane to the repair.
In December 26, 2001, a security guard at Trevecca Nazarine University (“TNU”) in Nashville, Tennessee, noticed that some campus buildings... View Article
9 S.W.3d 119 (Tenn., Dec 27, 1999) (Landmark informed consent case on causation brought after patient, who underwent radiation treatment for lung tumor, sustained radiation myelitis and was rendered paraplegic).
Ms. Ashe sustained “radiation myelitis” caused by a permanent radiation injury to her spinal cord. She became a paraplegic. Id.... View Article
$7.2 million verdict finding hospital 100% at fault for failing to enforce its written policies and procedures resulting in the death of the patient, Wayne Barkes.
On the morning of July 26, 2000, Wayne Barkes tilled his garden and then used an ax and other hand... View Article
Before our firm successfully argued the Jordan case before the Tennessee Supreme Court, a child could not recover for the intangible benefits of a deceased parent.
Landmark case establishing that wrongful death damages include loss of consortium.