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The Case of the Couch on the Freeway

 Wednesday, November 2, 2022

 John Hawkins

A three-vehicle rear-ender on the freeway, in which the insured was the front vehicle, had come about due to a couch having allegedly fallen off the back of a flatbed causing the insured to brake sharply and then be rear-ended.

Digital Intelligence: Uncover Facts for Unsolvable Claims

 Wednesday, October 12, 2022

 Rimkus Consulting Group

Rimkus was retained to help a client understand a minor vehicle collision allegedly involving a Tesla car. Unique Wire, a Rimkus partner, received a thumb drive from Rimkus containing videos from the Tesla. The insurance company client was told the car was parked and unoccupied at the time of the collision; they wanted to verify those details from the Tesla video.

Sweet & Savory! Top Shelf Adjuster Recipe

 Monday, September 26, 2022

 Gene Strother

I am no chef but I did stay at a Holiday Inn recently. Also, I have watched Hellís Kitchen and Iron Chef a few times. So, I know a thing or two about recipes. Only a thing. Or two. I have a much better knowledge of the ingredients that go into making a successful independent insurance adjuster.

The Great Resignation

 Wednesday, August 10, 2022

 Trey Hugley

As a bit of an optimist, I prefer to think of things that grow. Have you ever wondered why Hawaii is so beautiful and such a huge tourist attraction? It's because it was once a steaming pile of fire and ash. Whether it is mankind or the world within which we live, the only constant is everything changes.

Absence & Disability Management - Convincing Your Senior Leadership to Invest

 Thursday, July 28, 2022

 ShaunTeah Radcliffe

$6.2 million, $8.6 million, $20 million, $125 million, $150 million, $175 million, what do all these numbers have in common? Are they lottery jackpot payouts? Close but not quite. These are dollar amounts that medium to large corporations have paid out as settlements for missteps in the absence and disability space.

Vehicle Infotainment Forensics: Itís About More Than Accidents

 Friday, July 8, 2022

 Lars Daniel

With new technologies developed for vehicle infotainment systems, principally by the BERLA Corporation, digital forensic experts can access digital evidence from many of today's vehicles.

Celebrating 2022 LGBTQ Pride Month: Matthew O'Malley Reflects on Legislative History

 Monday, June 27, 2022

 Matt O'Malley

Itís June, and Tressler LLP is again recognizing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month. In 2020, I first shared my story of coming out of the closet. This year, I want to continue that reflection with the realization that adversity drives us to a better place and can propel our communities toward a more just society.

Medical Malpractice Case Involving Doctorís Early Departure from Hospital

 Thursday, June 2, 2022

 Monica Marks

In 2015, Los Angeles neurosurgeon Mark A. Liker, M.D. performed surgery on plaintiff Ronald Zannini to relieve pressure on Mr. Zanniniís cervical spine. Eleven days after the surgery, Mr. Zannini experienced paralysis of his arms and legs and was taken to the emergency room.

Fire Investigations: Yacht Fire in a Marina

 Wednesday, May 18, 2022

 T. David Harlow

A husband, wife, and kids were spending the night on his parentsí 65-foot yacht moored in the corner of the marina near the dock opening. The vessel was connected to two shore power lines that plugged into a pedestal on the dock.

Tennessee Bad Faith Law Regarding Insurance Policies

 Wednesday, April 27, 2022

 Brad A. Fraser

State and federal courts in Tennessee do not recognize a common law cause of action against an insurer for bad faith. Tenn Code Ann. ß 56-7-105, the ďbad faith statuteĒ is penal in nature, only applies to insureds under the policy and is to be strictly construed.