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The Tennessee Department of Health recently suspended all new resident admissions to a nursing home in Limestone, TN ...
A truck crash in Warren County on Monday, February 26 claimed the life of one man after a dump truck turned into ...
An article recently published by the Tennessean reports that a single building inspector’s mistake allowed at least 85 ...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently released the results from their study looking at truck ...
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Head-on collision involving stolen SUV leaves two critically injured in Madison
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 30, 2011An employee of the Nashville Fire Department was the victim of a shocking car accident Thursday morning in the Madison neighborhood of northeast Nashville. The near-head-on collision that occurred just before 11:00 a.m. Thursday left two people critically injured, and it appears that the other driver was not only driving on a revoked license but also had stolen the SUV he was driving. According to ...Continue Reading
Music City 10k/5k Benefitting Not Alone
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 29, 2011If you are in the Nashville area, we encourage you to register for the I Run for the Party Music City 10k/5k benefitting Not Alone on July 4th, 2011. Not Alone is a non-profit organization that exists to empower warriors, veterans, and their families by providing confidential, no-cost support, programs, and resources that help them face the challenges of life after war. Visit www.notalone.com . ...Continue Reading
Commercial trucking one of Tennessee's most dangerous jobs
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 28, 2011The economic model of commercial trucking has drivers working long hours and driving for mind-numbingly long stretches at a time - both factors that contribute to all-too-frequent highway crashes. This is part of why long-haul truckers have been ranked as having one of Tennessee's most dangerous jobs. While the job is no doubt dangerous for truck drivers, it is equally or perhaps more dangerous ...Continue Reading
Randy Kinnard Honored with Prestigious Award from Tennessee Association for Justice
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 27, 2011Nashville, Tenn., June 27, 2011 - The Tennessee Association for Justice (TAJ) has honored Randy Kinnard, founding partner of Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge in Nashville, with a coveted TAJ Paladin Award. The award recognizes TAJ Members who have achieved outstanding results for a client despite great obstacles and who have worked tirelessly to protect the civil justice system. Kinnard is one of ...Continue Reading
Driver fatigue may be responsible for up to 31 percent of bus and trucking accidents
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 24, 2011Several shocking commercial bus accidents over the past few months have put the spotlight on federal regulations and industry practices in both the motor coach and commercial trucking industries. According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), studies show that between 13 and 31 percent of commercial bus and trucking accidents are caused by driver fatigue -- and the industries' ...Continue Reading
Smyrna woman claims medical malpractice by MTMC in blood transfusion
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 18, 2011When a 48-year-old woman from Smyrna was scheduled for a hysterectomy in April, there was a possibility she would need to receive blood during the surgery, which is true for most surgeries, so she received pre-surgery blood work to determine her blood type. During surgery, she was given two units of blood. Unfortunately, apparently due to a mistake at the hospital, that blood was the wrong type. ...Continue Reading
Preventing Medical Malpractice Requires Better Teamwork by Providers
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 17, 2011Atul Gawande is a surgeon, a medical school professor and an accomplished author. He is also one of the health care system's most articulate critics - calling, for example, for greater use of checklists to prevent surgical errors . In his recent commencement address at Harvard Medical, Gawande again aimed his thoughtful, reform-minded criticism at the way medical care is delivered in America. Some ...Continue Reading
Tort Reform Bill Signed, Lawyers "Disappointed"
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 17, 2011Haslam's signature is making waves in the legal world. Former President of Tennessee's Association For Justice uses the word disappointed to describe his feelings on the law, which also completely wipes out the jury. "They have stepped into the jury box and taken away the vote of the jurors, and I don't think Tennesseans like that," said Randy Kannard. "No matter how bad they were, no matter how ...Continue Reading
TDOT: Fatal accidents on the rise in Cumberland County
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 15, 2011The incidence of fatal accidents in Cumberland County this year is already higher than last year, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation, with 12 fatalities from car, truck and motorcycle accidents so far this year. As a result, law enforcement is planning saturation patrols in the area starting this weekend. The saturation patrols will focus on I-40 and other major roadways in ...Continue Reading
Prevent car accidents during Teen Driver Safety week: June 12-18
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 11, 2011For teen drivers, the first six to 12 months, or the first 1,000 miles of driving, are critical. Those early months of driving experience are when inexperienced drivers are at their lifetime's highest risk of being in a car accident -- and motor vehicle accidents are the number 1 killer of teens in the U.S. Gradual exposure to driving, with limits on higher-risk situations and plenty of parental ...Continue Reading
Medicaid will no longer pay when patients suffer from medical malpractice
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 10, 2011If a Medicaid patient is injured or sickened by medical malpractice , should the doctor whose negligence was to blame be paid for his or her services? Under the Affordable Care Act (the health care reform law sometimes referred to as "Obamacare"), the answer is now "no." The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has just issued new rules prohibiting states from using Medicaid funds to pay ...Continue Reading
Two Mt. Juliet officers hurt in car accidents while chasing runaway teen
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 4, 2011"Any kind of vehicle used recklessly is a weapon," says Mt. Juliet's chief of police. "I don't know what was in his mind. I don't know what he was thinking, but his actions put my officers and Lebanon officers in immediate danger." The chief was speaking of a police chase Wednesday night that spanned the cities of Mt. Juliet and Lebanon. The chase began when a 17-year-old ran away from the ...Continue Reading
Four-year-old Chapmansboro girl recovering after lawnmower accident
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jun 3, 2011"I just got run over," says a four-year-old girl who was severely injured last month in a tragic lawnmower accident at the home of a family friend. Injuries to children are always heart-wrenching, and this one is especially unfortunate because neither the girl's family nor the family involved in the lawnmower accident has insurance. They are relying on community donations to offset her medical ...Continue Reading
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