What Are the Remedies for a Breach of Contract Claim?

Contracts are legal agreements between two or more people or businesses. Each side agrees to do or refrain from doing an act. Thus, for example, one person agrees to pay money in return for being able to buy a car or food. Every business, from global corporations to sole proprietorships, relies upon contracts with customers,…

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$180,000 Settlement for Car Accident

Perry Craft is pleased to announce that he settled a personal injury case resulting case resulting from a wreck for $180,000. As a result of the wreck, the injured individual had soft tissue injuries and migraines. When you are in a wreck, the person who struck your vehicle has insurance. Though you must sue the…

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What Is Compensatory Education and Is My Child Entitled to It?

When classrooms moved to virtual and online learning in 2020 as a result of the pandemic, students of all ages and learning abilities faced adjustments and challenges. However, over a year later, many parents of special education students realized their children suffered bigger losses than previously thought. Students with learning disabilities and other special needs…

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What Is a Trade Secret?

Many businesses and corporations have trade secrets. McDonald’s secret sauce, KFC’s 11 herbs and spices, Google’s search algorithms, your company’s customer list, and other corporate keys to success are kept under wraps as part of a company’s business assets – all protected under law. Although one might think a patent holds this type of proprietary…

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How to Value a Small Business in Tennessee

There is no perfect formula for valuing a business. A retail chain is valued differently from a law firm, which is valued differently from a start-up. Businesses that can be divided and sold have different values than ones which cannot. As a general rule, the value of a business comes down to this – what…

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$2,000,000 Settlement for Truck Accident Victim

A family man was seriously injured by a wreck with a big truck. Perry Craft, working with a team, is pleased to announce a settlement of two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lawyers for the insurance company mightily resisted, but we fought hard and never quit. We will continue to fight for and represent those who are injured…

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Marijuana vs. CBD Charges in Tennessee

Many states have approved the use of recreational and/or medical marijuana. While there are advocates for approving these marijuana uses in Tennessee, the State currently does not permit anyone to possess, manufacture, distribute, or sell marijuana for any reason. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is derived from the hemp plant; unlike marijuana, it does not cause a…

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Did Remote Learning Violate Students’ IEPs?

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an extreme toll on everyone. Some who have suffered the most are our children. Most students were forced to study remotely to avoid contact with anyone who might have the disease and to prevent the spread of the disease. Remote learning is not the same as in-person learning, and if…

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What Happens at the Arraignment and the Preliminary Hearing?

Criminal cases generally require that the defendant be arraigned after he/she is arrested. Defendants usually have the right to a preliminary hearing after they are arraigned. It is critical that defendants have legal counsel at both the arraignment and the preliminary hearing. Experienced defense lawyers can explain what happens at each court proceeding and explain…

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