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GETC with favorable outcome at trial

Bryan Essary, Chris Tardio, and Alice Essary defended a Nashville breast surgeon and surgical group in a multi-day trial recently. The Plaintiff sought $20m+ of

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GETC granted order on Motion to Compel Genetic Testing

The Eighth Circuit Court granted GETC’s Motion to Compel Genetic Testing based on evidence presented and arguments from counsel on May 31, 2024.  In a

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Jed Crumbo Promoted to GETC Member

Gideon, Essary, Tardio and Carter PLC is pleased to announce that Jed Crumbo became a member of the firm on January 1, 2024. Mr. Crumbo

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GETC Attorneys Selected to Super Lawyers List

C.J. Gideon, Jr. and Bryan Essary and Chris Tardio have been named as 2023 Mid-South Super Lawyers, and Blake Carter and Jed Crumbo have been

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GETC Wins Trial for General Surgeon

After a three-day trial in November 2023, in Madison County Circuit Court of Tennessee, in Jackson, GETC attorneys Chris Tardio and Blake Carter obtained a

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GETC is again honored to be included in the 14th edition of the United States Best Law Firms rankings

GETC was recognized as a “tier 1” law firm (the highest designation) in Health Care Law, Medical Malpractice Law-Defendants, and Personal Injury Litigation-Defendants. The 2024

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GETC Secures Favorable Outcome with Board for Dentist

Chris J. Tardio recently received a full exoneration from the Board of Dentistry after a confidential investigation. The Board investigated the matter, interviewed the licensee,

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GETC Attorneys Selected to Best Lawyers List

Gideon, Essary, Tardio & Carter PLC was selected by peers as a Tier 1 law firm for Medical Malpractice Law (Defense) and Personal Injury Law

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GETC Wins Trial for Nurse Practitioner & Physician

After a six-day trial in July 2023, in Putnam County Circuit Court of Tennessee, in Cookeville, GETC attorneys Chris Tardio and Madison Wait obtained a

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GETC Notches Success in Administrative Matters

GETC continues its active practice of health care providers in Board investigations and Board disciplinary actions (among other administrative actions). In the past several months,

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