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January 2016 Archives

How police reports can help when determining liability

After a car accident, victims may immediately be concerned about their passengers' well-being, as well as their own. They might even be upset about the damage done to their vehicle. However, in the days following a crash, when medical care is needed, work is missed and bills pile up during a time when income is decreased, a victim may worry about how to make ends meet. One potential way to do so is to file a successful personal injury claim that results in the recovery of compensation.

Hit-and-run leaves pedestrian injured

A previous post here discussed how Tennessee residents can try to avoid pedestrian accidents. Unfortunately, as one recent wreck shows, these instances continue to occur. When they do, victims can be left with a changed life. They may be forced to deal with physical pain, significant medical expenses and lost wages. The good news is that if these individuals were harmed by the negligence of another person, they might be able to recover much needed compensation for their losses.

What can be done to avoid pedestrian accidents?

Winter is here and the weather has turned cold, but many Tennesseans still find themselves walking outside. Whether they do so for their health, as their primary mode of transportation or to play with their children, these individuals are often placed in harm's way. Negligent drivers can, in a matter of moments, cause a pedestrian accident that can leave the victim seriously injured and facing long-term financial and health consequences.

Standing up to drunk truck drives and their employers

Alcohol is prevalent in our society. Although many people are able to drink responsibly and avoid causing any damage to property or harm to others, some struggle with this simple duty. When intoxicated truckers climb behind the wheel of a big rig, the results can be disastrous. The sheer size of such a truck can cause significant damage, but it can also leave victims with serious injuries. In some instances, these individuals are killed.

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