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June 2015 Archives

We fight to hold drunk drivers accountable

Last week on the blog we discussed some measures often implemented by local and state governments in an attempt to curtail drunk driving. Though these efforts are valiant, they fall short in keeping Tennessee's motorists safe and do nothing to help those who are struggling to recover from the serious injuries they have suffered at the hands of an intoxicated driver.

Steps taken by agencies to prevent drunk driving accidents

Nearly everyone recognizes that drunk driving is a problem across our state and our country. With thousands of people hurt and killed each year in alcohol-related accidents, many local, state, and federal agencies are working on ways to curtail these oftentimes deadly incidences. Some of these efforts have been labeled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as effective, while others are still being researched.

Some important information for motorcycle safety

Now that Memorial Day has passed and summer seems to be in full swing, many Tennesseans will find themselves taking to their motorcycles and hitting the road. Yet, before doing so, it is important to know some important information about bike riding. For example, riding a motorcycle is more dangerous than driving a car. Though motorcycle fatalities may have dropped in previous years, nationwide they are still double the number of motorcycle deaths in 1997.

How could a herniated disk affect me?

If you are a reader of this blog then you may know that the type and severity of injuries suffered in a car accident can vary greatly. Some individuals, like the man discussed last week, walk away with relatively minor injuries. Others, though, suffer debilitating harm, succumbing to permanent disability or, in the worst cases, death. One common type of injury suffered in a car accident is a herniated disk. But what is a herniated disk and how can it affect you?

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