Dec 1, 2016

Fiat Chrysler Issues Recall for Airbags That, Strangely, Don’t Explode

By |Dec 1, 2016|Defective Products|0 Comments

So far this year, we’ve seen millions of products recalled because they might explode and cause injuries or set you or your belongings on fire. The items run the gamut from cell phones to washing machines to children’s toys to airbags, and it seems like new products that have the potential to injure, incapacitate, […]

Nov 29, 2016

Because We Care, We’re Collecting Food for Gallatin C.A.R.E.S. through December 5th!

By |Nov 29, 2016|News|0 Comments

We count our blessings every day. We have jobs we love, families we adore, roofs over our head and food un our cupboards. But we know not everyone is this secure, and the pangs can be felt even more deeply during the holidays.

That is why the rocky McElhaney Law Firm is so very proud […]

Nov 10, 2016

Samsung’s Two-For-One Apology Doesn’t Help Victims of Exploding Washing Machines

By |Nov 10, 2016|Defective Products|0 Comments

On Monday, November 7, tech giant Samsung ran full-page ads in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post apologizing for its botched handling of the Galaxy Note 7 recall, which left dangerous smartphones in consumer’s hands for almost a month before an official action was taken. The official apology, […]

Nov 8, 2016

New Study on Concussions Looks for Answers

By |Nov 8, 2016|Brain Injuries, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A new study published in Frontiers in Neurology found that a type of MRI imaging might be an effective way to diagnose whether someone who has suffered a concussion will develop a condition known as post-concussion syndrome.

The study examined patients who had been diagnosed with a concussion and provides valuable information for those people, […]

Nov 3, 2016

Drug Impairment Overtakes Alcohol as Leading Cause of Fatal Accidents on Tennessee’s Roads

By |Nov 3, 2016|Auto Accidents, Drunk Driving Accidents|0 Comments

The first result of a Google search for “Tennessee DUI” links to the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security. The page lists the penalties that drivers can expect if they are convicted of driving under the influence. Different penalties are listed depending on the results of a blood alcohol test. Nowhere does the […]

Nov 1, 2016

Cremini! Tractor-Trailer Driver Overturns Truck, Spills Spores, and Snarls Traffic

By |Nov 1, 2016|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

The most recent of a bizarre spate of accidents on I-24 in Nashville saw tons of supplies for mushroom growers spilled across the highway interchange with the Silliman Evans Bridge and on to Hermitage Avenue below. The accident happened around 4:00am on October 1st; the driver suffered non-fatal injuries and no other vehicles were […]

Oct 28, 2016

NTSB Report Says Tractor-Trailer Driver Who Caused Last Year’s Fatal I-75 Pileup Was Fatigued, Impaired AND Distracted

By |Oct 28, 2016|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

Last year, we wrote about the June 2015 pileup on I-75 near Ooltewah. Details were scarce at the time, but we knew that a commercial truck and at least 7 other vehicles were involved in a chain reaction crash that left 6 dead and four injured. ABC News reported that the pileup was the […]

Oct 25, 2016

We Keep Our Promises. Why? Because Best Matters. Again.

By |Oct 25, 2016|News|0 Comments

We made a promise to you in January – that we would always strive to do our best because you voted us as “The Best.” So we buckled down and worked harder than we ever have, because it mattered to us that you voted Rocky the “Best Attorney in Nashville” in the Nashville Scene […]

Oct 19, 2016

Thank You, Nashville, for Naming Rocky McElhaney as the Best of Nashville in 2016!

By |Oct 19, 2016|News|0 Comments

All of us at the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm are so excited to announce that, for the second year in a row, our founder Rocky McElhaney has been named to the top spot in the “Best of Nashville Reader’s Poll” by Nashville Scene! Rocky’s made the list for the last three years, but the […]

Oct 18, 2016

Zika Is More Dangerous than Anyone Suspected

By |Oct 18, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Two new studies from Brazil have discovered that the Zika virus poses a higher risk to adults than previously believed. It has been known for some time that the disease causes the birth defect microcephaly, which slows the development of the brain and skull in a fetus. However, the mechanism that caused this birth […]

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