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What to Know About Lawyers Who Cold Call Victims After Accidents

Posted in Personal Injury,Tennessee Accident Law on February 20, 2024

Personal injury lawyers play a critical role in helping individuals who have been injured in accidents seek compensation for their losses. While many personal injury lawyers are ethical and dedicated to their clients, there is a dark side to this industry that involves the unethical approach of some attorneys who aggressively call crash victims in… read more

We Help Injured Boaters Get Compensation After Accidents

Posted in Personal Injury on June 22, 2022

Boating season is in full swing in Middle Tennessee, and the rivers and lakes of the Volunteer State only get more and more crowded between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The combination of crowded waterways, inexperienced boaters, and alcohol means that boat crashes and accidents can and do occur more often than you think. In… read more

How to Keep Your Pet Safe in Your Car

Posted in Car Accident on June 21, 2022

If your dog goes crazy with excitement before a car ride, you aren’t alone. Most dogs love riding in the car, and some cats are up for trips, too. When you’re driving around town on a nice day, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll see a vehicle or two with their windows down and dogs… read more

What Are the Pros and Cons of Self-Driving Vehicles?

Posted in Uncategorized on April 1, 2022

Self-driving vehicles existed only in the realm of science fiction for decades, but they’ve become a reality in recent years. Although they aren’t widespread just yet, they exist and are used daily across the U.S. Rideshare services are already dispatching self-driving vehicles in certain markets, and consumer vehicles have self-driving features for highways and interstates…. read more

9 Apps to Make Your Commute Easier and More Productive

Posted in Car Accident on March 29, 2022

Let’s face it: no one likes commuting. Middle Tennessee and the Nashville area can be especially hectic in the mornings and evenings. Whether you’re commuting into the city from Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Franklin, Hendersonville, or any of the other surrounding areas, you’ve undoubtedly experienced many slowdowns and even standstills during your daily commutes. Thankfully, technology… read more

What to Do After a Crash with a Non-Standard Vehicle

Posted in Car Accident on March 9, 2022

No auto accident is ever “simple” or “straightforward.” All crashes are confusing, disorienting, and stressful—not to mention expensive and painful. But when crashes involve two passenger vehicles, the process of getting compensation usually involves victims filing damages claims against their own insurance or the at-fault driver’s insurance. But in many crashes, there’s an additional layer… read more

Why Springtime Is Pothole Season and What That Means for Drivers

Posted in Car Accident on March 9, 2022

Although Middle Tennessee’s winters usually aren’t particularly harsh compared to other parts of the country, springtime is still a welcome relief from short and cold days. However, the arrival of blooming plants and colorful leaves also means an increased risk on the road. More people hit the road for vacations and weekend getaways during the… read more

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

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