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Jul 12, 2016

Help Us Spread the Word to Vote for Your TOAST of Music City Favorites and Be Entered to Win a Prize!

By |Jul 12, 2016|News|0 Comments

Here at the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm, we love a little friendly competition, and this year’s TOAST of Music City Annual Readers’ Choice Awards, sponsored by The Tennessean, has our competitive juices flowing. So we’re raising a glass and raising the stakes for TOAST of Tennessean voters, all in the spirit of good fun. This [...]

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 [...]

Jun 20, 2016

New Surgical Robot Operates with Fewer Mistakes than Surgeons

By |Jun 20, 2016|Medical Negligence, News|0 Comments

The Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot (STAR) has it all; a catchy backstory, a legitimate purpose, and some impressive real-world results. The brainchild of Dr. Peter Kim, STAR has been in development for years. Recently, a team of researchers led by Kim oversaw the robot perform successful open-bowel surgery on pigs. None of the patients suffered [...]

Jun 17, 2016

New Studies Might Show How Zika Causes Birth Defects

By |Jun 17, 2016|Birth Injury, News, Safety|0 Comments

The Zika virus has triggered a global response; countries are pooling information and resources in an unprecedented show of cooperation. Efforts to combat the problem have increased in lockstep with the spread of the disease. One company proposes releasing genetically modified mosquitoes to help reduce the breeding population; others are taking the more tradition route [...]

Jun 10, 2016

VA Remains Plagued With Problems, so Vets Will Get New Exams for TBI

By |Jun 10, 2016|Brain Injuries, News|0 Comments

The Department of Veterans Affairs has suffered the effects of mismanagement for years. Stories of the difficulties our nations’ veterans have suffered while seeking care for serious medical issues are widespread and plentiful. A new investigation has uncovered evidence that administration has acted improperly yet again, and more than 25,000 veterans across the country will [...]