Accidents During the Colder Months in Tennessee
Accidents During the Colder Months in Tennessee Stay safe when driving this winter—call our lawyer if you are in a crash. When the weather cools in Tennessee, the risk of accidents tends to increase. While accidents can seem inevitable—especially in poor weather conditions—the reality is that nearly all car crashes are preventable. At the office […]READ MORE
If My Uber Ride is in an Accident, Who Pays for my Injuries?
If My Uber Ride is in an Accident, Who Pays for my Injuries? Everywhere you go in Nashville, you can notice cars with Uber or other rideshare stickers. Uber drivers provide a convenient way to get around, but the situation becomes decidedly less convenient if your Uber ride is involved in a car accident. What […]READ MORE
Can You Sue a Drunk Driver for Punitive Damages?
Can You Sue a Drunk Driver for Punitive Damages? Too often, serious injuries and even death are caused by an accident involving a drunk driver. If you or a loved one are suffering from an injury, you may be entitled to damages stemming from a drunk driving crash. And because impaired driving is willfully reckless, […]READ MORE
How Will Self-Driving Cars Affect Personal Injury Law?
How Will Self-Driving Cars Affect Personal Injury Law? New and old car manufacturers alike, including Tesla, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz, are continually introducing self-driving and partially self-driving auto technology onto the market. It is fairly certain that one day, driver-operated vehicles will be a thing of the past. Although self-driving and partially self-driving auto technology will […]READ MORE
Drive Safe and Earn Rewards
Drive Safe and Earn Rewards Pursuant to recent comments by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, texting while operating a motor vehicle is the most significant distraction that a driver can engage in. Moreover, texting while driving significantly increases the chances that a driver will cause an accident that leads to the death or severe […]READ MORE
Take Photos After an Accident
Take Photos After an Accident These days, we all have cameras in our pockets and purses. After an unexpected accident – such as a traffic crash – you should not hesitate to use your smartphone to help protect your rights and interests. If someone else was to blame for the accident, you will need evidence […]READ MORE
What Should You Do if You are the Victim of a Hit & Run in Nashville?
What Should You Do if You are the Victim of a Hit & Run in Nashville? Have you ever been in a traffic accident where someone hit you and left the scene? Then you have been involved in a hit and run. In Nashville, there is a hit and run unit that specifically investigates leaving-the-scene […]READ MORE
How Vehicle Ejections Happen in an Accident
How Vehicle Ejections Happen in an Accident All types of auto accidents can be dangerous, and motorists can sustain serious injuries even with airbags, seat belts, and other safety features. When someone is ejected from a vehicle in a crash, they lose these safety protections and often suffer particularly severe – if not fatal – […]READ MORE
The Importance of Police Reports in an Accident
The Importance of Police Reports in an Accident Tennessee law requires you to report a car accident to the state if the crash resulted in injuries, death, or property damage over $1,500. While you have 20 days to report the accident, it is always wise to call 911 from the scene of the crash to […]READ MORE
Nashville SUV Accident Attorneys
Nashville SUV Accident Attorneys Handling Claims Arising from Serious SUV Crashes in Nashville Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) are highly popular vehicles for consumers in Nashville and across the United States. SUVs are spacious and come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and many families find them to be a great alternative to the traditional […]READ MORE