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The Tennessee Department of Health recently suspended all new resident admissions to a nursing home in Limestone, TN ...
We are excited to announce that four of our attorneys, Randall L. Kinnard, Daniel L. Clayton, Mark S. Beveridge, and ...
Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge attorney Daniel L. Clayton was recently recertified as a civil trial advocate by the ...
An article recently published by the Tennessean reports that a single building inspector’s mistake allowed at least 85 ...
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Proposed Car Seat Changes Needs Governor's Signature
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Mar 11, 2016A new bill proposes to change current Tennessee standards surrounding car and booster seat usage. If passed, children will be required to ride in these protective seats for a longer period of time. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asserts that car crashes are one of the leading causes of death in children between the ages of 1 and 13. While car seats were estimated to save an ...Continue Reading
4 Things That can Happen When Doctors Fail to Monitor Fetal Heartbeat
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Mar 4, 2016An obstetrician or physician does not have one patient but two when examining a pregnant woman. It is important for them to monitor the vital signs, especially the heart rate, of both patients. However, doctors must frequently check a fetus’ heartbeat, given how fragile their health is. Spikes or drops in the heart rate can indicate fetal distress or other serious problems. If a physician fails to ...Continue Reading
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