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If I File a Personal Injury Suit Against Someone, Will They Gain Access to my Psychological History?

If I File a Personal Injury Suit Against Someone, Will They Gain Access to my Psychological History? The short answer in most cases — no. Oftentimes, individuals with legitimate personal injury claims avoid seeking the compensation they are entitled to for the fear of having personal records exposed in court. When you file a lawsuit more »

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Does the Statute of Limitations Apply to Bringing in an Uninsured Motorist Carrier?

Statute of Limitations on Car Accidents in Tennessee In Tennessee, you only have one year after a car accident to bring a personal injury action. This means that if you wait one year plus a day to file a lawsuit to try to seek damages to help compensate you for your injuries from the car more »

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