8 Ways to Reduce Your Risks of Driving while Distracted

Posted in Car Accident on October 15, 2018

Due to increasing media awareness efforts and law enforcement campaigns, more and more drivers are recognizing the dangers of distracted driving. However, many drivers still do things behind the wheel that can take their eyes and attention off the road and the task at hand. Any time drivers aren’t fully focused on safely maneuvering their… read more

Get the Answers to Common Post-Auto Accident Questions

Posted in Car Accident on October 10, 2018

Were you or someone you love recently injured in an auto accident? If so, you probably have many questions about what you can expect over the coming days, weeks, and months. At Matt Hardin Law, our Nashville auto accident lawyers know that this is a difficult and confusing time in your life. You’re going through… read more

8 Factors That Can Affect How Much Money You Get after a Crash

Posted in Car Accident on September 27, 2018

Most car accident victims have two priorities after their crashes: making sure they and their loved ones get better and finding out how they’ll pay for their accident-related expenses. The financial hit that an auto accident can cause is often two-fold. In addition to the upfront costs, including medical bills and vehicle repair expenses, victims… read more

The 5 Essential Steps to Take after an Auto Accident

Posted in Car Accident on September 27, 2018

At Matt Hardin Law, we’ve helped many people get compensation after they were hurt in car accidents. During our decades of practice, we’ve learned that the most successful claims often have a few things in common—including the steps that victims take immediately after their crashes. Although it can be difficult for victims to think about… read more

The Most Dangerous Types of Car Accidents and How to Avoid Them

Posted in Car Accident on September 5, 2018

Every time you get behind the wheel of your vehicle and head out onto a roadway in Nashville or Middle Tennessee, there’s a chance you’ll be involved in an auto accident. Car crashes accounted for 40,000 deaths in the U.S. in 2017 and significantly more victims were injured. Driving is unavoidable for most of us,… read more

10 Labor Day 2018 Driving Safety Tips

Posted in Car Accident on August 30, 2018

School is back in session and the unofficial end of summer is right around the corner. For many families, Labor Day weekend is an opportunity to send the season out on a high note, and that means road trips and vacations are common during this time of year. At Matt Hardin Law, our Nashville car… read more

What You Need to Know about Drugged Driving

Posted in Car Accident on August 23, 2018

Drunk driving is one of the primary causes of injury-causing and fatal auto accidents in Tennessee and throughout the U.S. That’s because alcohol consumption causes a variety of effects that can make it difficult for drivers to navigate roadways and stay in control of their vehicles. Some of those effects include blurry vision, delayed reaction… read more

Tips for Staying Safe during a Night Out in Nashville

Posted in Pedestrian Accident on August 12, 2018

Due to the popularity of tourist destinations like Broadway and its famous assortments of bars and restaurants, Nashville has become one of the most popular cities in the South for nightlife. And while the city has no shortage of things to do on weekends and evenings, it’s important to remember that safety should always be… read more

7 Overlooked Car Accident-Related Dangers

Posted in Car Accident on August 10, 2018

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says that more than 40,000 people were killed in automobile-related accidents in the U.S. in 2017. That’s a slight decrease from 2016—around one percent—but it’s still six percent higher than the total number of crash-related fatalities in 2015. Despite increased enforcement from police officers and state troopers and… read more

2018-2019 Back to School Safety Tips for Students and Parents

Posted in Car Accident on August 8, 2018

Summer is drawing to a close, and students report back to class this week in Davidson County and other school districts throughout Middle Tennessee. It can be difficult for both students and parents to get back into the schoolyear mindset, especially after the summer break. But it’s important for everyone in your family to focus… read more