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What to Know Before Agreeing to a Settlement

Car Accident Settlement

Okay, so you’ve been in an accident. Your car is wrecked, and you have sustained injuries. Your insurance company is offering you a settlement, but should you take it? Before you do anything, there are some questions you should consider with your lawyers when considering the settlement: Will it cover my medical bills? Will it…

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The Dangers of Freezing Temperatures

Dangers of Freezing Temperatures

Winter is finally here. The air grows colder and colder. Frost decorates the dying grass and trees; maybe you’re evening hearing rumors of snow. Days are chilly, and nights are freezing… So, what does this mean for you? What does this mean for the greater community? Tennessee knows how cruel the cold can be, especially…

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Are Rural Roads More Dangerous Than City Roads?

Dangers of Rural Roads and City Roads Tennessee

Often, we think of driving in the city as treacherous territory, and it does come with its own risks; however, more deaths occur on rural roads. What with less traffic and fewer pedestrians, it’s hard to imagine why there’s an increased risk of crashes and accidents on these roads, but the facts don’t lie. And…

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Why Do Insurance Companies Investigate Car Accidents?

Why Do Insurance Companies Investigate Car Accidents

After you’ve been in an accident, there’s much to deal with. Insurance is one of them. You file a claim, and then the insurance company has to investigate your claim. It’s a hassle, right? It’s obvious you’ve been in an accident; you might even have sustained injuries from it; so why do they have to…

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Cloudy Headlights and Other Car Safety Concerns

Cloudy Headlights and Other Car Safety Concerns

People don’t spend a lot of time thinking about headlights (unless someone else’s is shining directly in your eyes while you’re driving) but they’re critical components for safe driving. Your headlights need to work at all hours of the day. They need to work in the early morning before the sun rises and at night…

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Who Is Liable in a Car Accident Caused by a Medical Emergency?

Medical Emergency Car Accident

Most accidents happen because one driver violates the traffic laws, drives while distracted, drives while drunk, or is too tired to drive. In these cases, the driver is primarily responsible for any injuries or deaths that are due to the crash. Some accidents, though, occur because of a sudden medical emergency. A driver may lose…

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Why Trucks Are Dangerous While They’re Turning

Turning Truck Accidents

Trucks are dangerous enough when they travel in a straight line. Controlling a truck is even more difficult during a turn. They’re big and bulky, and their blind spots are large. This is why so many commercial drivers are required to have a special license to operate trucks; they need to be safe, and other…

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What Are My Rights if I’m Hurt While Driving for Uber or Lyft?

Injured Driving for Uber Lyft

Most discussions about Uber and Lyft accidents involve injuries to the rideshare passengers, and injuries caused by a rideshare driver. The reality, though, is that many Uber and Lyft drivers are injured on a regular basis, too, and some may die as a result of those injuries. The rights of rideshare drivers vary depending on…

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What Are the Leading Causes of Wrongful Death for Teenagers?

Teenage Injuries and Death Causes

Discussing fatality rates in children and adolescents isn’t an easy conversation, but the more you know about the risks, the more able you are to prepare and protect your family from dangerous situations. Teenagers are in a risk category all by themselves; they’re beginning to experience the world as independent people without the benefit of…

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