For middle-aged men out there working a full-time job, paying for a child’s college education, saving for retirement and still making it to the golf course for a few rounds on the weekend, life can be pretty tiring. Add that to changes in … [Read more...] about Use Low T Drugs? You May Have Grounds for a Lawsuit
There are many factors that go into the evaluation of a personal injury claim. As I have discussed previously, establishing the dollar value of your personal injury case is very complicated and should involve the assistance of an experienced … [Read more...] about Should You Go to Trial if You Get a Bad Settlement Offer?
When people find out that I am a plaintiff’s personal injury attorney, the first question they usually ask me is the same - what is my case worth? Given how common the question is, I thought it would be a good idea to take a little time and … [Read more...] about What is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
Over the past couple of weeks I have been participating in a variety of activities, such as horseback riding and flight lessons, and have noticed they all have on thing in common: waivers of liability. A waiver of liability is a form used … [Read more...] about Liability Waivers vs. Actual Liability
Being rear ended during the early morning rush hour or straining your back while on the work site, accidents happen. Knowledge is one of the most important tools you can have when misfortune strikes. Most people would agree that the most … [Read more...] about Tips For Handling An Insurance Claim
David and Ben Raybin authored an article that was recently published in the Tennessee Bar Journal on this topic. Such article highlights the many concerns that attorneys should have about their client having a facebook, my space, twitter, etc. … [Read more...] about What Those Involved in Civil and Criminal Cases Need to Know about Facebook and other Social Media Sites
Lead counsel, David Raybin was interviewed by Nashville media in response to statements made by a Tennessee Department of Corrections' spokesperson who said "there were no violations of policy" regarding the inmate's cell extraction. Prison … [Read more...] about Hollins, Raybin and Weissman file Civil Rights Complaint Against Warden and Guards for death of inmate during cell extraction.
Nashville CBS Affiliate Channel 5 recently reported on the ongoing investigation into the death of Charles Toll, a prison inmate at Nashville Tennessee's Riverbend Maximum Security Institution. Prison officials had previously reported that the … [Read more...] about David Raybin Representing Prison Inmate Believed to Have Been Killed by Prison Guards
LEGAL FACTS ABOUT THE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE FLOOD OF 2010 Now that the flood waters are receding, we as Tennesseans have to start dealing with the aftermath of the greatest natural disaster to ever hit Middle Tennessee. As we assess the … [Read more...] about Did your Insurance agents do all they could to get you flood insurance before the Nashville flood?
A Nashville resident, Anthony McCoy, recovered $95,000 from Metro in a highly publicized lawsuit covered by the Tennessean. Mr. McCoy suffered significant dental damage when a Metro Sheriff's Deputy forceably ripped his cemented dental grill … [Read more...] about Injured Nashville Man recovers $95,000 in personal injury claim