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April 2014 Archives

Head-on motorcycle crash injures five in Tennessee

A recent motorcycle crash left five people injured, four of them critically hurt. Authorities say a car crossed the center line and slammed into head-on into an oncoming motorcycle. The car then sideswiped another motorcycle. The crash remains under investigation, but criminal charges may be brought against the car's driver.

Boy killed on Tennessee Interstate after hit-and-run car accident

Almost all Tennesseans have experienced a flat tire at one time or another. Though they are often easy to change, the location where one sustains a flat tire can make the procedure more difficult and dangerous. However, so long as other motorists abide by their reasonable duty of care, those changing tires and dealing with other car issues along the roadside should remain safe.

Car wreck leaves Knoxville police officer with injuries

Many of Knoxville's residents drive as part of their employment. Whether one is a delivery driver, an emergency services employee, or a transportation services employee, driving from place-to-place may be integral part of their everyday activities. Yet, these employees are not immune to other negligent motorists who may be present on the road. Though an employee who is injured in a car accident while on the job may be entitled to workers' compensation, the money received from this insurance may not be enough. If this is the case, then an injured worker may want to consider filing a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent driver who harmed him or her.

Truck accident leaves 1 dead and 2 injured in Tennessee

Another fatal accident has occurred on one of Tennessee's roadways. In this instance, a car was hit by a truck when it tried to entire a highway by turning across traffic from a side street. A juvenile who was a passenger in the car was killed while the car's driver and the truck's driver were rushed to the hospital to be treated for their injuries. Though the investigation continues, many say the particular stretch of road in question is known for speeding drivers. While the speed limit where the car accident occurred is 50 miles-per-hour, drivers are known to go as fast as 70 miles per hour.

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