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Aldred Law Firm, Attorneys, Clarksville, TN
Serious Injury Expert Experienced Trial Lawyer Family Law Attorney

Serious Injury

Birth Injury | Workman's Comp | Malpractice | Wrongful Death

Injury caused by Negligence of Another:
Society requires that compensation be paid to persons who have been seriously injured by careless acts of others, such as careless operation of a motor vehicle, or carelessness of medical care providers, including doctors and hospitals. Insurance money is the only compensation for virtually all injury cases, because usually bankruptcy will discharge any judgment or debt unless the carelessness was from driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

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Serious Bodily Injury Will Last the Rest of Your Life

Society requires compensation to a seriously injured person for bodily pain and suffering; mental and emotional pain; the loss of capacity for the enjoyment of life; for any disfigurement or scarring of the body.
Tennessee Jury Instruction 14.10

Society requires money compensation for medical expenses, both past medical expenses and future medical expenses.
Tennessee Jury Instruction 14.11

Society requires money compensation for a loss of earning capacity, both past and future based upon your health, age, occupation, and other factors.
Tennessee Jury Instruction 14.13

Society requires money compensation to restore an injured party to a whole person.
Tennessee Jury Instruction 14.16

Society requires money compensation for infliction of severe or serious emotional injury.
Tennessee Jury Instruction 14.17

Society requires money compensation for personal injury to a husband or wife, including both lost wages and the spouse’s companionship and for acts of love and affection.
Tennessee Jury Instruction 14.20

If we can assist you in your Serious Injury matter,
please contact Attorney Bill Aldred or submit an inquiry form here.

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