Chemical Exposure in the Workplace: What Workers Need to Know

June 28th, 2017|Nashville Personal Injury Lawyer, workers' compensation|

Chemicals are quite literally everywhere in our daily world, and we are exposed to chemical substances — some dangerous and toxic — on a daily basis. The plastic used in storage bins can leach chemicals. [...]

Are Work Injury Claims Different Than Personal Injury Claims?

November 15th, 2016|personal injury, workers' compensation|

If you’ve ever had your ability to work limited due to an injury, then you know how difficult it can be to support yourself without your regular source of income. For someone who requires help [...]

Boating While Intoxicated As Dangerous As Driving

June 30th, 2015|auto accident, blog, personal injury|

As Nashville personal injury lawyers, we understand that boating while intoxicated is just as dangerous as driving on a road intoxicated. As it’s the middle of summer, many folks in Middle Tennessee are [...]

Boating Accident – 2 Simple Ways to Decrease the Chance of Injury

July 12th, 2011|blog|

Nashville lawyer Mitch Grissim has a special advantage when it comes to managing boating accident lawsuits. You read that right: boating accidents!   In 2004, Attorney Grissim successfully passed a rigorous testing and vetting process in order to earn a United States Coast Guard Captain’s license, and if anyone knows about boating regulations, it’s the Coast Guard. Boating accidents are certainly not as common as car or truck accidents, but they can be just as unforgiving — if not more so. That’s why there are as many regulations for boaters as there are for drivers. […]

Don't Sink Your Summer Fun

July 14th, 2010|blog|

Deaths from boating accidents in Tennessee are on an upward trend. Last year's 22 fatalities are the most in the past five years, more than doubling the 2005 total of 10 deaths. So far in 2010, 11 people have died as a result of a boating accident so the state could be on pace to set a grim new record. More and more people are drawn each year to the beauty and fun that await at Middle Tennessee's many lakes. Unfortunately, the capacity at Percy Priest, Old Hickory, Center Hill, Dale Hollow and other lakes can't expand to accommodate the crowds.