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When Should You Report A Dog Bite?

When Should You Report A Dog Bite?

  • July 20th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

With approximately 44 percent of all Tennessee households owning dogs, it’s safe to say we’re a state that loves its furry friends. In fact, according to dogtime.com, this makes Tennessee eighth in the nation for the highest percent of pet owners. But when a dog attacks, the consequences can be…

Tennessee Car Seat and Booster Seat Laws

Tennessee Car Seat and Booster Seat Laws

  • April 25th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

For any parent, there’s nothing more horrifying than being involved in a car accident with your child in the vehicle. From the time a child is an infant to a teenager, a parent’s first thought and concern is always the child’s safety. However, seatbelts and airbags don’t always provide adequate…

How to Get the Police Report after a Car Accident in Tennessee

How to Get the Police Report after a Car Accident in Tennessee

  • April 11th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

In the moments right after a car accident, it may be hard to focus on which documents to ask for. Unfortunately, failing to obtain and carefully track all of the documentation after a crash could be a serious mistake. Accurate documentation, such as police reports, is vital for defending your…

Using Tennessee 511 to Prevent an Accident

Using Tennessee 511 to Prevent an Accident

  • March 28th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

The state of Tennessee offers a program called Tennessee 511 that notifies drivers of potential hazards, delays, and road conditions via mobile phone or website. Drivers can see hazards and conditions listed on the site, along with a view from a live camera, speed data, and messages on the overhead…

Is Tennessee a No-Fault State?

Is Tennessee a No-Fault State?

  • March 26th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

If you or someone you love has been seriously hurt in a car accident, you may be considering filing a personal injury lawsuit if the crash was caused by the negligent actions of another party.  You may have heard term “no-fault state,” and you may be wondering what that means…

Uber and Lyft Accidents: Who Is Responsible?

Uber and Lyft Accidents: Who Is Responsible?

  • March 12th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

If you are injured in a collision with a driver who is working for Uber or Lyft, or if you are hurt while riding as a passenger with one of the popular ridesharing services, you may be unsure of who is ultimately responsible for your injuries. Car accident cases involving…

When Can You File a Dram Shop Claim in Tennessee?

When Can You File a Dram Shop Claim in Tennessee?

  • February 26th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

Anyone who chooses to consume alcohol and drive becomes a danger to everyone on the road. If you are hurt in a collision with a drunk driver, that driver deserves a large share of the blame for choosing to drive under the influence. In some cases, however, the person who…

The Most Dangerous Intersections in Memphis

The Most Dangerous Intersections in Memphis

  • January 3rd, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

The holiday season can often mean a lot more drivers on the road travelling to spend time with family and friends. Because of the number of people on the road, causing traffic congestion, intersections that are dangerous year-round can require extra caution as you navigate the roads this holiday season….

Congratulations 2017 Scholarship winners!

Congratulations 2017 Scholarship winners!

  • January 2nd, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

The Law Office of David E. Gordon hosted their annual scholarship contest this year. We asked applicants to answer the following prompt in an essay or video: COLIN KAEPERNICK DREW MUCH ATTENTION WHEN HE REFUSED TO STAND FOR THE NATIONAL ANTHEM BEFORE AN NFL GAME. WAS HE WRONG NOT TO…

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