New Tennessee Senate Bill Requires Work Injuries To Be Reported Sooner

As of July 1st, 2016, employees will now only have fifteen days to report a work-related injury to employers.  The bill which was recently passed by the Tennessee Senate is a substitute for the original [...]

Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, PLLC Opens New Location in Tupelo, MS

Tupelo, MS – Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, PLLC (NST law), a large regional plaintiff personal injury law firm, has opened a Tupelo office located at 201 Magazine Street. The attorneys currently responsible for the work in the [...]

Woman Awarded over $1 Million in Slip and Fall Jury Verdict

According to the Quad-City Times, an Iowa jury recently awarded $1.2 million to a woman injured in a 2010 slip and fall accident at a Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Davenport, Iowa. The incident occurred [...]

Woman Receives $14 Million from Jury after Birth Control Medication Renders her Paralyzed

An Illinois jury recently awarded $14 million to a 37-year-old woman who became paralyzed on one side after using Yasmin, a birth control medication. Two weeks after starting this medication, the victim suffered a stroke, [...]

Jury Awards Multi-Million Dollar Verdict Following Misdiagnosis by Neurologist

In April 2014, a California man received a multi-million dollar jury verdict against a New York City neurologist following a misdiagnosis by the neurologist. After diagnosing the victim with myasthenia gravis, a serious condition, the [...]

Massachusetts Medical Malpractice Case Settles for $4.5 Million

According to the Boston Globe, a Massachusetts medical malpractice case recently settled for $4.5 million between the family of a deceased woman and two Massachusetts General Hospital doctors who treated the woman prior to her [...]

NST Law Files Class Action Complaint against Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Various Funeral Homes

On February 27, 2014, Nahon, Saharovich and Trotz (“NST Law”) filed a class action lawsuit against Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery (“Galilee”) and various funeral homes concerning the mishandling of bodies and corpses at Galilee Memorial [...]

NST Law Proceeds with Class Action Lawsuit against Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Homes

In early 2014, news outlets in Memphis and across the United States began extensively reporting about heinous and shocking acts that occurred at Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery near Memphis, Tennessee. Galilee employees have been accused [...]

Second Arrest Made in Connection with Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery

As reported by WMC Memphis, a Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery (“Galilee”) bookkeeper was arrested on March 29, 2014, the second arrest in connection with the Galilee scandal that has been featured on local and national [...]

Alabama Nurse Receives $15 Million in Whistleblower Settlement

According to AL.com, an Alabama nurse will receive approximately $15 million from a $150 million settlement in a whistleblower case. The nurse worked for Amedisys, Inc., a home healthcare company based out of Baton Rouge, [...]

Memphis Trucking Accident Attorneys at NST Law Discuss Recent Trucker Cell Phone Ban

According to the Memphis Commercial Appeal, commercial truck drivers are now prohibited from using handheld phones while driving under a recent Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ban. The ban, which took effect in January 2012, [...]

Tennessee Premises Liability – Injuries Caused by Dangers Lurking on Another’s Property

If you are injured when you are on someone else’s property, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries from the person who “controls” the property, typically the person who owns or has [...]

Tennessee Teens to Hear About Dangers of Drunk Driving from Past Victim

According to the Tennessean, a survivor of a near-fatal drunken driving car accident will address 440 high school students in Nashville, Tennessee, in November 2011. The accident occurred in 1994, when the speaker was 17 [...]

Man Arrested for Drunk Driving in Memphis, Tennessee

According to the Memphis Commercial Appeal, a Shelby County (TN) Sheriff’s Office patrolman was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (“DUI”) and public intoxication in Cordova, Tennessee, on February 20, 2012. Around 4:00 [...]

DUI Checkpoints Set Up Over St. Patrick’s Day Weekend in Tennessee

According to the Tennessean, the Tennessee Highway Patrol (“THP”) set up sobriety checkpoints throughout Tennessee on March 17 and 18, 2012. Fifty DUI checkpoints were set up in Tennessee cities such as Memphis, Nashville, Jackson, [...]

Tennessee High School Students Learn About Devastating Consequences of Drunk Driving

According to the Shelbyville Times-Gazette, students at Community High School in Shelbyville, Tennessee, learned about the dangers of drinking and driving in March 2012. The students participated in Prom Promise, a program designed to urge [...]

Tennessee Social Security Disability Attorneys at NST Law Help Injured Workers

Seriously injured and unable to work? You may be entitled to federal social security disability benefits. Pursuing social security disability benefits may seem like a daunting task. After all, most Memphis residents do not apply [...]

Social Security Attorneys – How Disabled Is “Disabled”?

When one suffers a disability that impairs his ability to work, he may be entitled to recover federal social security disability benefits. Each potential claimant must meet the Social Security Administration’s definition of “disabled” before [...]

NST Law Guides Injured Workers Through Social Security Process

Unfortunately, workplace injuries happen frequently. Some injuries prevent a person from working full-time while others prevent a person from working at all. Even if one is unable to work, he still must eat, pay rent, [...]

Three Injured After Semi-Truck Rear Ends Car in Tennessee

According to WKRN Nashville, three people were injured when a semi-truck rear-ended a private passenger vehicle in Franklin, Tennessee, on July 31, 2012.   The accident occurred on Interstate 65 near mile marker 67.  While [...]

Tennessee Trucking Company Removed from Road after Ignoring Trucking Regulations

According to News Channel 5 Nashville, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) has ordered a Tennessee trucking company to cease all trucking operations immediately for failing to follow federal regulations. The company is [...]

Memphis woman suffers fatal injury after being hit by a truck

According to The Commercial Appeal, a Memphis woman suffered fatal injuries on January 21st, 2014 after being run over by a man driving a tractor-trailer truck in Germantown, Tennessee. The accident occurred near the intersection [...]

Thousands of Trucking Accidents occur annually in Tennessee

According to statistics provided by Tennessee’s Government website, the overwhelming number of annual accidents involving a large truck has remained consistent over the past ten years. This data shows that over three thousand Tennessee trucking [...]

Tennessee Motorist Survives Trucking Accident

According to the Knoxville News Sentinel, on January 30th, 2014, a Tennessee man was admitted to the hospital with injuries after a tractor-trailer truck sideswiped his vehicle causing him to be stuck in the wreckage. [...]

Florida Jury Awards $15 Million in Fatal Trucking Accident Case

A Florida jury recently assessed over $15 million in damages against a large trucking company following a fatal trucking accident trial.  The accident occurred on June 2, 2011, around 11:00 p.m. As the defendant [...]

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