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Thomas Greer

Helmet Videos Show How Unfriendly Bike Lanes Can Be in Tennessee

For anyone who doubts how unsafe riding a bicycle in traffic can be, Chattanooga resident Matt Stevens recently showed firsthand with video footage he’s captured during a beautiful springtime ride with a GoPro camera strapped to his cycling helmet. Living […]

Thomas Greer

Rise In Pedestrian Fatalities Hits Close to Home

Since ushering in the New Year, 14 pedestrians have died on the streets of Memphis—more than half were the victims of hit-and-run. That puts the river city on a path to well over three dozen pedestrian deaths for 2017, which […]

Thomas Greer

Congress Seeks to Ban Right to Sue for Corporate Wrongdoing

Responsibility and accountability—even for the powerful—are rooted into the core of our legal system. This country’s founders knew that a democracy needs a court system that empowers people to protect themselves by holding the powerful to account. That’s why the […]

Thomas Greer

5 Things the Jury is Not Told in a Tennessee Personal Injury Trial

It is often said that a jury trial is about “getting to the truth,” but several facts are routinely withheld from the jury in a Tennessee personal injury trial. The Defendant Has Insurance or Significant Assets  – In a personal […]