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Tennessee police chief may have employment law claim, fired twice

It seems unlikely that one would be fired from the same position twice, let alone for the same reason. But a small town in Tennessee is seeing just that. A local police chief, along with his attorney, are considering his employment law options after they say he was the victim of a wrongful termination.  

Car accidents more likely when drivers are negligent

Tennessee roadways are dangerous. Weather, road conditions and the actions of other drivers can make operating a motor vehicle a dangerous task. When a driver consumes alcohol or other ability-impairing drugs and then gets behind the wheel, others nearby are placed at serious risk for injury or death. Car accidents remain a significant concern across the state. A recent accident has cost one man his life and injured his young passenger.

Tragic car accident injures 2 children in Tennessee

Two children became accident victims after a head-on collision in their home state. Their father was driving at the time of the car accident in Tennessee, and he has been charged for his role in the event. Luckily for the children, they have a supportive aunt and uncle, and a community that is rallying around them as they recover from critical injuries. 

Tennesse county pays out in wrongful death of inmate

Losing a loved one to someone else's negligence can be hard for Tennessee families to overcome, especially for the younger family members. When a parent becomes the victim of a preventable death, the financial support for the children lessens and can leave the surviving parent or caretaker stressed. Filing a wrongful death suit against those responsible for the tragedy could result in monies awarded to help the victim's surviving family to move forward and cover some of the costs of living.

Sexual harassment violates Tennessee employment law

The goal of many Tennessee employees is to compete their work tasks in a safe environment and receive timely pay for the hours completed while on the job. Sometimes an obstacle can come up that can cause unrest at work and not allow an employee to feel safe. Sexual harassment has become a significant concern that has created changes in employment law.

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