Tag: Nashville auto accident lawyers

How to Stay Safe in Parking Lots

Posted in Car Accident,Pedestrian Accident on January 16, 2020

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season may be over, but the dangers associated with shopping are still present. In addition to the risks of driving to and from shopping malls, outlets, and other retail stores, it’s also important to be aware of the risks that exist in parking lots. According to the National… read more

The Holidays Are Drunk Driving Season

Posted in Car Accident,Drunk Driving on December 16, 2019

The holidays are upon us, and that means cold weather, gift shopping, Christmas parties, and unfortunately, drunk drivers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that drunk driving is more prevalent during the holidays than at any other time of year. In fact, there were 285 drunk driving-related fatalities in 2018 alone around Christmas and… read more

What Can You Get Compensation for After an Auto Accident?

Posted in Car Accident on May 2, 2019

If you were recently hurt in a car crash, you know the physical and emotional toll that it can have on you and your loved ones. Your family may be dealing with serious injuries, and you may still be in shock due to what happened. Moving forward with your life while you try to recover… read more

Tennessee Drivers Are the Most Distracted in the Nation

Posted in Car Accident,Distracted Driving on April 20, 2019

Distracted driving is rapidly becoming an auto accident-causing epidemic throughout the U.S., and no state is being hit harder by this growing problem than Tennessee. A recent study found that Tennessee ranks first out of all 50 states for distracted driving deaths from 2015 to 2017. The Volunteer State’s rate for fatal distracted driving-related auto… read more

Tips for Staying Calm and Relaxed Behind the Wheel

Posted in Car Accident on March 20, 2019

There are many important things drivers should focus on when they get behind the wheel to protect themselves, their loved ones, and other drivers. Safe driving habits like obeying the speed limit, not driving while impaired, and reducing distractions are all essential for avoiding accidents. However, there’s one key trait that’s often overlooked when it… read more

6 Ways We’ll Protect You from the Insurance Company

Posted in Car Accident on March 12, 2019

Auto insurance rates continue to climb, and major insurers continue to post huge profits year after year. Insurance companies are able to rake in big money annually because they find ways to reduce or deny payments to innocent victims. And because many accident victims pursue compensation on their own, they’re left with no recourse other… read more

What Should You Do When You Want Compensation After a Crash?

Posted in Car Accident on February 28, 2019

Were you recently hurt in an auto accident? If so, getting compensation is likely one of your biggest priorities. That’s because car crashes can be extremely expensive for victims and their families. You may be suffering from painful injuries that require extensive and long-term medical treatment, and you also may be disabled and unable to… read more

Got Thanksgiving Travel Plans? Stay Safe with These Tips.

Posted in Car Accident on November 20, 2018

The 2018 holiday travel season is upon us, and millions of Americans will hit the nation’s highways and interstates in the coming days on their way to visit friends and family. Experts predict that around 54.3 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more over the holiday—nearly a five-percent increase compared to 2017. Of those… 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

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