Beware the Hidden Dangers Lurking Under Fallen Leaves

Posted in Car Accident on November 30, 2021

Autumn is here, and that means leaves are rapidly changing colors throughout Middle Tennessee and ending up on lawns, sidewalks, and roads in Nashville and other cities. For many people, falling leaves are nothing more than a sign that cold weather and winter are approaching—and a reminder that their lawns need to be raked. However,… read more

Sleepiness Behind the Wheel on Thanksgiving—There’s More to It Than Just Turkey!

Posted in Car Accident on November 23, 2021

The notion that turkey causes sleepiness is well ingrained in culture now. And it’s not just a real-life meme—there’s scientific evidence backing it up. Turkey contains an amino acid called L-tryptophan, which can cause feelings of relaxation. But eating turkey by itself typically doesn’t put you to sleep. Instead, people often become sleepy and nod… read more

Do You Have Enough Insurance to Protect You After a Crash?

Posted in Car Accident on September 27, 2021

After being involved in auto accidents, many people assume that they can get settlements from the auto insurance policies of the drivers who hit them. There’s just one problem with that line of thinking: one in five drivers in Tennessee is uninsured! Yes, a whopping 20.1% of motorists in the Volunteer State hits the road… read more

Labor Day Weekend Safety Tips

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on September 3, 2021

Labor Day Weekend ranks just behind Memorial Day Weekend for the most dangerous holiday period of the year. On average, there are 308 fatal auto accidents around Labor Day compared to 312 around Memorial Day. Vehicle crashes are only part of the equation, as many people take to the water to enjoy one of the… read more

Memorial Day Weekend Safety Tips

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on May 21, 2021

It’s a holiday many families look forward to all year—Memorial Day Weekend. With COVID-19 restrictions loosening across the country, many families will take their first vacation in well over a year to celebrate this long weekend. And while these tips will bring nothing but good memories for most of those families, some get-togethers, trips, and… read more

It’s Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month: Here’s What to Know

Posted in Car Accident,Motorcycle Safety on May 19, 2021

Summer doesn’t officially start for a few more weeks, but for many people, the season begins in May. The weather is warm, school is letting out, and motorcyclists start bringing their bikes out of storage and hitting the open road. And while there’s nothing better than cruising around on a warm spring afternoon, it’s important… read more

How to Get Compensation After a Crash

Posted in Car Accident on February 12, 2021

You were recently hurt in an auto accident, and you needed medical treatment for your injuries. When you add up the ambulance ride to the hospital, an overnight stay, possible surgery, physical rehabilitation, specialist visits, and prescription medications, your medical bills may be enormous. And to make matters worse, you may be too hurt to… read more

Here’s How to Get to Your Thanksgiving Destination Safely

Posted in Car Accident on November 23, 2020

2020 has been a year that none of us will ever forget, although most of us would like to! It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is already upon us, and that means that it’s time to safely and responsibly spend time with family and friends, count our blessings, and look forward to a new year…. read more

Why You Should be Extra Cautious while Driving this Labor Day Weekend

Posted in Car Accident,Drunk Driving on September 2, 2020

Who doesn’t love a holiday weekend? They extra day off from work or school makes them great times for road trips, vacations, and spending time with friends and family. But there’s also a major downside to holiday weekends—an increased risk of accidents. Labor Day weekend is particularly dangerous for people on Tennessee’s roads. In 2018… read more

The Biggest Back to School Risk Factors for Kids

Posted in Bus Accident,Car Accident,Pedestrian Accident on August 31, 2020

Schools throughout Tennessee have been back in session for a few weeks, but many parents, teachers, and students are still working out the kinks of getting back into their daily grooves. It’s been an especially difficult transition this year, as many schools have been closed since mid-March. In addition to adjusting to early mornings, homework,… read more