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Nashville Tanker Truck Accidents

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Accidents involving large, commercial eighteen-wheelers are often devastating to injury victims, but tanker trucks that haul liquid and gases pose unique hazards to others on the road. When a tanker truck is involved in a crash, their dangerous cargo can cause even more catastrophic injuries to those involved. At Mitch Grissim & Associates, our… Read More »

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Who Is Liable In A Bus Accident?

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Every day, thousands of people across Nashville take the bus. School buses, city buses, and charter buses transport many to school, work, and around town. When a bus accident happens it can be a painful and confusing time for victims in the aftermath, and one of the most important questions that must be answered… Read More »

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Where Do Most Pedestrian Accidents Occur?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

The number of pedestrian accidents in Nashville is on the rise, and between 2019 and 2020 there was a 33 percent increase in the number of pedestrian accidents reported in the city. There are many reasons why pedestrian accidents occur, and knowing where this type of accident is likely to happen can mitigate the… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Damages In Tennessee

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No one expects the tragic accidental death of a loved one, and when this type of tragedy occurs the family of the victim can seek a claim for wrongful death against those responsible for the loss in Tennessee. Compensation for a wrongful death claim can be confusing, but the experienced wrongful death lawyers at… Read More »

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What To Do After A Truck Accident

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

A truck accident can be a scary, confusing, and painful experience. It can be difficult in the minutes, hours, and days after an accident to know what to do or who to talk to. The experienced and knowledgeable Nashville personal injury lawyers at Mitch Grissim & Associates understand how traumatic this type of accident… Read More »

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Factors That Impact A Brain Injury Case

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Our knowledge and understanding of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) has increased dramatically over the last few years, yet it can still be difficult to assess the value of a personal injury case that involves this type of closed head trauma. At Mitch Grissim & Associates, our experienced personal injury lawyers understand what factors can… Read More »

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What Is Phantom Pain Syndrome?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

One of the most catastrophic injuries that can happen during or after an accident is an amputation. The loss of a body part can be devastating physically, emotionally, and psychologically for an injury victim, and the issues do not end there. Most amputation patients also end up suffering from phantom limb syndrome, which must… Read More »

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What Is The Tennessee Governmental Tort Liability Act?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

When a person is injured in an accident caused by the negligence, recklessness, or intentional act of someone else, the injured person can file a personal injury claim for compensation. However, when the at-fault party is a government entity, such as a municipal or state agency, special rules apply. At Mitch Grissim & Associates,… Read More »

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Common Causes Of Bus Accidents

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, there are over 975,000 registered buses in the United States, and buses are one of the most common forms of public transportation in the Nashville area. Accidents are an unfortunate byproduct of having so many buses on the road, and these accidents can be more serious… Read More »

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Brain Injuries Caused By Cerebral Hypoxia

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Your brain needs oxygen in order to survive, and in fact the brain uses around one-fifth of all the oxygen that our body consumes. When an accident and injury cause a lack of oxygen to the brain, it can cause the brain cells to die, which is known as cerebral hypoxia. This condition can… Read More »

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