Wiseman Bray PLLC — Law FAQ Series: Submit Your Legal Questions!

In thinking about how we might better serve our friends, clients, and prospective clients seeking reliable information on the web about Tennessee law, we decided to start a new series called Law FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).  Similarly, we will have periodic blog posts regarding current legal news or informative topics called Law Talk.

Using “Question & Answer” format, we will provide a 30-45 second shot of useful information a few times each week.  Sample topics may include personal injury, business law, construction law, commercial litigation, negligence, medical malpractice, technology, estate planning, auto accidents or car wrecks, insurance law, asset protection, civil rights, brain injury, wrongful death, hospital negligence, nursing home abuse, pharmacy error, workers’ compensation, probate, charitable planning, and trusts.  See a sample Law FAQ here.

We also want this series to be interactive, and so we invite you to submit questions or suggested topics by filling out the Contact Form here and including “Law FAQ” in the Subject/Inquiry box.  Please be assured that your privacy is paramount, so you can be confident that we will not include any names or any identifying details or information when posting about a particular question or topic.  Further, while we may not have the space to answer every specific question, we will do our best to cover in a general way any topics that are submitted.

We also welcome your thoughts and feedback in the Comments section below any of the posts on the blog.

We hope you will enjoy Law FAQ and Law Talk series.  You can easily follow the series by adding our blog address to your Google/RSS feeder, or you can follow along on Facebook by clicking here and then hitting the “Like” button.  You can also keep up with the series on Twitter by clicking here and then hitting the “Follow” button.

We hope you won’t necessarily need all of the information included in the Law FAQ series, but we hope that you will be able to pick up some interesting and valuable information along the way.

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Wiseman Bray PLLC serves the communities of Memphis, Cordova, Bartlett, Germantown, Collierville, Millington, Southaven, Shelby County, Oakland, Tennessee, Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin and surrounding areas.
3 Comments
  • sherry chapman

    August 30, 2011 at 8:29 am

    Saw this on Lang’s fb and was so excited. Having a issue that isn’t getting resolved.
    Found out on my Home/Car insurance that we are still being billed/insured on a car we sold 2 1/2 yrs ago. 575.00 a year. I called them the day we sold it to drop it from insurance, and yes it’s my fault that I did not realize it till now.
    They are telling me I need a copy of title transfer before they can drop that car. I have called Nashville DMV and there is no way I can get a copy. The young man that we sold the car to also sold the car to a junk co. and can’t get information. I did get his insurance he had on the car with the VIN. number and they are saying that’s not good enough. It shows him having the car since 6/09′. The insurance co. also said that they would reimburse me only for a year. I’m extremely disappointed.
    Would love to know Tenn. Law on this issue. Every penny counts in our household.
    Thank you,
    Sherry Chapman

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  • Kay S.Jones

    June 25, 2012 at 5:01 pm

    Hello, I hired Memphis attorney Javier Bailey to represent me in a case. As you may know, he has been disbarred by the Supreme Court of Tennessee. I have complained to the Board of Professional Responsibility and have been told that I filed the paper work beyond the 1 year required time to file. I would like to pursue the recovery of legal fees as I am on the list with the BPR as a viable complaintant. Further, do I have any chance of pursuing further money aside from the $1,000 fee that I paid to Bailey. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
    Kay S. Jones

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