Medcial Malpractice/Nursing Home Abuse- Patient Left to Die of Blood Infection

In this case we represented the daughter of a patient, Arthur Turner, that died as a result of mistreatment and abuse at a nursing home in Memphis. Mr. Turner was extremely ill but did not deserve to be neglected and forgotten by the nursing staff. He was malnourished and was not properly turned resulting in three very serious decubitus ulcers developing on his buttocks and legs. Learn more »

Legal Malpractice- Lawyer Fails to File Lawsuit

Confidential Settlement. (Madison Co. Cir., Tennessee 2009) In this case the defendant insisted that the amount of the settlement and the very fact that he had been sued not be disclosed to the public. However, we can tell you the facts of the case without identifying the parties. This was a legal malpractice case against a Jackson, Tennessee attorney. We represented a Goodyear employee from Union City, Tennessee. Learn more »

Legal Malpractice- Lawyer Misses Deadline and Trys to Cover it Up

Confidential Settlement. (Davidson Co. Cir., Tennessee 2011) In this case this law firm defendant insisted that the amount of the settlement and the very fact that the firm had been sued not be disclosed to the public. However, we can tell you the facts of the case without identifying the parties. This was a legal malpractice case against a Nashville, Tennessee attorney. We represented a single mother of two that was very seriously injured in an automobile accident. Learn more »

Law Firm Fails to Property Advise Corporate Client in Private Placement Funding

In this legal malpractice case, we represented an institutional pharmacy company against a large prominent Nashville health care law firm known as “H3GM.” H3GM incorporated New Day as a legal entity and, thereafter, basically served as its “outside general counsel.” Learn more »