Despite the fact that you were injured in an accident and your injuries were caused by the negligence of another, you may be refraining from the pursuit of a personal injury claim if you know that you are, at least partially, responsible for … [Read more...] about How Does Comparative Fault Affect Tennessee Injury Cases?
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Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the law firm of Raybin & Weissman has been helping people like you resolve their legal issues since 1976. We have a passion for the law and we work tirelessly to protect the quality of life for you and your loved ones. With more than 100 years of combined trial experience, we’ve dedicated our professional lives to the fight for justice. Our personal injury & criminal defense attorneys have received numerous awards like Lawyer of the year from Best Lawyers, a 10.0 rating on Avvo.com, Top Attorneys in Tennessee award and many more.
David Raybin, Attorney for Andrew Delke, was recently covered in a Live Press Conference by News Channel 5: … [Read more...] about David Raybin – Attorney for Andrew Delke
Case: State of Tennessee v. Quintis McCaleb Issue: Are statements made after a polygraph test admissible? Facts: Defendant took a polygraph test. Immediately after the test ended and under questioning by police, “Defendant broke down … [Read more...] about Polygraph Exam Evidence
Case: Polly Spann Kershaw v. Jeffrey L. Levy Issue: Is a former client judicially estopped from claiming her attorney gave her negligent representation after the client swore in the underlying legal proceeding that she was satisfied by the … [Read more...] about Judicial Estoppel
Michael A. Kennedy, longtime drummer for country music star George Strait, was killed August 31, 2018 when his GMC collided with a tractor-trailer truck on I-40 in Lebanon, Tennessee. The accident occurred near exit 238, approximately 30 miles … [Read more...] about George Strait’s Drummer Killed in Tractor-Trailer Truck Accident on I-40
August 2018, a driver was seriously injured after rear-ending a Maury County school bus on U.S. 31. Looking at a photo of the accident scene, it’s miracle that the driver survived the accident, as the white sedan came to rest under the rear of … [Read more...] about Driver Seriously Injured in Rear Underride School Bus Crash
In a hearing last week, a local judge ruled that accused Waffle House shooter Travis Reinking is not competent to stand trial. It’s a twist in the case that many Nashville residents found surprising. In an effort to help Nashville … [Read more...] about David Raybin Featured as Expert on News Channel 5 – Helps Nashville Understand Judge’s Decision in Waffle House Shooter Case
Case: State v. Angela Hamm and David Hamm Issue: Are probationers subject to warrantless, suspicionless searches? Facts: Angela and David Hamm were married and lived together. Angela Hamm was on probation. A confidential informant made … [Read more...] about Warrantless Searches of Probationers
Case: Carolyn Crisp v. Michael Nelms Issue: Was "paceline" cycler at least 50% at fault for accident as a matter of law? Facts: Plaintiff died while bicycling in a "paceline" group. His surviving spouse sued other cyclists, alleging they … [Read more...] about Comparative Fault
Case: TWB Architects Inc. v. The Braxton, LLC Issue: Did an architect agreement survive a subsequent purchase agreement? Facts: Architect entered into an architect agreement with Developer to build a condo. Architect later entered into a … [Read more...] about Contracts