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Tag: Nashville car accident attorneys

Holiday Travel Safety Tips

Posted in Car Accident on November 21, 2017

The 2017 holiday season is here. It’s both a hectic and joyous time for families, but it can also be dangerous—especially as people hit the road to travel long distances to see friends and loved ones. Experts predict that the 2017 holiday season will be the busiest since 2005, as more than 50 million Americans… read more

Nashville Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions

Posted in Car Accident on November 19, 2017

Nashville Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions At Matt Hardin Law, our Nashville auto accident attorneys know that car crash victims have many questions after accidents. The hours, days, and weeks after crashes can be a confusing, frustrating, and painful time, especially when victims feel like they’re in the dark about their injuries, their chances of… read more

Texas Floods Bring Back Memories of 2010 for Nashvillians

Posted in Personal Injury,Tennessee Accident Law on August 30, 2017

Several cities throughout Texas, including Houston—which is the 4th most-populated city in the country—are heavily flooded after getting significant rainfall due to Hurricane Harvey over the weekend. The images that have been released that show parts of Houston completely underwater are bringing back memories of the 2010 flood that devastated Nashville for many residents. Per… read more

Advanced Vehicle Safety Technology Reducing Car Accident Risks

Posted in Car Accident,Tennessee Accident Law on August 25, 2017

Seat belts and air bags have long made drivers and passengers safer in their vehicles in the event of accidents, but in recent years, a whole host of additional high-tech safety features have been added to cars, trucks, and SUVs, further improving their safety. Per a report by the Associated Press and WKRN.com, two of… read more

Smyrna Woman Killed in Accident Involving Arrington Fire Department Vehicle

Posted in Car Accident,Tennessee Accident Law on August 14, 2017

A 27-year-old woman from Smyrna, Tennessee, was killed when her vehicle was struck by a vehicle belonging to the Arrington Fire Department last week. Per a report by WKRN.com, the crash occurred Thursday night in Nolensville, Tennessee, at around 6 p.m. at Williams Road and Nolensville Road. An investigation by the Nolensville Police Department revealed… read more

TDOT Workers Injured At Job Site in Fayette County

Posted in Car Accident,Tennessee Accident Law on July 26, 2017

TDOT Workers Injured At Job Site in Fayette County Two workers with the Tennessee Department of Transportation were struck by a vehicle while working at a job site in Fayette County on Monday morning. Per a report by WKRN.com, the accident happened on Highway 59 south of Interstate 40. A spokesperson with TDOT says that… read more

Temporary Traffic Circle Coming to 12 South

Posted in Car Accident,Tennessee Accident Law on July 16, 2017

A recent neighborhood meeting among 12 South residents called for a better way to address traffic issues in the area, and in response, Metro Public Works will install a traffic circle at the intersection of 10th Avenue South and Lawrence Avenue. Per a report by WSMV.com, the city will collect data and traffic observations while… read more

1 Dead after Multi-Vehicle Accident in Nashville

Posted in Car Accident,Tennessee Accident Law on June 26, 2017

Four vehicles were involved in a serious collision in Davidson County early Friday afternoon, causing one man to suffer fatal injuries. Per a report by WKRN.com, the crash happened just before 1 p.m. at the intersection of Charlotte Pike and Old Charlotte Pike. An investigation by officers with Metro Nashville Police found that prior to… read more

Tips for Staying Safe on Middle Tennessee’s Highways and Interstates

Posted in Car Accident,Tennessee Accident Law on June 22, 2017

Thousands of drivers use Interstates 24, 40, 440, 840, and 65 in and around Nashville every day to get to and from work and when passing through the area. In addition, there are also dozens of high-speed highways throughout the mid-state region. These roads have higher speed limits than other streets, making trips faster and… read more

Ride-Sharing Service Drivers Expect Plenty of Business this Weekend

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury,Tennessee Accident Law on June 9, 2017

Drivers with Uber and Lyft say they expect to pick up and drop off plenty of passengers in Nashville this weekend due to things like the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, Bonnaroo, and CMA Fest. WKRN.com reports that one driver quit her job to drive for Lyft in Nashville. She says that because parking downtown is… read more