Jun 27, 2017

Takata Files for Bankruptcy, Leaving More Devastation in Its Wake

By |Jun 27, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

If you were one of the 180 injury victims, or loved one of the 14 people who died as a result of Takata’s exploding airbags, the chances are good that you were thrilled in February when you learned that Takata would pay $1 billion in compensation and fines – because finally, finally, the manufacturer […]

Feb 16, 2017

Signals, Bells & Whistles: How Driver Error Destroyed Two FedEx Trucks

By |Feb 16, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

FedEx is known for making delivery deadlines and accident headlines. The transportation company has been much in the news lately for accidents caused mostly by distracted or drowsy drivers, the result of tight deadlines and lax safety concerns. A new pair of accidents highlights the company’s driver safety issues and raises new concerns regarding […]

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 […]

Sep 20, 2016

School Is Back: How to Keep Your Child Safe This Year

By |Sep 20, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

The big yellow buses are back on the road, signaling the start of another school year. Kids are back to classrooms that would be unfamiliar to most of us. Gone are the dusty chalkboards and squeaking media carts; in their place, smart whiteboards and online assignments. But the more things change, the more they […]

Aug 11, 2016

What You Need to Know About Getting Injured on Vacation

By |Aug 11, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

As summer draws to a close and the mercury blows the top off the thermometer, we’re entering prime vacation season. You work hard all year to go away with the family and enjoy a week or two of rest and relaxation, but an unexpected injury can quickly ruin a vacation for the unprepared traveler. […]

Aug 8, 2016

Rocky Wants a Repeat! Best of Nashville Voting is Happening, and We Need Your Help!

By |Aug 8, 2016|News, Personal Injury|0 Comments

The polls are open, folks, for the 2016 Best of Nashville, sponsored by Nashville Scene. The Rocky McElhaney Law Firm got a taste of greatness when we were voted Number One by all of you last year, and now we want to repeat last year’s victory with another win this year!

In order to vote […]

Aug 1, 2016

Keep Your Family Safe While Enjoying the Summer Holidays

By |Aug 1, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Summer is officially here, and with it, all the things that make life so fun. Barbecues and days by the pool, cocktails by the fire pit at night, the hum of mosquitoes and the shimmer of heat on the pavement; all telltale signs that our favorite time of the year is here again. We […]

Jun 23, 2016

Rocky McElhaney Is One Of The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers – Again!

By |Jun 23, 2016|News, Personal Injury|0 Comments

The National Trial Lawyers is an invitation-only professional organization; only preeminent attorneys qualify for membership. We’re excited for and proud of our boss, who puts in 100% every day for his clients. The National Trial Lawyers invitation recognizes Rocky McElhaney’s devotion to the law and his practice, and for that we are grateful.
The National […]

May 28, 2016

Fatigued FedEx Driver Causes 8 Car Pile-up

By |May 28, 2016|Auto Accidents, News, Personal Injury|0 Comments

During the morning commute on Thursday, May 5, drivers noticed a FedEx double tractor-trailer weaving in out and out of its lane on I-24 West in Nashville. According to eyewitnesses, the truck hit at least one vehicle in traffic, which set off a chain reaction that left passenger vehicles scattered across the highway.
Truck accident […]

Apr 1, 2016

Are Drug Makers Hiding Information about Xarelto?

By |Apr 1, 2016|Medical Negligence, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

As Xarelto lawsuits move forward, new information about the clinical trials of the blood thinner is coming to light. At the heart of the controversy is a blood-testing device used during clinical trials that was later recalled for faulty results. While independent reviews of the clinical trials insist that the results were unchanged by […]

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