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 […]

Oct 13, 2016

Repeat DUI Offender Crashes through Home, Kills Sleeping 71- Year-Old

By |Oct 13, 2016|Auto Accidents, Drunk Driving Accidents|0 Comments

In early August, Michael Harris, 28, was arrested with Cody Taylor, 24, near a car wreck that left one woman dead. The men were bruised, scratched and covered in a fine white powder that was later determined to be drywall dust. Harris, who was convicted of a DUI last June, admitted to drinking but […]

Oct 11, 2016

Financial Elder Abuse Is More and More Common in Tennessee

By |Oct 11, 2016|Nursing Home Neglect|0 Comments

More and more of our population is aging into retirement. With advancing technology and more complicated government programs than ever before, the potential for abuse is growing every day. The advent of cell phones saw a brief drop in telephone scams, especially as more people became Internet savvy and able to identify untrustworthy callers. […]

Oct 6, 2016

Faulty Ferris Wheel That Caused Traumatic Brain Injury Was Not Inspected

By |Oct 6, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Tragedy struck the Greene County Fair in early August when three girls fell from a faulty Ferris wheel gondola. The car apparently flipped while the ride was in motion, spilling the girls more than thirty feet to the pavement below. Bystanders got the operator to stop the ride to prevent further injuries, but the […]

Oct 4, 2016

Contact Lenses Help Vision But Can Seriously Injure Eyes

By |Oct 4, 2016|Defective Products|0 Comments

For those without perfect vision, contact lenses can be a godsend. Two small, lightweight cups bring a blurry world into crisp focus in an instant; contact lenses are a marvel of modern science. Years of refinement led to the development of a space age material called Hydrogel that is machined into lenses of various […]

Sep 29, 2016

Think the VA Has Problems? Let’s Not Forget the Social Security Administration

By |Sep 29, 2016|Social Security Disability|0 Comments

Reports about the failures of the Veterans Affairs department have been much in the news since 2014, when a man died after waiting more than a year to be treated. The incredible backlog of veterans waiting to receive care, substandard treatment, systematic infrastructure failures and chronic understaffing are common knowledge. Each new report merely […]

Sep 28, 2016

Grab Your Shovels, ‘Cause the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm is Breaking New Ground!

By |Sep 28, 2016|News|0 Comments

There have been some pretty big doings over here at the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm. We are thrilled to announce that Rocky has just finalized the sale of our home-away-from-home here on Music Row, and that the firm will be moving to its new home in Hendersonville this spring.

We know – we can hardly […]

Sep 27, 2016

Tragedy Strikes in Nashville, Leaving a DOT Crew Member Dead

By |Sep 27, 2016|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

A Tennessee Department of Transportation road crew was en route to a job when one of the three road-maintenance vehicles punctured a tire. The crew pulled the trucks to the side of the road and turned on emergency lights before beginning to unload repair equipment. It was business as usual until a semi truck […]

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