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LEAVING CHILD UNATTENDED IN MOTOR VEHICLE

Leaving child unattended in motor vehicle. Tennessee Code 55-10-803.  Offense of leaving child unattended in motor vehicle. (a) It is an offense for a person responsible for a child younger than seven (7) years of age to knowingly leave that child in a motor vehicle located on public property or while on the premises of any shopping center, trailer park, or any apartment house complex, or … [Read more...]

SEXTING

Sexting:  the sending of sexually explicit digital images, videos, text messages, or emails, usually by cell phone. Okay parents it is time you had “the talk” with your children about using their cell phones for sexting.  The General Assembly for the state of Tennessee just concluded their session for the year.  But before leaving, they addressed the issue. Under the bill the Senate passed … [Read more...]

HOMEOWNERS LIABILITY INSURANCE

HOMEOWNERS LIABILITY INSURANCE Have you ever thought about the reason you really do need have home owners liability insurance?   This type of insurance is about financial protection - for you and your family. Let’s face it.  Lawsuits are common today. If you accidentally injure someone or damage their property, you could be sued. And more and more, juries are awarding very large … [Read more...]

MEDIATION-DISPUTE RESOLUTION

 Mediation is an informal process where a mediator aids in the resolution of a dispute. The mediation process identifies important issues, clarifies misunderstandings, explores solutions, in an effort that allows the parties to enter into a settlement.  The mediator is not a judge and does not make a decision or impose a solution on the parties. Rather, the mediator helps those involved in the … [Read more...]

ALABAMA GUN CONTROL

ALABAMA GUN CONTROL ALABAMA GUN CONTROL.  Like Tennessee, Alabama does not require an individual to have a permit to purchase a gun.  But to apply for a permit an applicant must be an Alabama resident and 18 years of age.  There are no training requirements. You must be an Alabama resident to obtain a permit/license, however Alabama honors all other states permit/licenses. Reciprocity for … [Read more...]

PERSONAL INJURY DEATH CASE

Personal Injury Death Case What is a personal injury death case? Whenever anyone is involved in a crash, they need to claim compensation for the damage especially when someone is killed and the family members have a claim on their behalf. For this, a wrongful death attorney or truck accident attorney is necessary to represent you and obtain your rightful compensation. When anyone is injured, … [Read more...]

ALABAMA GUN LAWS

ALABAMA GUN LAWS Like Tennessee, Alabama does not require an individual to have a permit to purchase a gun.     But to apply for a permit an applicant must be an Alabama resident and 18 years of age.  There are no training requirements.   Even though an applicant must be 18 years of age for a permit/license, in September 2015 a law was passed that allows a minor to carry a pistol … [Read more...]

TENNESSEE GUN CONTROL LAWS

TENNESSEE GUN CONTROL LAWS Tennessee gun control laws are some of the least restrictive in the United States. You do not have to have a permit to purchase a gun – but you do have to have a permit to carry a gun (whether openly or concealed). Tennessee recognizes any valid, “out of state” permit or carrying a handgun as long as the permittee is not a resident of Tennessee.  Non-residents are … [Read more...]

RESPONSIBILITY FOR DOGS AND PETS

           RESPONSIBILITY FOR DOGS AND PETS.  It is a big responsibility to own a pet.  We all love our pets.  But the reality is there are some breeds that can be more aggressive than others.  Because of instances in which they have been known to attack people and other animals, laws had to be established to protect the public. In the State of Tennessee, Tennessee Code Annotated is as … [Read more...]

INVOLVED IN A HIT AND RUN CAR COLLISION

Being involved in a Hit-and-run car collision is the act of causing (or contributing to) a traffic crash (such as colliding with a person or a fixture), and failing to stop and identify oneself afterwards. It is considered a crime in most jurisdictions.  In many jurisdictions there may be an additional obligation to exchange information about one's financial responsibility (including any … [Read more...]