The Silent Abuse of Elopement and Wandering

Posted On: October 16, 2015 under
presented by: Gary Massey Last month, a news station in the state of Washington reported on a tragic case in which an 89-year-old man died in the backyard of his nursing home. Although the cause of death has not yet been released, the man had Alzheimer’s disease..
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The Dangers of Nursing Home Neglect

Posted On: October 4, 2015 under
presented by: Gary Massey Neglect is a form of abuse, pure and simple. However, it is an insidious one because it is often harder to spot than bruises or broken bones, and the people being neglected are typically part of an already vulnerable population who cannot easily..
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Employment at Will: What It Means for Wrongful Termination

Posted On: September 7, 2015 under
In Tennessee and Georgia, most employees are considered to be employed at will, per the employment-at-will doctrine. What this means is that the employee is free to vacate his or her job at any time for any reason; however, the employer is also allowed to terminate an..
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Greenville School Bus Killed 12-Year-Old Boy

Posted On: March 6, 2015 under
According to a report, a 12-year-old Greenville boy was killed when he was hit by a school bus he was approaching to board. The Greene County school bus accident happened at the intersection of Snapps Ferry Road and Holder Road at approximately 6:49 a.m. and the sister of the victim..
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Tennessee Supreme Court Overturns Appelate Court Reversal on Retaliation Case

Posted On: February 18, 2015 under
Retaliation cases generally require an employee to prove that his or her employer took an adverse employment action as a result of the employee’s participation in “protected activity,” as that term itself is defined under law. Generally speaking, an employer will not be held liable for retaliation..
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Supreme Court Rules That Employers Are Not Required To Pay Employees For Passing Through Security Screenings

Posted On: February 12, 2015 under
presented by: Gary Massey The Supreme Court recently ruled unanimously in Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk, No. 13-433 that a temp agency was not required to offer pay to those employed at Amazon warehouses for the time required of them each day to go through a security..
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Tennessee Burn Injuries Classifications

Posted On: February 7, 2015 under
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Burn injuries can cause extensive damage to the skin and other tissues. Burns may be caused by heat, electricity, radiation, sunlight, or chemicals, and a wide range of accidents can result in burn injuries. The prognosis of a burn injury depends on several factors. The cause of.. Read More »

Study Shows Student Loans May Be Next Threat to Housing Recovery in U.S.

Posted On: February 6, 2015 under
presented by: Gary Massey An article on discusses a study that reveals excessive student loan debt has a very negative effect on the U.S. housing market as young people are usually first-time home buyers. The recent housing crisis has made Americans more determined than ever to..
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