Avoiding Car Wrecks and Tickets – June’s Rules of the Road

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This month, we will focus on the following Rules of the Road: (1) bicycle laws and (2) seat belt laws. Bicycle Laws Tennessee has several statutes concerning the operation of bicycles on roadways and the treatment of bicycle riders by operators of motor vehicles. The focus of this article is Tennessee Code Annotated § 55-8-172…

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Avoiding Car Wrecks and Tickets – May’s Rules of the Road

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Batson Nolan Clarksville Lawyer Erik Fuqua

This month, we will focus on the following two Rules of the Road: (1) the helmet law and (2) text messaging while driving. Tennessee’s Helmet Law Tennessee Code Annotated § 55-9-302 contains Tennessee’s Helmet Law for motorcycle drivers and passengers on Tennessee roads. The introductory paragraph to section 55-9-302(a) contains the basic rule: The driver…

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Avoiding Car Wrecks and Tickets – April’s Rules of the Road

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Batson Nolan Clarksville Lawyer Erik Fuqua

Most drivers today are only concerned with the Rules of the Road in two instances: (1) when they are studying for their driver’s license or permit and (2) when they are in a car wreck. If you are like most drivers, after you received your license, you flushed all that Rules of the Road information…

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Fuqua Urges Tennessee Supreme Court to Uphold Dismissal of Medical Malpractice Case

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Batson Nolan Clarksville Lawyer Erik Fuqua

Associate attorney Erik Fuqua of the firm’s litigation group presented oral argument on two cases before the Tennessee Supreme Court during their February 5, 2014 session at Belmont Law School. The first of these cases was Thurmond v. Mid-Cumberland Infectious Disease Consultants, et al., M2012-02270-SC-R11-CV. Mr. Fuqua argued the case on behalf of the defendant…

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