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Dec 13, 2017

Avoiding a DUI This Holiday Season

By |Dec 13, 2017|DUI|0 Comments

The holiday season is here, and the end of the year is approaching fast. Many people will celebrate with their friends and loved ones between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve – and those celebrations may include drinking wine, eggnog, or other alcoholic beverages. Some of them will then get behind the wheel, thinking they can […]

Dec 6, 2017

Tennessee State Supreme Court Issues Important Ruling on Behalf of Injury Victims

By |Dec 6, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

The laws surrounding personal injury cases in Tennessee are complicated, but a recent Tennessee State Supreme Court decision struck a decisive blow on behalf of personal injury victims. The decision was rendered in the case Jean Dedmon v. Debbie Steelman, et al., and allows plaintiffs to submit the full cost of their medical bills, as […]

Nov 29, 2017

Older Americans Are Dying of Loneliness. Literally.

By |Nov 29, 2017|Nursing Home|0 Comments

In January of 1956, Elvis Presley recorded “Heartbreak Hotel” at the RCA Studio B in Nashville. A couple of weeks later, he sang it on national television for the first time. (The rest, as they say, is history.) By the time he gets to the chorus – “I’ll be so lonely, baby/ Well, I’m so […]

Oct 24, 2017

Stealing is Stealing, No Matter How It’s Done

By |Oct 24, 2017|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

The laws governing theft in our state can be confusing – especially if you’re accused of breaking one. Broadly speaking, under Tennessee state law, theft occurs when a person purposefully and knowingly takes property without the owner’s permission.

There are a wide variety of theft classifications, both at the state level and the federal level. Depending […]

Oct 17, 2017

Gatlinburg Gives Back: Help for Victims of Hurricane Harvey

By |Oct 17, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Contrary to our deepest wishes, we cannot control the destructive properties of nature. A fairly recent example of just how destructive and devastating nature can be is Hurricane Harvey. A Category Four Hurricane, the storm ravaged Southeast Texas and the surrounding areas from August 25, 2017 to August 29, 2017.

Often after our darkest hours, we […]

Oct 10, 2017

Big Changes in Tennessee’s Implied Consent Law Just Took Effect

By |Oct 10, 2017|DUI|0 Comments

Tennessee Code Annotated section 55-10-406 has seen some major changes in the last legislative session. 2017 Tennessee Laws Public Chapter 304 wholly repeals the old statutory section and replaces it with a new scheme. The new statute is convoluted, so we want to present a streamlined view of the new statute and what it means […]

Sep 13, 2017

Dealing with Property Damage after a Car Crash in Tennessee

By |Sep 13, 2017|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

One of the questions we hear the most from our clients right after they’ve been in an accident is, “What about my car?” Whether or not you sustained an injury in an accident, the frustration (and stress) of dealing with property damage and repairs can be a bit overwhelming. We can help you through the […]

Sep 6, 2017

Understanding Prosecutorial Misconduct

By |Sep 6, 2017|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

American society is rooted in law, order, and justice. Fortunately, there are procedures and rules in place in order to prevent and punish misconduct or errors made by prosecutors, judges, and others in the justice system. But what options do you have when these preventive measures and penalties do not work?

Research and studies done by […]

Aug 30, 2017

Criminal Record Expungement in Tennessee

By |Aug 30, 2017|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

Having a criminal record can be extremely damaging. Employers, landlords, creditors, and other individuals can access it; consequently, you can be denied employment, housing, credit, and more. Under certain circumstances, however, a criminal record can be erased if you can successfully petition for an order of expunction.

Expungement is the legal process in which courts seal […]

Aug 8, 2017

When a Small Lie Amounts to Securities Fraud

By |Aug 8, 2017|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

In early June, a federal jury in Hartford, CT found a former mortgage-bond trader guilty of fraud. Michael Gramins, formerly of Nomura Holdings Inc., was found guilty of conspiracy and cleared of six counts of fraud, while the jury deadlocked on his other two charges. Interestingly, his colleagues, Ross Shapiro and Tyler Peters, were also […]

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Ronnie Allen

"I was involved in a very serious motorcycle crash and was airlifted to UT Hospital for trauma care and emergency surgery.  Upon release from the hospital a few days later I was informed of my prolonged recovery time and the possibility of never being able to return to my chosen profession. Within a few days of my release the medical bills started arriving.....it was at this point I knew I need the help of a professional, Mr. Delius."

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"When I was faced with the tragic loss of my husband in 2012 and found myself needing an attorney for the first time in my life, I knew immediately that I would be calling on Attorney Bryan Delius. It was a huge source of comfort and a weight lifted off my shoulders to know that Mr. Delius and his staff would treat my case as if I were his only client and take care of me as if I were a family member."

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"When I was faced with the tragic loss of my husband in 2012 and found myself needing an attorney for the first time in my life, I knew immediately that I would be calling on Attorney Bryan Delius. It was a huge source of comfort and a weight lifted off my shoulders to know that Mr. Delius and his staff would treat my case as if I were his only client and take care of me as if I were a family member."

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"I can not begin to express how thankful Chris and I are for all of the hard work and dedication put into my husband's lawsuit. You made a difficult and stressful situation so much easier on us both. Chris and I work full time while raising 4 kids and your office understood the importance of expediting our case and getting it resolved in a timely manner...."

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Chris and Rebekah

"I can not begin to express how thankful Chris and I are for all of the hard work and dedication put into my husband's lawsuit. You made a difficult and stressful situation so much easier on us both. Chris and I work full time while raising 4 kids and your office understood the importance of expediting our case and getting it resolved in a timely manner...."

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