Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020

Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Sep 14, 2020

"In the last 44 years, and especially in the last 12, the Tennessee General Assembly has enacted scores of laws limiting the rights of those who want to bring tort claims," John Day writes in his column this month. "The General Assembly has consistently chipped away at the right of an injured person to bring a tort claim, succeed on the claim or, if the claim is successful, collect a full measure of damages." Read his case for these claims in this issue of the Tennessee Bar Journal.

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